Green Crescent is preparing to host an important international congress that will examine all aspects of technology addiction, which has quickly become one of the most important global issues. The third International Technology Addiction Congress, which will take place on May 3-4, will host expert scientists and examine critical issues on technology and cyber addictions and announce the findings of various research projects. The congress will welcome about 1,200 experts from around the world including scientists, decision-makers, academics, guidance counselors, psychologists and social services employees.
The congress will dissect technology addiction, which has been referred to as the most important disease of our time, especially for young people and children. Pathological Internet usage, video game addiction, cellphone addiction, cyberbullying and cybersecurity, social media, online gambling and shopping addiction, safe use of technology and health problems due to these addictions are among the subjects that the congress will examine and discuss. The International Technology Addiction Congress organized backed by the Ministry of National Education and Culture and the Society and Mother Association (KÜLT) under the leadership of Green Crescent, will be held at WOW Hotel Bakırköy.
The congress will have simultaneous conferences and panels, and will gather important researchers and academics from Turkey and abroad. The congress will present new perspectives and study results on various topics to teachers, doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, academic, researchers and social services employees. Many distinguished specialists such as Professor Mark Griffiths, Gary Wilson, Dr. Kenneth Woog, Mary Sharpe, Dr. Michael Rich, Darryl Mead, Young Yim Doh, and Professor Kemal Sayar will also speak at the congress. The congress will be free of charge for anyone who is interested.