Call for issues (not for sessions)

1 October – 30 November 2018

Which issues should be discussed in Europe in 2019?

This is a joint call, both for EuroDIG and SEEDIG – the South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance (SEEDIG). We are looking forward to receiving submissions until 30th November 2018 / 24:00 UTC.

Please note: This is a call for issues, not a call for sessions or workshop proposals. We expect issues to be of high interest to several stakeholders across Europe. In order to categorise proposals more easily, we have provided a few categories that can be assigned to issues proposed.

Access & literacy Development of IG ecosystem Human rights & data protection Innovation and economic issues
Media & content Security and crime Technical & operational issues Other

You may suggest up to three (3) issues. If more than three proposals are submitted from the same person, only the last three proposals will be considered.

The call for issues is closed now. Please have a look at the breakdown of submissions.

List of proposals for 2019

Media & content
Relationship between children and social media
Picarone, Alessandro | 10-09-18 | 11:21
Human rights & data protection
The rise of the far-right and the use of hate speech online to stir violence during elections or to use hate speech to win votes which are often...
Waugh, Daniel | 10-09-18 | 11:26
Security & crime
Resilience in Cyber security - why it needs to be added to Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability
Bennett, Louise | 10-09-18 | 16:36
Human rights & data protection
Digital rights charters and so-called bills of rights for the Internet came up in Europe at different points in time over the last years. What they...
Redeker, Dennis | 10-09-18 | 22:23
Human rights & data protection
GDPR came into force this year, and it has its direct consequences not only for Europe and or South Eastern Europe, but also for other countries. Will...
Marukhyan, Syuzan | 10-10-18 | 11:30

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