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Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022

EuroDIG News

EuroDIG at IGF 2022 – Save the Date!

We are organizing a Town Hall Session at the Internet Governance Forum on Thursday, December 1, 13:15-14:15 UTC and we are inviting all EuroDIG stakeholders to join the discussion on the outcomes of EuroDIG in Trieste and how EuroDIG 2023 im Tampere will address the theme “Internet in troubled times”.

You can participate either online or onsite in Addis Ababa. Add the session to your calendar here. Make sure to be registered for the IGF. We are looking forward to the exchange!

We are also present with a booth at the IGF Village, that can be visited both physically and virtually. More information about our IGF activities will be disseminated in next week’s newsletter.

European Internet Forum: IGF preparatory meeting

On November 15, the European Internet Forum is holding a preparatory online meeting to exchange on the most relevant topics for Europe (check out the Messages from Trieste), provide an update on IGF activities relevant for members of parliaments, and discuss the European Stakeholder Consultation to the Global Digital Compact.

You can find more information and the event registration here.

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