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The DigiGen project is developing significant knowledge about how children and young people, a group growing up today often referred to as the Digital Generation, use and are affected by the technological transformations in their everyday lives.  

The research is uncovering both harmful and beneficial effects of technology in the everyday lives of children and young people. This includes a focus on educational institutions, the home, leisure time and children and young people’s civic participation.

 The project is developing effective social, educational, health and online safety policies and practices in collaboration with national and international stakeholders.

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the research

More information on the aims and objectives of the DigiGen research project as well as the four focus research areas.

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digital generation blog

A platform for opinion pieces from the various DigiGen partners. The topics range from family life and leisure time to educational institutions and civic participation.

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library

A collection of resources produced by the DigiGen team, including working papers, policy recommendations, toolkits, and events.

DigiGen’s consortium members

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