Organisers: Docudays UA
The findings of social surveys are scary for parents: teenagers spend more time on social media than sleeping. You feel like saying, “When I was a kid…”, and asking your child to delete their account. On the other hand, social media offer dozens of opportunities, and terabytes of data fly past us there. So maybe the question is not whether our children need social media, but what do they use them for? In this discussion, you will hear four stories about how social media can become an environment for development and a tool for teenagers to search for opportunities.
Dzvenyslava Novakivska, expert in communication of change and visual storytelling, a guest lecturer for the MA programme in non-profit management at the Ukrainian Catholic University’s Institute of Leadership and Management;
Olha Balashova, deputy director of development at the National Arts Museum of Ukraine;
Anna Mazur, founder and manager of Happy Monday, speaker at TEDxLviv 2018;
Kateryna Mikhalko, co-founder of the Nuka startup;
Moderator: Olena Shulha, co-founder of the Reading Around the Subject project, coordinator of the DOC/SADOC program.