Parents & Tech Brunch

Women Techmakers Berlin
Sun, Nov 25, 2018, 10:00 AM (CET)

About this event

Technology is surrounding us. Everywhere, all the time. It’s in the hands of our children and shaping the worlds of their parents. We understand that being a parent with and in tech is not easy, but we want to make this statement not relevant, showing that it is doable and rewarding!

In the end, almost every parent is one in tech these days and children are the future savers of the Internet. Mozilla and Women Techmakers Berlin want to help parents and children navigate through this diverse, colorful, wonderful and sometimes opaque or even dangerous technical world: How can children be protected online? What possibilities and dangers are there? It will be topics like these that occupy us here.

We will come together with parents and supportive organizations to discuss the subject of keeping children safe online. Children (age 13 and under) will have the opportunity to take part in digital workshops and childcare will also be provided.

• 10:00 – Arrival
• 10:45 – Welcome & Introduction
• 11:00 – 11:15 – A talk for parents and experts about digital safety for children, by Lisa Trujillo, Technologist and Privacy Researcher, and Florian Frank, a Cyber Security and Business Expert
• 11:00 – 12:30 – 2 Children's Workshops: 1) Saving the World with Robots - Basics of Coding for Children by EduHeros Club, and 2) Coding Your Ways Through Virtual Reality by bit&Byte
• 11:15 – 13:00 – Open discussion for parents and experts, plus brunch
• 13:00 – Closing

1) Saving the World with Robots - Basics of Coding for Children (ages 6-10):
2) Coding Your Ways Through Virtual Reality (ages 6-13):

Free child care (ages 3+) will be provided with registration here:

We understand that it may be hard to attend the whole event, especially with younger kids. Please feel free to RSVP and attend even if it's just for a few hours. If you will need additional help - please reach out! It's important for us to make our events as accessible as possible.

bit&Byte Creative Technology Academy is based in Lithuania and Germany. They gather technology enthusiasts and educators to teach curious 7 - 12 year olds essential programming concepts. Their aim is to combine learning and experimenting with the never-ending challenges of creativity, and to raise courageous, self-confident creators of tomorrow!
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EduHeros Club helps young learners discover their super powers by promoting 21st century skills through code. For more info visit:

The direct work of the Mozilla Foundation focuses on fueling the movement for an open Internet. They do this by connecting open Internet leaders with each other and by mobilizing grassroots activists around the world. The Foundation is also the sole shareholder in the Mozilla Corporation, the maker of Firefox and other open source tools. Mozilla Corporation functions as a self-sustaining social enterprise – money earned through its products is reinvested into the organization.
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