- New policy brief “Recognising digital technologies as a key part of ‘doing family’ in the digital era”
- DigiGen’s scientific and public engagement- examples of the team’s activities during the past six months
- Sharing and developing knowledge between EU projects on the impact of technological transformation on children and young people
- DigiGen roundtables in Leicester Consortium Meeting
- New working paper “Combining innovative methodological tools to approach digital transformations in leisure among children and young people”
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870548.