Planning meeting

1 February 2018 in Tbilisi, Georgia

Discuss the programme and the overarching theme

The public planning meeting will take place on 1 February 2018 at Technopark (GITA), Innovations Str. 7, Okrokana, Tbilisi, Georgia. During the meeting the clustering of all proposal, the overarching theme and a first draft programme will be discussed. Furthermore the draft programme is open for comments until 15 February 2018. Please send your comments to the EuroDIG Secretariat.

Participants of the planning meeting agreed on the overarching theme for EuroDIG 2018: Innovative strategies for our digital future.

Recording

Who did register?

  1. Sandra Hofericher, EuroDIG
  2. Sandro Karumidze, Internet Society – Georgia Chapter
  3. Raj Mittal, Inventra
  4. Anupkamal Bishwakarma, Dalit Welfare Association (DWA)
  5. Olga Kyryliuk, NGO “Digital Defenders Partners”
  6. Ucha Seturi, Telecom Operators Association of Georgia / CEO
  7. Chris Buckridge, RIPE NCC
  8. Amali De Silva - Mitchell, Futurist (UK citizen) former CS WSIS PrepComs NA co-ord
  9. Olatunji David, African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU-ECOSOCC)
  10. Alexandra Kulikova, ICANN
  11. Natali Saginashvili, Small and Medium Telecom Operators Association of Georgia
  12. Dima Khurtsia
  13. Rainer Rodewald, EuroDIG
  14. Raphael Beauregard-Lacroix, Sciences Po Paris
  15. Ketevan Kochladze, Youth And Environment Europe YEE
  16. Nata Goderdzishvili, Data Exchange Agency, Ministry of Justice of Georgia
  17. NIkoloz Gagnidze, Data Exchange Agency, Ministry of Justice of Georgia
  18. David Jinjikhadze, LEPL Children and Youth National Center
  19. Jörn Erbguth, University of Geneva, Geneva School of Diplomacy
  20. Michael Rotert, eco Association of the Internet Industry, Germany
  21. Andrea Beccalli, ICANN
  22. Fulvia Abbondante, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  23. Michael Zoebisch, rwzh Rechtsanwaelte
  24. Anna Romandash, Digital Communications Network
  25. Levan Avalishvili, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information
  26. Veronica Mocanu, State University of Moldova
  27. Sorina Teleanu, DiploFoundation/SEEDIG
  28. Maarit Palovirta, Internet Society
  29. Filip Vukovinski, ČlovëekProjeqt – strategic business, technology and creative consultancy
  30. AFOLABI MICHEAL OJO, AKINADE NIGERIA LIMITED
  31. Elisha Olatunji David, African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU-ECOSOCC)
  32. Natali Saginashvili, TOA
  33. Maka Ghaniashvili, Small and Medium Telecom Operators Association of Georgia
  34. Concettina Cassa, AGID
  35. Ana Khitaridze, TOA
  36. Lianna Galstyan, ISOC AM/Armenia IGF
  37. Daviti Zukhbaia, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  38. Sophie Tvalavadze, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  39. Eka Kubusidze, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  40. Vladimer Svanadze, Chairman of the Board at "Internet Development Initiative - IDI"
  41. Kamal Uddin Faridi, 22 Four International Corporation
  42. Irene Portela, Polytechnic Institute of Cavado and Ave
  43. Giorgi Jokhadze, Project Manager, Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe
  44. Irakli Esartia, LLC Veon Georgia
  45. Nino Samvelidze, EU Delegation to Georgia
  46. Kristina Olausson, ETNO - European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association
  47. Jim Prendergast, The Galway Strategy Group
  48. Claudia Scandol, Young European Leadership
  49. Virginija Balciunaite, Young European Leadership
  50. Thomas Schneider, OFCOM
  51. Desiree Miloshevic, Afilias PLC
  52. Mariami Joglidze, Project Development Manager of UG IT
  53. Mark Carvell, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) - United Kingdom Government
  54. Mariam Tsertsvadze, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  55. Mariami Chkhikvishvili, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  56. Giorgi Dapkviashvili, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  57. Guram Keleptrishvili, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  58. Jemal Vashakidze, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  59. Mari Rukhadze, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  60. Sulkhan Sulkhanishvili, Head of IT department at school of IT, Mathematics and Engineering
  61. Livia Walpen, Swiss Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM)
  62. Margus Gering, Estonian Embassy in Tbilisi
  63. Jürgo Loo, Estonian Embassy in Tbilisi
  64. Ana Gugushvili, Georgia's Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA)
  65. Xianhong Hu, UNESCO
  66. Adam Peake, ICANN

Agenda

1 February 2018 – Public Planning Meeting

Venue:Technopark (GITA), Innovations Str. 7, Okrokana, Tbilisi, Georgia

Attendees:open to all interested Europeans

9:00  Registration
9:30-10:00Opening
  • Host welcome and opening remarks
  • EuroDIG 2018 – aims and objectives (institutional partners)
  • Presentation of the  programme planning process and Q&A
10:00-12:00Subject Matter Experts are presenting the clustering of proposals
12:00-13:00Lunch

13:00-15:30Evaluation of the draft programme /  finding an overarching theme for EuroDIG 2018

15:30-16:00Coffee

16:00-17:00EuroDIG next steps
  • Milestones and timelines
  • Pre- and side-events
  • AOB
  • Summary of the discussion