02:00 - Building on a blockchain
02:00 - Open mic session
The 11th annual meeting of the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) took place on 5-6 June 2018 in Tbilisi, Georgia. A team of GIP rapporteurs prepared session messages and reports.
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[Update] DiploFoundation and the Geneva Internet Platform will be actively involved in the meeting. Diplo staff members will participate as speakers and moderators in several sessions, and a team of GIP rapporteurs is preparing session messages and reports. The messages are available on the EuroDIG wiki, and the session reports will be published on this page during and after the event. Read more about our engagement. The 11th annual meeting of the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) will take place on 5-6 June 2018 in Tbilisi, Georgia. EuroDIG 2018 will be hosted by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia. EuroDIG is an open, multistakeholder platform to exchange views about the Internet and how it is governed. Under the theme 'Innovative strategies for our digital future', representatives of governments, intergovernmental organisations, the private sector, the technical community, and civil society will come together to discuss public policy issues related to Internet governance. The two-day event will tackle issues such as access and literacy, development of the Internet governance ecosystem, human rights, innovation and economic issues, media and content, security and crime, technical and operational issues. The meeting will be preceded by the Youth Dialogue on Internet Governance (YouthDIG), an initiative dedicated to preparing young people for their participation in EuroDIG. Registration for the event is currently available. For more information, visit the event website. |full_html
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