DigiGen is a European research project that is developing significant knowledge about how children and young people, a group growing up today often referred to as the Digital Generation, use and are affected by the technological transformations in their everyday lives.

The project receives funding from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme and runs from December 2019 until November 2022. The work of DigiGen is conducted by a consortium consisting of nine members across nine different European countries: Norway, Greece, United Kingdom, Austria, Spain, Germany, Romania, Estonia and Belgium.

Research was undertaken in multiple Work Packages. I worked (and was co-lead of) WP6: Political and Civic Engagement (studies in UK, Greece, Estonia).

Reports from WP6 Digigen: