Children today are digital natives: they are born into a high tech, Internet-connected world where they fearlessly navigate the digital highway creating digital identities and digital footprints along the way. The Crossing Guard advocates for child protection and online safety.
Parents and caregivers need to understand the risks and benefits of using the Internet, social media, apps and games. The Crossing Guard reaches out to parents and concerned individuals via workshops, speaking events, conferences, publications and e-books.
Organizations must be aware of their role and responsibility with respect to children's rights and Internet access. The Crossing Guard is a competent and reliable resource for legal analysis, current statistics and best business practices.
July 13-18, 2014
US Embassy, Dakar, Senegal
The US Embassy, African Regional Services invited Elizabeth to speak at the Association of Women Professors on Gender, Leadership and Mentoring in Senegal. Check out the press conferences here and here .
Writing, blogging and tweeting!
A few hours a day, Elizabeth promises to be at her computer writing an eBook on raising responsible digital citizens. If you have concerns, please write in so that they can be included in the eBook.