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Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021

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Submit your ideas in the Call for Issues!

The Call for Issues for EuroDIG2022 is open until December 31 on With the UN Internet Governance Forum just over, there are many relevant ideas and open questions to be discussed.

Each person or organisation can submit up to three topics relating to Internet governance from a European perspective. This is not a call for workshop proposals, rather, we want to find out what the key topics for next year should be. The more people contribute ideas, the more diverse the programme will become. More information and the submission form:


From December 6-10, this year’s Internet Governance Forum took place in Katowice and online. You can find the official output materials here:

The EuroDIG community gathered for a networking session which can be re-watched on Youtube:
Sandra Hoferichter, EuroDIG Secretary General, also moderated the NRI main session on the role of the Internet in times of crisis:

Have you spread the word about the EuroDIG messages at the IGF or in other fora? Let us know via!


We are happy to announce that YOUthDIG, EuroDIG’s programme for young people aged 18 to 30, will take place again in 2022, coordinated by Nadia Tjahja and shaped by a committee of former YOUthDIG participants. The Call for Applications starts on January 10.

The European Commission has declared 2022 the European Year of Youth, and YOUthDIG will certainly contribute by being a forum for capacity-building, networking, and advocacy in digital policy.

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