Past Event: Speak Now:Regret Later? (23 Sept)
As part of Social Media Week 2013, Index on Censorship, Student Journals and the Youth Media Agency are hosting “Speak now: Regret Later?” where we will debate and discuss the benefits and pitfalls of social media for young people and their future careers.
16 Aug 13


As part of Social Media Week 2013, debate the benefits and pitfalls of social media for you and your future career.

Social media skills are now required in almost any job, but what do employers really think of their employees’ online activity? Should you censor your output for the sake of your future? Paris Brown, former Kent Youth Crime Commissioner, stood down after tweets she’d written years earlier…

Join a specialist panel of media, law and freedom of expression experts to examine  how what we say online can affect our futures?




WHEN: 23 Sept, 2013, 6pm

WHERE:  Centre for Creative Collaboration (16 Acton Street, London, WC1X 9NG)

TICKETS: Free, registration requiredPlease note this event is for 18-25 year olds. 



NB Participants must be aged between 18-25 and be willing to debate and get involved with the issues discussed by our panel.  


Student Journals is a website hosted and run for and by students, reporting on politics, lifestyle and culture across the UK.

Youth Media Agency is the strategic home of Youth Media in the UK; connecting and supporting over 300 Youth Media platforms including Radio, TV and Magazines, online and print.

The Centre for Creative Collaboration (C4CC) is an initiative of the University of London, supporting new types of collaboration using the principles of open innovation.