Baku, CASCFEN, 22.06.2016 – Central Asian and Southern Caucasian Freedom of Expression Network has conducted its next seminar in Baku, School No: 5, within the framework of the Project titled “Online freedom of expression culture seminars for groups from different categories”. 27 teachers and pupils have attended the seminar on “Online freedom of expression culture for teachers and high school students”.
According to news, delivered by the organization, code of conduct of the net users, responsibility for its violations were discussed in the seminar, which was conducted thanks to the financial help of the Council of State Support to NGOs under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Azer Hasret, CASCFEN chairman, acted with speech giving information about the project. Afterwards the school principal Narmina Gunduzlu welcomed the participants and wished them the successes.
Following the opening, Azer Hasret presented the Diploma of CASCFEN to Narmina Gunduzlu for her contribution to the project.
After the opening an expert of the project, a senior teacher of Baku Slavic University, Dr. Nushabe Huseynli acted with wide speech on the code of online conduct. She stressed out certain moments of the conduct of teachers and pupils in this realm. The speaker noted that people need to use in the best way the opportunities provided by the state in this segment. Especially pupils need to be careful in the mentioned issues.
The next expert of the project, head of the CASCFEN Control-Revision Commission Sevda Asgarova explained the terms of “netizen” and “netiquette” to the participants. Afterwards she widely explained 10 golden rules of netiquette.
The seminar, where the participants also were very active ended with presenting of certificates of participation and group photo.
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