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Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2022

EuroDIG News

Contribute to the Call for Issues until December 31

You can still make proposals for topics at EuroDIG 2023 (June 19-21) until December 31 on the EuroDIG website. The form was kept open to allow for more inputs following the announcement of the overarching theme “Internet in troubled times: risk, resilience, hope”. We hope you are inspired to contribute your ideas in the upcoming days!


Next milestone: Public Planning Meeting

The next opportunity to discuss the topics and programme structure will be the yearly public planning meeting, which is going to be held in late January or early February 2023. The date will be announced soon after our return and the registration link will be shared in mid-January.


Season’s greetings!

The EuroDIG Secretariat wishes joyous holidays to all who celebrate and a happy start to 2023! We will be back in office in January.

In the meantime, let us point you to:

- the European stakeholder consultation to the Global Digital Compact:

- the public consultation on the implementation of the Digital Markets Act


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