The 8th EuroDIG will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria (Kempinski Hotel Zografski), on 4-5 June 2015. EuroDIG 2015 is hosted by UNICART in cooperation with the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications.
The EuroDIG process
The EuroDIG meeting is a platform where the community can set the agenda and shape the issues. Every year, EuroDIG takes place in a different European country thus bringing in new people constantly. The local community always plays a big role in the planning process, while the European network behind EuroDIG guarantees stability and continuity. The EuroDIG secretariat offers and facilitates diverse participative opportunities to help you contribute to the agenda setting or to organise a session. You are invited to contribute at any stage.
Call for proposals (by 31 December 2014)
Which issues should be discussed at EuroDIG 2015? Until the end of the call period (31 December 2014), the EuroDIG Secretariat is looking forward to receiving proposals on topics and issues for the EuroDIG 2015 programme planning. We are suggesting a number of key topics for the Sofia programme, in order to structure all incoming proposals. You are invited to submit your proposals under one of the proposed key topics, or suggest another one, according to your preference. All submissions will be compiled, presented and discussed during the open planning meeting in January 2015. Furthermore the EuroDIG community is invited to evaluate the submitted proposals. This is a complementary way of consultation for the broader EuroDIG community to let us know what should be key topic for the programming process. Get involved and shape the agenda!
Online review of proposals (January 2015)
At the beginning of every year, the EuroDIG community is invited to evaluate all submitted proposals. This is a complementary instrument of consultation in the process of drafting the programme. Evaluate all submissions by marking the topic proposals you consider most relevant.
Planning meeting (27 January 2015)
Join the public planning meeting on 27 January, and help shape the agenda. The planning meeting serves to review the proposals, agree on the overarching theme and set the scene for the EuroDIG programme of the upcoming year. You can participate personally or remotely.
Visit the EuroDIG 2015 website for more details on:
- Organising a session
- Remote participation at the event
- Onsite participation and reporting at the event
You can also view the milestones, deadlines and next steps on the EuroDIG website.|full_html