The office of the Chief Minister Maharashtra, in partnership with the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), a leading global NGO working in the area of online safety organised a forum called “Create, Connect, Respect: Empowering parents and educators to guide connected children and youth,” on Monday August 6 in Mumbai. This event was supported by…
The office of the Chief Minister Maharashtra, in partnership with the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) — an NGO working in the area of online safety, organised a forum called “Create, Connect, Respect: Empowering parents and educators to guide connected children and youth,” recently in Mumbai. This event was supported by UNICEF India, Netflix and…
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