Embracing the digital (r)evolution

EuroDIG’s key principles are "always open, always inclusive". During the programme drafting process we do not exclude any proposal. Instead of accepting or disregarding session proposals, we call for issue proposals (not sessions) to be discussed on the next EuroDIG agenda and cluster them accordingly. The aim is to identify submissions which can be incorporated in one session while reflecting different perspectives. Download submissions & stats

Some proposal submissions may be clustered in a category that does not match the initial expectations of the submitter. To avoid such misinterpretations, subject matter experts are involved in the clustering and programme drafting process.

All submitters and the community were kindly invited to comment on a first draft programme outline.

Now the programme is consolidated and all submitters are invited to join the various org teams. This is the best way to accommodate all individuals and stakeholder groups willing to participate in shaping the final programme.

Visit the wiki with the latest programme informations 

How to get involved? Find out more

Download the consolidated programme outline

 

 

Accommodation

Through our official housing partner, the Brussels Booking Desk, we provide reduced hotel rates for the EuroDIG 2016 conference. Book through the simple-to-use reservation website or with booking agents.
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Or call the Brussels Booking Desk: +32 2 552 00 08 (Monday to Friday, during office hours, CMT)

Official Hotel Event Rates will begin to expire on Tuesday, April 26th, 2016.
Please note: the Brussels Booking Desk is the only official housing company associated with the EuroDIG 2016 conference. While other hotel resellers may contact you to offer accommodation for your trip, they are not endorsed by, or affiliated with the event and entering into financial agreements with such companies may have costly consequences.*

*Booking fees or pre-payment of the hotel might apply if you book with an unauthorised agent.

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