We have officially closed the final chapter of the project “Becoming Digitally Conscious“. Yes, you read that right! After two active years of numerous activities, the project was brought to an end with the final conference which was held in Sarajevo, B&H, on the 11th of May. 


The final conference gathered young participants eager to learn more about digitalization and the project itself. The final conference presented one great opportunity for participants to get educated about healthy digital use and how they can become more digitally conscious.


Throughout the conference, participants gained deeper insights into topics such as online privacy, digital security, responsible social media usage, and the importance of critical thinking in the digital age. The participants gained practical skills to navigate the digital world. The conference provided participants with a safe space to share their experiences and opinions regarding digitalization.

The conference was successfully held as participants left with new knowledge and skills. Now, they are ready to implement them in their everyday lives. The participants truly became ready to start their journey of becoming digitally conscious, using technology for good efforts, and making change along the way.


The project may have officially ended, but its legacy will continue to live and inspire young people. The project “Becoming Digitally Conscious” is crucial for developing a more informed and empowered society in the digital age.


As we end this project, we also express our gratitude to all the partners, volunteers, and participants who contributed to its success. We are filled with enthusiasm as we are sure that we will continue to make positive changes. While the project may have come to an end, its impact will be forever-lasting, empowering individuals to embrace digital consciousness and thrive in the ever-evolving digital landscape.


“Becoming Digitally Conscious” is a Capacity Building project targeted at the promotion of healthy digital habits among young people (between 18 and 25 years old) living in the European and Western Balkans area. The goal is to make this group aware of the potential dangers of making excessive use of digital devices, such as psychological disorders (e.g., eating disorders and depression). Considering that virtual reality has become an essential part of young people’s lives (especially during the covid-19 pandemic to study or socialize, which before they did mainly offline), we believe it is important to train them on how to integrate digital devices in a healthy and conscious way. Through the education of youth workers, the project will contribute to increasing the quality, innovation, and recognition of youth work, supporting the sharing of methods to address the opportunities and implications of digitalization. Of course, it is as well related to “Addressing digital transformation through the development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity” because all major social changes imply some areas of risk that need to be reflected upon to mitigate the issues created (in this case digital addiction).

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