24th November 2020
UNESCO brings together leading experts to debate the role of a global ethical framework in achieving beneficial AI
Among the eminent specialists from academia, business, civil society and public authorities called upon to give their opinion with Yoshua Bengio, Scientific Director at the Montreal Institute of Learning Algorithms (MILA), s’ will express Teki Akuetteh Falconer, Founder and Director of Africa Digital Rights Hub, Agita Pasaribu, Founder and Executive Director of Bullyid Indonesia, Henri Verdier, Ambassador for Digital, to the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs of France, Toshiua Jitsuzumi, Professor at the Faculty of Political Studies at Chuo University (Japan) and Andrew Wilson, Permanent Observer of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) to the United Nations.
15th November 2020
Get smarter ahead of World Mental Health Day
By: We Make Change
Watch to discover:
- What forms cyberbullying can take.
- What you should do if you’re experiencing it.
- How you can be part of the solution.
We Make Change
7th November 2020
Pelatihan Pencegahan CyberBullying
By: UNICEF Indonesia, Yayasan Bakti, Think Before Type
Anak anak dan remaja belum memiliki pemahaman secara jelas mengenai cyberbullying. Untuk mengurangi terjadinya tindakan Cyber Bullying maka diperlukan sosialisasi menggunakan materi-materi dalam bentuk leaflet maupun bentuk lainnya. Guna mencegah dan memberikan pemahaman tentang bahaya Cyber Bullying, UNICEF melalui Yayasan BaKTI memfasilitasi Penyusunan/Pengembangan Materi Pencegahan Cyber Bullying. Output dari acara ini adalah peserta membuat rencana aksi untuk stop cyberbullying.
UNICEF Indonesia, Yayasan Bakti, Think Before Type
10th October 2020
Right to be Forgotten: Mengulik Mekanisme Penghapusan Konten dalam konteks Revenge Porn serta hubungannya dengan Mental Health di Indonesia
By: Fakultas Hukum Unpad, Kemkominfo, Himpunan Mahasiswa Hukum Teknologi Informasi dan Kekayaan Intelektual
To commemorate the World Mental Health Day, Bullyid Indonesia as a platform that provides mental and legal support to victims of cyber bullying violence in collaboration with the Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law Student Association UNPAD took the initiative to hold a webinar.
The webinar is intended to educate students both within the Faculty of Law, Padjadjaran University and the general public to gain insight into individual rights regarding their own information.
Fakultas Hukum Unpad, Kemkominfo, Himpunan Mahasiswa Hukum Teknologi Informasi dan Kekayaan Intelektual
Staying Zen as NetizenBy: Alpas Indonesia
Partners: Alpas Indonesia
5 September 2020
Cyber Bullying and the SDGs: How tackling bullying is key to achieving the 2030 Agenda
By: We Make Change
Use of AI to detect mental health on social media • Cyber threats – and laws and affecting changes on policy level. Creating a space for dialogue on protecting children online and how each stakeholder can address this issue within their respective fields while policy-level changes are being formulated and how media can be used to create the proper awareness for protecting the kids in cyberspace.
Partners: We Make Change
Virtual Engagement for Mutual Support and Youth Psychological Well-being During #StayAtHome PeriodBy: The Leader
Cyber security: Protecting Kids OnlineBy: Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting
Criminal Defamation and Free Speech in the Digital Age: Perspectives from Indonesia and The United StatesBy: AIFIS and Faculty of Law University Merdeka Malang
The webinar is mainly talks about analysis on Indonesia’s criminal defamation by examining freedom of speech and the boundaries between protected and unprotected speech.
In terms of comparison with Indonesia, is the United States, considering its long history of free speech and the various doctrines on defamation laws and free speech. The relative take is carried out to take lessons on the advantages and disadvantages of regulates criminal defamation, both offline and online. The comparison approach is considered a part of Indonesia’s recommendation in adapting and revising Indonesian defamation laws in the future.
Partners: American Institute for Indonesian Studies (AIFIS) and Faculty of Law University Merdeka Malang
Online Criminal Defamation and its Effect on Indonesia’s DemocracyBy: AIFIS and PERMAHI DPC Yogyakarta
As bullying cases that happened in campus become the current phenomenon in the education sector nowadays, University Merdeka Malang sees that the issue has to be taken seriously. Whether it’s done by the student to another student or the lecturer to the student or vice versa this uptrend of bullying done in a study environment is likely to be seen everywhere in the media. Thus, as a response to bullying and abuse cases in college as the counter bullying UMM invited the organisation which is concerned on cyberbullying issues called BULLYID.
Partners: American Institute for Indonesian Studies (AIFIS) and PERMAHI DPC Yogyakarta
Future City Webinar Sub-theme “Smart Government: Citizen reporting apps”By: Smart Change & Jakarta Sister City
Future City Webinar is the webinar series aimed to provide insights, elaboration of the field challenges as well as the field data related to post COVID-19 initiatives. The topics presented are designed to help participants to elaborate their solutions by understanding the possibilities and the hurdles on the field implementation to increase the capacity and professionalism of the Government in improving public services and providing solutions to city problems through the optimization of information technology.
Partners: Smart Change & Jakarta Smart City
Bullying behaviour in college students: Challenge, Prevention and CountermeasuresBy: Faculty of Law Merdeka Malang University
As bullying cases that happened in campus become the current phenomenon in the education sector nowadays, University Merdeka Malang sees that the issue has to be taken seriously. Whether it’s done by the student to another student or the lecturer to the student or vice versa this uptrend of bullying done in a study environment is likely to be seen everywhere in the media. That is why the University of Parahyangan takes the initiatives to enhance the awareness and understanding of the effect of bullying and cyberbullying on students and lecturers. Thus, as a response to bullying and abuse cases in college as the counter bullying UMM invited the organisation which is concerned on cyberbullying issues called BULLYID.
Partners:Merdeka Malang University
Seminar Parenting: Harassment in CyberworldBy: POMG Labschool High School Cibubur
This seminar will give information about how to help cyberbullying victims, how to protect children from cyberbullying, how to raise children who have self control and can actualize themselves in social media in a positive way and what is the role of parents to help children to grow in the digitalized era.
Partners: POMG Labschool High School
7 July 2020
Webinar Protecting Child from cyberbullying during the COVID-19 pandemic
By: Ministry Of Women Empowerment And Child Protection, Bureau of Child Abuse and Exploitation Prevention
To celebrate the national children’s day, the Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection Indonesia collaborates with BULLYID to educate children and parents about cyberbullying, how to deal with it.
Partners: Ministry Of Women Empowerment And Child Protection, Bureau of Child Abuse and Exploitation Prevention
Cyberbullying on Women: Challenge during the Pandemic and Work From Home policyBy: Catholic University of Parahyangan
Based on research took in Indonesia, on April 2020 there is 85% of companies that haven’t regulated cyberbullying especially in online sexual harassment in the working environment. This condition showed that even though cyberbullying is not a new term, people still need to be massively re-educate about this issue. What are the consequences of online abuse to the victims? The education is included but not limited to: victims rights and sets of law about cyberbullying.
Partners:Catholic University of Parahyangan