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Monday, Nov. 2, 2020
Virtual IGF starts today!

The 15th (and first virtual) United Nation’s Internet Governance Forum starts today, and we invite you to join us and the global Internet Governance community. The deadline for the event registration has been extended throughout the meeting, you can sign up here and also find more information on how to participate.

If you want a bit of guidance for effective virtual participation, we can point you to this resource by Sandra Hoferichter and Marcel Krummenauer.

EuroDIG is going to be present at the Internet Governance Forum in several formats. We have assembled a list of sessions that we host or give input to. We hope many of you can join us!

· November 3, 7:30-9:00 UTC

EuroDIG Open Forum – We will reflect on the outcomes of EuroDIG2020 and discuss how the EuroDIG messages can become more influential and relevant

· November 3, 9:30-10:45 UTC

As a continuation of the Open Forum, we invite you to brainstorm with us on ways to further explore the topic Greening Internet governance - Environmental sustainability and digital transformation (in the same room as the Open Forum)

· November 12, 17:50-19:20 UTC

Main Session: Digital Cooperation

· November 13, 16:50-18:20 UTC

NRI Main Session: The Role of the Internet in Emergency Situations

· November 16, 11:20-12:10 UTC

EuroDIG Get Together

· Additionally, we also have a virtual booth in the IGF Village. Just let us know via when you want to drop by for a chat!

The IGF also is a good way to get inspirations for the EuroDIG2021 Call for Issues, which is already open on the EuroDIG website! Make sure to submit your ideas until December 6.

EuroDIG Secretariat
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