Registration

... for EuroDIG 2019 is open now.

Thanks to our sponsors EuroDIG is always free of charge but online registration for attending the event in June is mandatory.

Find below who already registered for EuroDIG 2019 (sorted by family name ascending):

  1. Abdel-Sadek, Dr.Adel – Arab Center for Cyberspace Research-ACCR
  2. Aghajanyan, Hovhannes – YOUthDIG / ISOC Armenia
  3. Amon, Cedric – Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
  4. Andreou, Andreas – Aequitas
  5. Bakhsoliani, Nika – Human Rights Education Youth Network
  6. Beglinger, Jacques – SwissHoldings - Federation of Industrial and Service Groups in Switzerland
  7. Berning, Vanessa – ECP
  8. Blažin?i?, Helena – A1 Hrvatska d.o.o., part of Telekom Austria Group
  9. Boujemi, Hanane – Tech Policy Tank
  10. Bringer, Olivier – European Commission
  11. Brouillette, Amy – Ranking Digital Rights
  12. Buckridge, Chris – RIPE NCC
  13. Bussemaker, Frits – I4ADA
  14. Castex, Lucien – Internet Society France
  15. Chammas, Michel – Youth IGF Lebanon
  16. Christopoulou, Maria – Safer Internet Organisation in Greece (Youth panel)
  17. Crépin-Leblond, Olivier – EURALO
  18. de Natris, Wout – De Natris Consult
  19. De Silva - Mitchell , Amali – Futurist Former WSIS CS
  20. Dimova, Anelia – Information Society Policy Expert
  21. Drew, Alexi – King's College London
  22. Firdaus, Firdausi – University of Barcelona
  23. Galstyan, Lianna – Armenia IGF/ISOC Armenia
  24. Gavrilovi?, Andrijana – DiploFoundation
  25. Gelhard, Robin – Dutch Standardisation Forum
  26. Graves, Roy – Caption First
  27. Hakobyan, Kristina – Global AM LLC
  28. Hatefi, Qais – Young European Federalists
  29. Hayden, Bernhard – epicenter.works
  30. Herring, Su Sonia – Youth IGF Turkey & SEEDIG
  31. Hoferichter, Sandra – EuroDIG
  32. Howard, Denton – INHOPE - Intl Assoc of Internet Hotlines
  33. Hurel, Louise Marie – Igarapé Institute
  34. Kirtsi, Maarja – Estonian Internet Foundation
  35. Koch, Peter – DENIC eG
  36. Koene, Ansgar – University of Nottingham
  37. Kurre, Collin – ARTICLE 19
  38. Kyryliuk, Olga – YouthDIG / The Influencer Platform
  39. Kyryliuk, Tetiana – The Influencer Platform
  40. Leißer, Liliane – YouthDIG
  41. Lotti, Marco – Geneva Internet Platform - Project Manager
  42. Ludden, Chloe – Jacques Delors Institute
  43. Marciuc, Alexei – IPI
  44. Marukhyan, Syuzan – UFSD/ARISC
  45. Mazzone, Giacomo – EBU-UER European Broadcasting Union
  46. Meissen, Eline – Dutch Government
  47. Misic, Jana – YouthDIG Org Team
  48. mulenga, Allan – CIRT AND ITU
  49. Oghia, Michael J. – Global Forum for Media Development
  50. Olausson, Kristina – ETNO
  51. Ostroff, David – University of Florida
  52. Ozturk, Umit – EuroMernet & NoHateSpeech.UK
  53. Pals, Auke – YouthDIG
  54. Paquin, Maxime – Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
  55. Pasaribu, Agita – UN-Youth IGF Indonesia
  56. Perotti, Elena – WAN-IFRA
  57. Polishchuk, Yuliia – Omega Security Services LLC
  58. Rodewald, Rainer – EuroDIG
  59. Romandash, Anna – SEEDIG
  60. Rossoglou, Kostas – YELP
  61. Scandol, Claudia – Other
  62. Scherrer, Dominik – Council of Europe
  63. Schweiger, Joerg – DENIC
  64. Shrestha, Santosh Kumar – Helen Foundation
  65. Shrestha, Suraj – Helen Foundation
  66. Sickinghe, Feyo – Bird & Bird
  67. Simon, Maarten – SIDN
  68. Simonyan, Hamlet – Yerevan State University/ Youth Empower Lab NGO
  69. SSEMBAJWE, JONATHAN – RIGHTS OF YOUNG FOUNDATION
  70. Stadnik, Ilona – Saint-Petersburg State University
  71. STEFAN, Veronica – Digital Citizens Romania, Think Tank
  72. Stell, James – Data Matters
  73. SULA, Oliana – University "Aleksander Moisiu" Durres/Estonian Business School
  74. Tjahja, Nadia – Sunium | Youth Coalition on Internet Governance
  75. van der Bijl, Robert – Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO)
  76. van Holst, Walter – PBLQ
  77. van Rhijn, Arnold – Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (NL)
  78. Vorbau, Sabrina – European Schoolnet
  79. WABALA, BRIAN – Youth Coalition for Internet Governance
  80. Walpen, Livia – Swiss Federal Office of Communications

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