Five-day training workshop on youth awareness for safe and effective use of cyberspace concluded at Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur. The workshop, funded by the Canadian government, was jointly organized by the university, Bhittai Social Watch and Advocacy (BSWA), Strengthening Participatory Organization (SPO) and Oxfam, and was chaired by the Vice-Chancellor of Salu , Professor Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto.
Addressing the participants, Professor Ibupoto said that positive cyberspace was essential for spreading information in society. “Such trainings are very important in instilling the concept and best practices of cyber technology,” he said.
He said the training would provide ample opportunity for students to pursue it professionally, and refrain from malicious cyber practices. Cordially thanking the partners, Dr. Ibupoto said it was a pleasure that the students learned about the cybercrime laws that the government has enacted to raise awareness among the masses. In welcoming the participants, the Dean of Salu’s Faculty of Social Sciences, Professor Taj Muhammad Lashari, advised them to take advantage of knowledge about cyberspace and use it in positive ways. BSWA Executive Director, Mr. Khadim Hussain Mirani said 16 master trainers will train others in the proper use of cyberspace.