Stop Children Adult(eration)-MEDUCON
A great event to be held in Udaipur next month is MEDUCON, Media and Education Conference which aims to bring change in mindset up of society and impact of communication media. The International Association for Human Values (IAHV) along with United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is organizing MEDUCON conferences worldwide across 190 countries.
The International Association for Human Values (IAHV) along with United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is organizing MEDUCON conferences worldwide across 190 countries.
One of the panelists Mr. Muralidhar Koteshwar Alumni IIT Madras and CEO of Usablity Consulting India detailed that by taking global approach this series intend to strap up power of communication media with education. Showing concern about children psychology he said, “2o years prior from today we might not have heard the term Attention Deficiency Syndrome, but sadly today it is prevailing at a faster rate among kids. Wrong things in wrong age are leading to lose in sensitivity and bad temper. Impact of media has been so influential that children pick up things very fast so it is responsibility of media to deliver things in empathetic mode. In one line, the notion of this meet would be Take Responsibility for Healthy Mind as even if the culture modernizes, our values remain the same.”
With same theme MEDUCON will be hosted from 18-20 Nov 2010 in presence of eminent speakers from various fields including IT professionals, academicians, bureaucrats and media consultants. The main focus will be on debating and drawing conclusions so that necessary regulations can be implemented.
Keep postponing any effort and praying for a miracle is not a solution of any problem. Change may not come in few hours or days but it can surely come with due efforts as MEDUCON is doing. Today, when children are becoming adult(erate), Udaipur supports this movement wholeheartedly and welcome MEDUCON team with its revolutionary vision.