|APrIGF 2023 Session Proposal Submission Form
|Part 1 - Lead Organizer
|Ms. STELLA ANNE TEOH MING HUI
|Organization / Affiliation (Please state "Individual" if appropriate) *
|Economy of Residence
|Primary Stakeholder Group
|Youth / Students
|List Your Organizing Partners (if any)
|Luke Teoh Rong Guang, NetMission.Asia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bea Guevara, NetMission.Asia, email@example.com
|Part 2 - Session Proposal
|Exploring Youth Perspectives in Social Media Content Creation
|Where do you plan to organize your session?
|Onsite at the venue (with online moderator for questions and comments from remote participants)
|Specific Issues for Discussion
|The main issues to be discussed:
- Main factors/incentives identified that encourage/drive youths to create, share and consume specific content on social network sites (sexual content)
- Possible lessons learned from existing/ongoing research/efforts that can be shared across borders for more inclusive policymaking
- What are the best practices that could be applied in developing countries/developed countries
- What are potential solutions to bridge the inclusivity divide in terms of youth inclusion in policymaking
- The role of transnational culture flows on shaping transnational policies (with a focus regarding sexual content/data governance/privacy policies)
|Describe the Relevance of Your Session to APrIGF
|Considering the backdrop of the ever growing popularity of East Asian online culture in South East Asian countries, especially how popular culture has deeply penetrated everyday life of youths; exploring the transnational culture flows (which can be assumed to be more inclined in one direction rather than equal two-way exchange), may prove valuable to understanding new perspectives regarding sexual content generation and consumption on social network sites among youths.
This session would help address the issues related to the transnational influence of East Asian online culture on other Asian communities across Asia Pacific. Our workshop aims to discuss the extent to which culture can shape a youth's content generation preferences/tendencies. Also, the speakers would cover the issues related to concept of personal autonomy in data governance for youths actively creating content. The goal of the discussion is to share experience and knowledge in addressing issues related to Technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TF GBV).
online/remote learning and digital skills development in Asia. • Introduction (5 mins) • Presentations (45 mins) • Questions posed from the audience to panel and other participants (35 mins) • Conclusion (5 mins)
|Methodology / Agenda (Please add rows by clicking "+" on the right)
|Moderators & Speakers Info (Please complete where possible)
|Please explain the rationale for choosing each of the above contributors to the session.
|Ms Moe Yamauchi is currently conducting research on evolution of sexual norms and privacy on present-day social networking sites. Ms Justitia is a litigation lawyer who founded the Lawyers’ Collective for Gender Justice aiming to provide pro-bono legal services to victims of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Indonesia. With the skyrocketing numbers of Online GBV especially during pandemic, Justitia handled more than 75 cases throughout the year. She developed handbooks on how to handle Online GBVs and led a research on how the Indonesian Law fails to accommodate victims’ needs in such cases. Ms Agita Pasaribu, is the founder and Executive Director of Bullyid Indonesia - a tech-charity which is at the forefront of preventing online gender-based violence and empowering survivors and victims of harassment in Indonesia. Cheng Peng is a Representative of TWSIG(Taiwan School on Internet Governance), and has actively engaged in youth efforts in Internet Governance.
|If you need assistance to find a suitable speaker to contribute to your session, or an onsite facilitator for your online-only session, please specify your request with details of what you are looking for.
|Youth representatives from East Asian and South East Asia
Speakers interested in the topic of TF GBV (with a focus on East Asia and South East Asia), as well as the impact of culture on policymaking
|Please declare if you have any potential conflict of interest with the Program Committee 2023.
|Are you or other session contributors planning to apply for the APrIGF Fellowship Program 2023?
|Number of Attendees (Please fill in numbers)
|Gender Balance in Moderators/Speakers (Please fill in numbers)
|I agree that my data can be submitted to forms.for.asia and processed by APrIGF organizers for the program selection of APrIGF 2023.