In light of the 50th Independence Anniversary of Mauritius, Halley Movement is hosting a Free Legal Advocacy Day on Child Protection.
Participants will have the opportunity to meet directly with a team of lawyers and ask questions.
Date: Saturday 10th March 2018
Time: 09:00 t0 13:00
Venue: Halley Movement HQ
CALL TO BOOK YOUR TICKET TEL: 677 0451; 214 2451
Session 1: How Safe Are Our Children?
(a) Soft Skills For Safer Use Of Media
(b) Teaching Parents About Safety In The Community Through Internet
(c) The Services Of The CDU In The Context Of Online Violence
Session 2: Enhancing Digital Trust
(a) The Juxtaposition Of Parents & Government In Management Of Children’s Internet Usage
(b) Social Media & Its Impact On Our Youth
(c) The Impact Of Internet Governance On The Development Of Mauritian Enterprises
Session 3: Improving Experiences of Children on Internet
(a) Tourism And Travel Child Protection Code
(b) Opportunities For Children And Scientific Progress
(c) Alone On A Digital Highway: Highlighting The Needs For Digital Parenting In A Technological Aware Mauritian Society
Mauritius IGF: National Stakeholders’ Summit 2017
Halley Movement will be hosting the first Mauritius IGF: National Stakeholders’ Summit 2017 in Mauritius on November 16, 2017 at Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebene, Mauritius.
The main theme will be Enhancing Digital Trust to Encompass Online Child Safety.
Call for expression of interests: https://mauritius.intgovforum.org/content/events
For more information, please contact email@example.com
23 September 2017, Flacq, Mauritius
The event was hosted by Halley Movement and PAN-Mauritius Coalition and took place at Flacq in Mauritius.
It regrouped eighty leaders from different backgrounds. The launch ceremony witnessed the participation of one MLA and various other guests. The plenary session discussed themes pertaining to Internet & Child Trafficking and Good Digital Parenting, among others.
Leaders took back the resource materials in order to spread the message in their own communities.
Halley Movement has planned a Training Workshop on Good Digital Parenting for ‘Home Stay’ Mothers on Wednesday 23rd August 2017. The Workshop will take place at Le Morne Community Centre, Le Morne, Mauritius.
This training workshop for ‘Home Stay’ Mothers will focus on the following topics:
- The need for digital parenting in our society
- Digital parenting in practice
- How to identify risks and where to address complaints
- Reporting of online problems
Parties interested to attend the event please contact Halley Movement by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Halley Movement together with PAN-Mauritius Coalition will launch the Mauritius Colloquium on Internet and Child Trafficking on Saturday 23 September 2017 in Mauritius. The Mauritius Colloquium is expecting participants from the civil society, business sector and stakeholders involved in the field. The Colloquium will gather experts in ICT, tourism, Child protection and lawyers.
This event is on invitation only. Call for applications to participate at the Colloquium will close on 30th August 2017. Interested participants are requested to write to us at email@example.com. More information on the Colloquium will be posted soon.
Good Digital Parenting Workshop
Halley Movement has planned a “Good Digital Parenting Workshop” for community leaders & parents on 31st October 2016. The Workshop will take place at the Ferney Community Centre, Ferney, Mauritius.
The Good Digital Parenting Campaign was launched in August 2016. Halley Movement and its Coalition will travel to several places in Mauritius and Rodrigues Island to target thousands of parents and disseminate the mission message that ‘We all want to be good parents and raise our children as well as we can’.
Halley Movement will also embark on a research study, a capacity building workshop for leaders and a National Stakeholders Forum.
The Digital Campaign will target parents who will be empowered to gain a strong understanding of the risks, harms and rewards that come with their child being online. The campaign will identify the risks and address ways to mitigate the harms so that parents and children can reap the rewards of digital technology.
The Workshop is designed to teach parents & Internet users to identify the risks and address ways to mitigate the harms so that parents and children can reap the rewards of digital technology.
Halley Movement will welcome international participants from Republic of China, Pakistan, Estonia, Poland, Egypt, Switzerland, Morocco, Hong Kong and India in an experience sharing exercise, in July, where the participants will showcase the work being conducted in their respective countries with respect to problems facing our children, family and social networking issues.
If you are interested to join in please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the African Union’s Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child the focus of the Day of the African Child 2016 will be on ‘Conflict and Crisis in Africa: Protecting all children‘s rights’ .
Halley Movement & PAN-Mauritius Coalition will be holding an Advocacy Forum at the Excellence House where child focused practitioners will facilitate discussions with violence survivor children, and other children to give them an opportunity to share their views and solutions of eliminating conflicts and crisis and how best their rights could be protected by States.
The DAC Advocacy Forum will be celebrated on Thursday 16th June by Halley Movement.
If you are interested in participating at the event please contact us at email@example.com