9 – 9:15am                              Welcome and Event Overview

9:15 – 9:30am                        The Work at Limerick – Findings

9:30 – 10am                            Barbara Coloroso - How Bullying Works

10 – 10:45am                          Panel: International Perspectives

10:45 – 11:15am                      Carol Todd - The Perfect Storm

11:15 – noon                            Panel: Cyberwellness

noon – 1:00pm                       Panel: Youth Voices

1:00- 1:45pm                           Lunch, Music, PIP and commentary

1:45 – 2:30pm                        Panel: Law, Law Enforcement and Justice

2:30 – 3:45pm                        Panel: Industry Best Practices and Role of Technology

3:45 – 4pm                              Break

4:00 – 4:15pm                         Mustafa Ahmed - Word Artist

4:15 – 5:15pm                         Panel: Inspiring Change

5:15 – 5:30pm                         Wrap Up and Next Steps

Dublin is the Second Day of this 2-Day Event:


The Dublin event experts and participants will take the roadmap designed for them in Limerick and refine it. The refined road map will become an action plan to address cyberbullying and sexting-related abuses around the world. The Dublin day will have a more flexible program, organized around the chief stakeholder groups and areas - law enforcement and laws, educational and school policies, youth leadership and community groups, mental health professionals, industry leaders and newcomers, ethical, kindness and empathy-building programs, and the role digital technology can play in helping address the problem, as well as enable it.


The Limerick day participants may conclude that some issues have priority over others and will identify questions they want answered by the industry and policy experts. One hundred community day participants will be selected to attend and participate in Dublin to help explain their thinking and add to the industry and policy day expertise.


Hosted at Facebook's International Headquarters in Dublin, this will be a special day where people who use the technology can network with those who run it and those who oversee digital policy at the Global level.  The 100 spaces for Limerick participants are blocked to allow for them to be invited during the Limerick program. Invitees are responsible for their own transportation, accommodations and meals (other than provided meals at the events), and all minors must attend with adult chaperones.