The first edition of the Forum will take place on June 16th, 17th, and 18th at the CCCB in Barcelona with the participation of ten internationally recognised panellists.
Talks are organised into five main topics: Law, Education, Humanities, Society, and Relations
What impact are the internet and social networks having on society today? Are users aware of the public exposure that the social networks represent? Has our perception of privacy changed? Enter Forum is an attempt to establish a constructive, rational, multidisciplinary discussion on the use of new technologies and, simultaneously, to serve as a space for debate and reflection. The first edition of the Forum will take place on June 16th, 17th, and 18th at the CCCB in Barcelona and will benefit from the participation of ten internationally recognised experts who will share their views via a series of conferences.
Enter Forum talks will be organised into five thematic blocks: Law, Education, Humanities, Society, and Relations. Two experts will partake in each block and their presentations will be followed by round table discussions open to attendees. The goal of the Forum is to bring together people and organisations who share similar concerns about the Internet and to offer them a space for dialogue and a meeting place complete with conferences, documentary films, and workshops.
Thanks to events such as the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona has established itself as one of the world’s technology capitals. In other words, the city is in the perfect position to provide the facilities and complementary services required for a multidisciplinary reflection on the Internet and social networks.
Enter Forum is clearly designed to be informative, the objective being to initiate a debate on the opportunities and risks involved with the new technologies from both a social and educational viewpoint and to provide multi-perspective solutions to many of the questions posed by the new ways of living and interacting that have evolved in the 21st century.
More information: www.enterforum.org
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