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Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021

EuroDIG News

Call for Issues for EuroDIG2022 is open!

Every year, the EuroDIG programme is planned in a collaborative, open, and community-driven manner. The first step in this process starts now, and we need your input in order to identify what topics have to be on next year‘s agenda.

EuroDIG2022 will take place in June, but already now, until December 31, you can submit your questions and ideas for discussion in our Call for Issues.

Everyone can contribute up to three suggestions via this simple online form. We are not looking for workshop formats, talk submissions, or ideas on the programme structure. Rather, we would like to know from your perspective: which topics and thematic areas are going to be on Europe‘s digital policy agenda? Which issue do you want to see discussed at EuroDIG2022? Let us know!


Security and Crime – A Decade of Change

Cybersecurity issues have been high on the agenda of all Internet stakeholders since the term “Internet governance” was first coined nearly 20 years ago. Naturally, it also has been on EuroDIG‘s agendas since its beginning in 2008. In our new publication „Security and Crime – A Decade of Change“, EuroDIG Subject Matter Expert and Assistant Professor in Cybersecurity Governance at Leiden University, Tatiana Tropina, analyzes how topics, structures and messages of related EuroDIG formats have evolved and changed over the years. You can find the paper here (pdf) or on our Publications page, along with other resources.

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