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    EMF Protection for Children

    EMF Protection for Children

    The working group was formed in October 2023.

    Objectives:

    • Educate people about wireless radiation and electrosmog risks

      To create information material

      To create information material for parents, schools, kindergartens and other educational institutions about the risk of RF EMF on children and to create guidelines how to protect them.

    • Russia's State Duma Bans Cellphones in School Classrooms

      To promote awareness that children are not small adults

      To promote awareness that children are not small adults and need more protection against environmental hazards such as RF EMF for a healthy development.

    • Europeans for Safe Connections pursue better regulation in the area of RF-EMFs.

      To cooperate with national and international groups

      To cooperate with national and international groups who work with the same topics e.g. the groups behind The International Declaration on the Human Rights of Children in the Digital Age.

    • Educate people about wireless radiation and electrosmog risks

      To create awareness at the political level

      To create awareness at the political level through information campaigns and debates of the need for children to be protected against digital addiction, connectivity and RF EMF.

    • To gather information about national approaches

      To gather information about national approaches to children’s protection e.g. a list of schools in Europe with cabled internet connection.

    Present focus:

    The International Declaration on the Human Rights of Children in the Digital Age

    To create information material

    The International Declaration on the Human Rights of Children in the Digital Age

    Contact:

    • Kamil Bartošák

      Czech Republic 🇨🇿

    • Pernille Schriver

      Denmark 🇩🇰

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    Law and Politics

    The working group was formed at the Second European EHS Gathering in Rièzes on 18th June 2023

    Objectives:

    • To review existing and proposed EU and national legislation regarding the development and implementation of technologies emitting EMFs to identify any areas of concerns with respect to potential adverse consequences for humans, wildlife, and the environment
    • To construct robust arguments with supporting evidence to demonstrate the inadequacies and potential risks of each of the specific sections of concern within the legislation
    • To formulate and disseminate written material:
      • To inform the general public, local and national authorities and politicians about the risks and shortcomings of existing and upcoming legislation
      • To lobby politicians to initiate appropriate amendments to the legislation to eliminate the risks and introduce relevant safeguards
      • For potential use in future litigation where applicable / necessary

    Present Focus

    Raising awareness of the inadequacies and potential risks of the current draft of the Gigabit Infrastructure Act (GIA) and lobbying to get appropriate amendments made before it is passed into law.

    The working group will follow this legislative procedure until the GIA is either adopted, amended or dismissed.

    Contact

    Sophie or Tobias

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