Call for issues (not for sessions)

1 October – 8 December 2019

Which issues should be discussed in Europe in 2020?

During a joint call – for EuroDIG and SEEDIGthe South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance – we are asking for issues (not for session proposals) of high interest to many stakeholders across Europe.

In order to structure the proposals we suggested the following categories:

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 or organisation, only the last three proposals will be considered.

Overarching theme for EuroDIG 2020

The overarching theme for EuroDIG 2020 is: “Towards a sustainable governance of the Internet” – and is aligning with the themes that have been identified by the EuroScience Open Forum. We would welcome if your proposal for EuroDIG could take this focus into consideration.

List of proposals for 2020

Innovation and economic issues
Personal Information Management Systems (PIMS) In today’s data-driven economy, data subjects are left alone in a wild-west dominated by large...
PEREZ SUBIAS, MIGUEL | 10-23-19 | 11:23
Media & content
Regulatory policies & their impact on the media landscape in SEE region: how Internet regulators influence investigators, whistleblowers, and how lack...
Romandash, Anna | 10-28-19 | 19:44
Human rights & data protection
The revolutions in biotech and info-tech are made by engineers, scientists, start ups and they are not aware of the political implications of their...
Pecova Ilieska , Liljana | 10-28-19 | 21:34
Security & crime
Stop the Child Industry
Andersson, Eva Christina | 11-05-19 | 18:45
Access & literacy
Most IG issues have not been perceived and understood despite the many governance regulations and control. Today like never before the Internet...
Yongho, Shiwoh | 11-11-19 | 06:20

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