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Tuesday, July 13, 2021

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703 people registered to participate in EuroDIG2021, and based on their input we have now analyzed who was part of this year’s event.

Over half were newcomers who have never participated before. 10% of participants were government representatives, the biggest stakeholder group was civil society with 23% of participants self-identifying as such.

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