• Lia Anton



human rights, mental bullying, digital literacy, critical thinking


Redefining Freedom in the Information Age: Educational and Human Rights  Implications.
In the modern information age, technological advances have radically  changed the way we access knowledge. This explosion of information has  triggered crucial discussions about human rights and freedom. This article  explores how this period affects educational methodologies and human  rights, highlighting issues such as: mental privacy, cultivating digital literacy  and critical thinking, and protecting freedom of expression. 


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How to Cite

REDEFINIREA LIBERTĂȚII ÎN ERA INFORMAȚIEI: IMPLICAȚII EDUCAȚIONALE ȘI DREPTURILE OMULUI. (2024). Journal for Freedom of Conscience (Jurnalul Libertății De Conștiință), 11(3), 686-696.