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Wednesday, Sep. 22, 2021

EuroDIG News

With EuroDIG2021 now being more than two months behind us, we are sharing our findings of the second virtual meeting in a report. From the technicalities of hosting to participants' feedback, we tried to capture what worked well and what we learned for future meetings and on different modes of participation. You can read and download the report on our website (pdf).


In the last newsletter, we announced a EuroDIG Extra on the topic of Delay-Tolerant Networks. This event has been postponed into October, we will announce the exact date shortly.

This week, the Internet Governance Forum Town Hall was held to discuss the hybrid format of IGF2021 in Katowice, taking place December 6-10. The stream of the meeting is available on YouTube. The registration for IGF2021 is open:

Last week, IGF Germany took place in a hybrid format. The stream is available in The event was held in German.

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