Planning meeting

15 January 2019 in The Hague, Netherlands

Discuss the programme and the overarching theme

The public planning meeting took place on 15 January 2019 in the New Babylon Meeting Center in The Hague.

During this meeting the clustering of all proposal, the overarching theme and a first draft programme was discussed.

The EuroDIG community proposed an overarching theme for EuroDIG 2019. Considering the feedback we received during the public comment period the theme has slightly be changed to Cooperating in the Digital Age, highlighting the opportunities of multi-stakeholder processes.

The consolidated programme you can find here.

Recording and pictures

Meeting documents

Who did register?

  1. AIGBEDION , HOPE IMHARIAGBE – EXPRESSION NOW HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE
  2. ALOHAN, SIMON IKPONMWOSA – EXPRESSION NOW HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE
  3. APPIAH-KUBI, BENJAMIN – INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER ORGANISATION FOR WOMEN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
  4. Baahe Dadde, Sanoussi – Internet Society Niger
  5. Berning, Vanessa – ECP
  6. Bishwakarma, Anupkamal – Dalit Welfare Association (DWA)
  7. Bonthuis, Marjolijn – ECP / NLIGF
  8. Bostan, Marius Raul – FNTM
  9. Botterman, Maarten – GNKS Consult / ICANN Board
  10. Broos, Nynke – Security Policy Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands
  11. Buckridge, Chris – RIPE NCC
  12. Bussemaker, Frits – Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age (I4ADA)
  13. Carvell, Mark – United Kingdom Government - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
  14. Cassa, Concettina – AgID
  15. Coskunoglu, Osman – ISOC Turkey Chapter
  16. Crépin-Leblond, Olivier – EURALO
  17. de Natris, Wout – De Natris Consult
  18. De Silva - Mitchell , Amali – Futurist
  19. DONCK, FREDERIC – Internet Society
  20. Dushi, Desara – University of Luxembourg and University of Bologna
  21. Ekpe, Sonigitu – Ministry of International Development Cooperation
  22. Elefante, Enrico – APICE
  23. Erbguth, Jörn – University of Geneva / University of Zurich / independent consultant
  24. Faridi, Kamal – 22 Four International Corporation
  25. Franklin, Marianne – Internet Rights and Principles Coalition
  26. Garcia-van Hoogstraten, Catherine – Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Cybersecurity Law and Policy, ICT Law, Public Sector Innovation, Faculty of Public Management, Law and Security - The Hague University of Applied Sciences
  27. Grob, Thomas – Deutsche Telekom AG
  28. Hamciuc , Iuliana – Raiffeisen Bank
  29. Hatada, Yohko – EMLS RI (Evolution of Mind Life Society Research Institute)
  30. Hoferichter, Sandra – EuroDIG
  31. Hurel, Louise Marie – NCUC/ICANN
  32. Hyrka, Nick – Internet Society
  33. IJESUOSEHMWEN, VICTORY OSASERE – EXPRESSION NOW HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE
  34. Isavnin, Alexander – Internet Protection Society
  35. Jitea, Marius – Council of Europe
  36. Kamberi, Arvin – DiploFoundation
  37. Kettemann, Matthias – Leibniz Institute for Media Research - Hans-Bredow-Institut, Hamburg
  38. Koch, Peter – DENIC eG
  39. Koene, Ansgar – University of Nottingham
  40. Kosta, Fotjon – Coordinator of Albania IGF AlbIGF
  41. Krystof, David – German Youth IGF
  42. Kyritsis, Charalampos – SEEDIG
  43. Kyryliuk, Olga – The Influencer Platform
  44. Länsipuro, Yrjö – ISOC Finland
  45. LICHTNER, Nina – Council of Europe
  46. Mahdavi, Ahmad – Entomologist/ ecotoxicologist, ICT for agriculture and environment/ professor emeritus at University of Tehran
  47. Makaryan, Anna – ISOC Am Chapter, Concern Dialog Law Firm, Saege Consultants
  48. Mazzone, Giacomo – EBU-UER European Broadcasting Union
  49. Misic, Jana – SEEDIG
  50. Moscatelli, Esmeralda – IFLA
  51. OGBEIDE, CHURCHILL NOSA – EXPRESSION NOW HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE
  52. Oghia, Michael – Global Forum for Media Development
  53. OKEDARA, SUNDAY SOLOMON – EXPRESSION NOW HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE
  54. Olausson, Kristina – ETNO - European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association
  55. ORIAZOWAN, LUCKY JOHN – EXPRESSION NOW HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE
  56. Oualite , Salima – The municipality of The Hague
  57. Pals, Auke – YouthDIG
  58. Peake, Adam – ICANN
  59. PEREZ SUBIAS, MIGUEL – SPAIN INTERNET USERS ASSOCIATION
  60. Prendergast, Jim – The Galway Strategy Group
  61. Rodewald, Rainer – EuroDIG
  62. Rotert, Michael – eco
  63. Salvino, Daphne – Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy of the Netherlands
  64. Sathnur, Ashwini – United Nations Development Programme
  65. Schauermann, Elisabeth – EuroDIG
  66. Schneider, Thomas – BAKOM
  67. Simon, Maarten – SIDN
  68. Smith, Nikolis – Private Sector
  69. Tjahja, Nadia – Sunium/YCIG
  70. Tropina, Tatiana – Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law
  71. Van der Laan, Lousewies – NL ICT
  72. Van Heesewijk, Mieke – Ok
  73. VAN HOYTEMA , Boris – Foundation For Public Code
  74. van Rhijn, Arnold – Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy of the Netherlands
  75. Vergne, Antoine – Missions Publiques
  76. Vorbau, Sabrina – European Schoolnet
  77. Wu, Kuo – NIIEPA

Agenda

14th January 2019 - Networking at Millers
starting at 19:00 (on a self paying basis)

15th January 2019 – Public Planning Meeting

Venue:New Babylon Meeting Center,
Anna van Buerenplein 29,
3rd floor, room number 3.6,
2595 DA Den Haag,
Netherlands
Attendees:open to all interested stakeholders
9:00  Registration
9:30-10:00Opening
  • Host welcome and opening remarks
  • EuroDIG 2019 – 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
  • Thematic categories / 5 min each category
  • Additional programme input and new programme elements
  • Presentation and discussion of the draft programme outline
12:00-13:00Lunch
13:00-15:30Evaluation of the draft programme / finding an overarching theme for EuroDIG 2019
15:30-16:00Coffee
16:00-17:00EuroDIG next steps
  • Session roles and principles
  • AOB
  • Summary of the discussion
17:00-18:00Farewell with snacks

Host 2019

in cooperation with

Institutional Partners