This morning, "The Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group is hosting the discussion in parliament on the dangers posed to young people. The meeting has been designed to find solutions for safeguarding children and young people and to challenge the Government and the industry to treat this as a public health crisis." Yesterday I did a brief pre-record on the discussion (with little time for preparation, so this is coming from head and heart!).…
I was interviewed by Oladokun Damilola, an MMU student who was pulling together material for her Masters dissertation in multimedia journalism. Great to share online space with @digitalnun again. My segment starts: You can listen, and read more insights on Oladokun's website.
So, I'll be presenting the following, via the medium of the internet, this morning, to a conference in Australia (in the hope of being there in person next year): Children - and a Digital Age, for Reimagine Faith Formation from Bex Lewis
This morning I was chatting with John Pantry on Inspirational Breakfast on Premier Radio, talking about the Premier Digital Awards, held each year in November, for which I am a judge this year. Entries to the conference close this Sunday, but then we've got the conference to look forward to too!
So, the world's first website went live 25 years ago, and I was asked to have a chat about how the internet has changed our lives over the past 25 years ... I cast out on Facebook (as always), read a few new things - e.g. are we wasting time on the internet, and then enjoyed my chat with Hannah on Premier Radio. Extracts were also featured on the news segments of Big Breakfast and The Worship Hour.