[governance] Call for issues for EuroDIG2020 and SEEDIG2020 is open!

Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond ocl at gih.com
Tue Oct 8 08:15:13 EDT 2019

(apologies for cross-posting)

Dear colleagues,

please be so kind to find the following announcement from the EuroDIG

Starting 1st October until December 8, you can submit issues
<https://www.eurodig.org/index.php?id=110&no_cache=1> (not session
proposals) in a joint call for EuroDIG and SEEDIG
<https://www.eurodig.org/index.php?id=110&no_cache=1> (South Eastern
European Dialogue on Internet Governance <http://www.seedig.net>) 2020.
The topics should be of high interest to many stakeholders across
Europe. You can submit up to three issues and we suggest the following

·     Access & literacy

·     Media & content

·     Development of IG ecosystem

·     Security & crime

·     Human rights & data protection

·     Technical & operational issues

·     Innovation & economic issues

The overarching theme for EuroDIG 2020 in Trieste is: *Towards a
sustainable governance of the Internet. *It* *aligns with the themes
that EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) has identified, of which EuroDIG is
going to be a satellite event next year. You are more than welcome to
take this focus into consideration when submitting an issue.

*Mark your calendars!*

The *planning meeting* for EuroDIG 2020 is going to be on *January 16,
2020* in Trieste. More details will be provided soon.
EuroDIG2020 is going to take place *10-12 June, 2020*, with a YOUthDIG
program beforehand.

*Deadline extended: contribute to „The Age of Digital Interdependence“*

We have extended the deadline until *October 15* for all European
stakeholders to comment “The Age of Digital Interdependence” by the UNSG
High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation. We have received several
holistic assessments via email by European governments and other
stakeholders. This opportunity is open to everyone, and we invite all
to *express their views via two complementary
ways: on comment.eurodig.org <https://comment.eurodig.org/> *you
can *comment* <https://comment.eurodig.org/> *on specific paragraphs of
the report* and/or you can *send a more holistic assessment of the
report and its findings* by sending a PDF document
to digitalcooperation at EuroDIG.org
<mailto:digitalcooperation at EuroDIG.org>. EuroDIG does not intend to
consider itself as the only platform to discuss views on and possible
follow-up actions to the findings of the report.


*EuroDIG Secretariat
office at eurodig.org <mailto:office at eurodig.org>
www.eurodig.org  <https://paper.li/_eurodig/www.eurodig.org>*

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