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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Youth IGF Russia

The First Youth Russian Internet Governance Forum is going to take place on 6 April, 2021. In this virtual event, participants from across the globe will be able to discuss the development of the digital cooperation and youth-related aspects of Internet governance, as well as to share their ideas and solutions. You can find more information and the registration on

Call for Org Teams

EuroDIG2021 is happening in three months already (June 28-30, 2021), and we invite you to join one or more Org Team(s) in order to leave your mark on this year’s programme and actively contribute to the sessions that interest you most. How to do so? Just have a look at the consolidated programme on the EuroDIGWiki and find the section “Get involved” on the session pages. By signing up to the mailing list linked there, you’ll become part of the collaborative Org Team of that session.

We wish happy Easter holidays and happy Passover to all those who celebrate!

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