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Tuesday, Sep. 20, 2022

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Messages from Trieste

The messages from EuroDIG 2022, which took place June 20-22 in Italy and online, are now final. They were drafted in four focus areas which all spanned across several sessions and formats, and also contain the Youth Messages from this year’s YOUthDIG participants. You can find the document including all messages and impressions from the meeting on the EuroDIG website or download the PDF directly here

Important dates

October 7, 2022 - Deadline to contribute to the European stakeholder consultation on the Global Digital Compact. Find out more here.

October 31, 2022 - Deadline to submit proposals in the Call for Issues for EuroDIG 2023 in Finland. Contribute your ideas here.

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