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 The Need to Adapt Children's Rights to the Digital Age

  • Gheorghiţa Nistor (University of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, 9 Schitu Măgureanu Street, District 1, Bucharest, E-mail:

The development of new generations of children and adolescents with the Internet has been a challenge for society as a whole. On the one hand, the Z or alpha generations, of the digital natives, and on the other hand, the adult generations (millenians, X ...), of the digital immigrants, they had to adapt to a new way of communicating, learning or interacting with society. Children are a segment of the population very interested in technology, but at the same time they can be vulnerable to technology, being exposed to risks and dangers to which we must react. Adapting children's rights to the digital age has become a necessity for all parties involved in their promotion and observance, from private organizations to the highest forums (UN, Council of Europe etc.).

Keywords: age of internet, generation Y- Millennians, Generation Z, rights of children, Convention on the Rights of the Child