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June 16, 2019

‘Stay Safe Online’ Workshop

School of Law Karnavati University , supported by UNICEF organized Pre-Seminar
workshop 'Stay Safe Online' for children between age group of 10-17. This
workshop was part of the upcoming national seminar on Online Child Protection
scheduled on June22-23. organized by UWSL, Karnavati university with supported
by UNICEF and other Govt agencies like Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Gujarat State
Legal Services Commission, Cyber Crime Cell and Gujarat Child Protection

In the workshop which was
moderated by Ms. Preeti Das, Assistant Director, USLM participants were
encouraged to share their views on risky online behaviours and also on
positive and negative aspects of social media, online gaming, online shopping,
whatsapp related security issues. Ms. Preeti organized fun activities to
introduce the theme to all participants. Prof (Dr.) Debarati Halder,
UWSL also held session on online child protection wherein she shared
information about types of cyber-crimes targeted to children,  cyber
bullying, how children may be groomed to be victims of child pornography,  sextortion
and revenge porn,  why
online gaming may be dangerous for children,  how to be safe from internet
paedophiles etc., she also apprised the students about how to report online
crimes against children,  how to approach the police,  1098
etc the participants  children were also introduced briefly to the
laws which prescribes specific types of cyber-crimes. The event ended with
group picture and distribution of goodies by UNICEF.