The ICUD project’s international conference on Digital Discrimination and Social Networks took place on 13th and 14th March 2014 in Barcelona.

Academics, researchers, activists, youth workers, Internet and social networks experts, members of NGOs, knowledge providers and anyone interested in the issues surrounding discrimination on the Internet and especially social network sites participated at this event.

The objective of the conference was to invite participants to actively share current experiences and research and push forward our knowledge to fight discrimination.

This was the main event of the ICUD project that aims at creatively unveiling discrimination on internet. Based on an innovative research on Facebook, pilot sessions were held to allow teenagers to become actors who react against discrimination online. A free Anti-Discrimination Pack with practical tools will be published on the website of the project this summer, 2014.

You can find on ISSUU the presentations and CONCLUSIONS of the whole conference, photos on  flickr and a summary of the social networks interactions on Storify.

Videos of each presentation can be watched on the Bambuser channel.

See also the full program and Speakers here.

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The ICUD project is co-financed by the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship programme of the European Union.