Digital connections are no substitute for genuine human interactions and can do more harm than good for young developing minds. It’s time to prioritize the well-being of children in our digitally interconnected world.

Our Call to Action


Human Change is a global advocacy campaign that strives to reshape the global narrative on children’s mental health by spotlighting the impact of social media and digital devices on children’s healthy development.

How we’re globalising our message

We’re uniting a coalition of parents, advocates, educators, psychologists, paediatricians, clinicians, and researchers who share our vision.

Who We Are

What we’re calling for

Our vision is for childhood to be smartphone-free until age 14 and social media-free until age 16. 

In the meantime, we must act now to combat digital addiction and safeguard future generations. 

Read our Call to Action



Launched in January 2024 during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, the Human Change campaign aims to raise awareness of the transformation of children’s social and developmental skills caused by the use of social media and the digitalisation of children’s lives. 

Just as the consequences of Climate Change require us to protect the environment, 
the consequences of Human Change now require us to protect children. 

Look at our week in Davos