In line with the IEEE SA Trustworthy Technical Implementations of Children’s Online-Offline Experiences and Digital Inclusion, Identity, Trust and Agency Program, the IEEE Children’s Design Case Study Activity involves the collection, research, and writing of in-depth case studies. This includes live examples of how children’s rights principles have been designed in practice and embedded in a children's related product or service. The final product will be an IEEE document available / published online globally. This activity will help us build a community focused on translating children’s rights principles into children’s products or services by design and supporting inclusion, trust, and agency.
The goal of this project is to create a body of work that illustrates how we translate children’s rights principles into practice that highlights a human-centered approach to vulnerable populations (specifically children) and the community we convene, setting the foundations for future standards. View the Nomination Criteria below for more information.
Help Continue the Momentum of this Initiative
Feature your work and leadership on this topic in an IEEE report and website published online globally and shared to thousands of people worldwide. Be a part of a community focused on building momentum for translating children’s rights principles into children’s products or services by design and supporting inclusion, trust, and agency. We will also feature your work in subsequent webinars to practitioners, researchers, and policymakers who are interested in learning more about how to translate principles into practice.
Apply now by filling out the form here or download the PDF and email us your answers. The submission deadline is 27 August 2021 by 5:00 PM EST.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Stephanie Nguyen or Moira Patterson. The final report will be made available online by the end of 2021.