Sveriges Radio organizes a public seminar on World Radio Day

Why is the Internet such a hostile place, and what can we do to make it more open-minded and welcoming? On the 13th of February, the Swedish public radio broadcaster Sveriges Radio will arrange a public seminar where the panelists will discuss why it is that bad manners and hate are allowed to flourish on the Internet.

Why is the Internet such a hostile place, and what can we do to make it more open-minded and welcoming? On the 13th of February, the Swedish public radio broadcaster Sveriges Radio will arrange a public seminar where the panelists will discuss why it is that bad manners and hate are allowed to flourish on the Internet. What could be done to raise the standards of discussions on the Internet to make it a more friendly place, without limiting our freedom of expression?

The panelists are:

Cilla Benkö: CEO Sveriges Radio

Magdalena Ribbing: etiquette expert, Dagens Nyheter

Kent Wisti: priest, artist, satirist

Jack Werner: journalist, web culture expert

Mina Dennert: journalist, founder of #jagärhär 

 

Moderator: Johar Bendjelloul, Sveriges Radio

13 February, 13:00 – 14:00

Hörsalen, plan 3, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern

 

For more information:

Caroline Meyer Lagersparre

Sveriges Radio / Oxenstiernsgatan 20

SE-105 10 Stockholm

caroline.meyer@sverigesradio.se