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Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021

EuroDIG News

The 2021 Internet Governance Forum is starting on Monday with a diverse programme. If you have not already, we encourage you to register to participate.

We also encourage you to put on your “EuroDIG glasses” while you participate in IGF sessions! With the 2021 EuroDIG messages, we have a European resource for the many digital policy discussions that are going to take place next week. You can find the messages on our website or in pdf format.

While last week, the EuroDIG Secretariat was looking forward to travel to Katowice to participate onsite, due to the new developments regarding Covid variants we have taken the decision, to move all of our activities at the IGF online.

Even fully online, we invite the whole EuroDIG Community to join us for our networking session on Thursday, December 9 at 12:30 CET with guests Marina Kaljurand, Tatiana Tropina and Yrjö Länsipuro.

The European Internet Forum holds an IGF preparatory meeting tomorrow, December 2 16:30 CET with speakers Sandra Hoferichter, Marina Kaljurand, Pearse O'Donohue and more.

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