+++ DIGital futures: promises and pitfalls +++ 6-7 June 2017, Tallinn +++

Thank you Estonia!

The 10th EuroDIG is history. From 6th-7th June around 600 participants have been warmly welcomed in Tallinn by the digital citizens of Estonia. We are looking back to two days of inspiring discussions, knowledge exchange and networking and, not to forget, an incredible birthday party!

Thanks to all who contributed to EuroDIG 2017 especially our host, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia, the Estonian Internet Foundation, all Focal Points, Org Teams and those who contributed to the European Dialogue!

Besides the EuroDIG programme a number of pre and side events on day zero 5th June and the High Level Group on Internet Governance Meeting on 8th June were enriching the meeting.

Session reports will be uploaded during the next days as well as transcripts for workshop and plenary sessions. Videos and pictures are already available. We will be compiling the “Messages from Tallinn” to be forwarded to the UN IGF and distributed among key institutions within Europe.

Hello Georgia!

EuroDIG is not a conference; it is a year round dialogue on politics and digitisation across the whole European continent which culminates in an annual event. Therefore beyond EuroDIG is just before the next EuroDIG and we are now looking forward to Tbilisi in Georgia.

As usual the call for topics for the next EuroDIG programme will start on 1st October until 31st December. More about the EuroDIG process

Youth participation matters!

Besides encouraging the European youth to join the org teams we will organised 2  pre-events helping young people to get familiar with the topics discussed during EuroDIG. Youths residing in all European countries were encouraged to apply for a fellowship and proactively represent the European youth throughout the EuroDIG process. Learn more...

Who was attending?

Around 600 participants from all stakeholder groups picked up their badge, including some Very Interesting People like:

  • Dalia Grybauskaitė, President of Lithuania
  • Erna Solberg, Norwegian Prime Minister
  • Giorgi  Cherkezishvili, Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
  • Göran Marby, CEO and President of ICANN
  • Kersti Kaljulaid, President of Estonia
  • Larry Strickling, Former Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Marina Kaljurand, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia and now Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace
  • Pearse O'Donohue, Acting Director for Future Networks, DG CONNECT, European Commission
  • Peter Eriksson, Swedish Minister Enterprise and Innovation
  • Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC Vice President of Global Policy Development
  • Siim Sikkut, Chief Information Officer of Estonia
  • Sven Mikser, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia
  • Just to mention a few of them

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