EuroDIG is not usual conference organized top-down by a small committee.
EuroDIG is a platform where participants can set the agenda and shape the issues themselves.
Every year EuroDIG takes place in a different European country thereby enabling the local community to broadly participate in the debate on an European level. EuroDIG is build on an open network to discuss and exchange on emerging issues and challenges concerning the Internet, between all stakeholders (governments, international organization, business and civil society) and other interested communities, covering the 47 member states of the Council of Europe.
EuroDIG was launched in 2008 and, so far, has held seven annual events (Strasbourg 2008, Geneva 2009, Madrid 2010, Belgrade 2011, Stockholm 2012, Lisbon 2013, Berlin 2014).
|until 31.12.2014:||Open call for proposals|
|31.12.2021 – 27.01.2015:||Online voting on the proposals|
|27.01.2015:||Planning meeting in Sofia|
|01.04. - 31.05.2015:||Open Registration (participation - free)|
|04-05.06.2015:||EuroDIG 2015 in Kempinski Hotel Zografski, Sofia|
By the end of December this year anyone can suggest topics and questions for discussion (in relation to the problems of the Internet and Internet Government field) on his own behalf or on the behalf of the community or the company he represents.
During January, you can vote online for the proposals that you, think are essential for discussing and resolving, on the official website of EuroDIG 2015
All proposals will be presented during the Planning meeting in January 2015 in Sofia and there will be discussed also which ones have the highest priority to enter the EuroDIG 2015. You also can attend and defend your proposal or the one that you support the most.
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