Digital life is a deeply personal and highly complex experience for young people. But when it comes to making digital spaces more welcoming or community-oriented, youth state that they remain largely on their own. They feel unable to act, lack the proper resources to do so, or—at worst—are left out of the conversation entirely.
As part of our new Tech and Society program, the Susan Crown Exchange is launching a Challenge: “Youth Voice in the Digital Age.” We are seeking to support programs, initiatives or campaigns that respond to the following question: How can young people inspire their peers to use technology in healthy ways and make digital spaces better for everyone?
Do you think that you or your organization might have a response to this Challenge? Click here to learn more about this funding opportunity!