CO:RE – Children Online: Research and Evidence Project Logs are updates from the work package 1 (Coordination) and document progresses and milestones within the CO:RE project.
For this year’s Safer Internet Day, Uwe Hasebrink, CO:RE project coordinator, invited the work package coordinators Sonia Livingstone, Brian O’Neill and Veronica Donoso to discuss and emphasise the ways in which CO:RE plays its part in creating a better internet.
The CO:RE project aims at developing a European knowledge platform on digital technologies in the lives of children and young people. To become a partner, contributor or supporter, read on …
The dialogue between science and society has never been more critical. Advisory Boards and Ethics Advisors are important bodies safeguarding science-society relations and thus the quality of a project. Read on to see who’s on board for CO:RE.
With the start of the year, the CO:RE project has picked up speed. Read more about our first steps and aims for year 1 here.
On 16 January 2020, the CO:RE project members met at the European Leibniz Office in Brussels for the first time, kicking off a three-year project to create a comprehensive knowledge platform on children and youth online.