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Feb. 9, 2023

EuroDIG News

Last chance – YOUthDIG application closes tomorrow!

Young people from all over Europe can still apply until February 10 to participate in YOUthDIG – our pre-event for youth, which will take place June 16-19 in Tampere, Finland and includes participation in EuroDIG (June 19-21) as well.

During YOUthDIG participants learn about Internet Governance, and discuss and exchange ideas with experienced internet policy practitioners but also experience peer-to-peer learning and networking. They will be actively involved by developing policy messages and present at EuroDIG, but also the global IGF.

More information and the application form can be found here:


Public Planning Meeting – Recording is available

On February 2, the EuroDIG community exchanged on the program and strategic questions for this year. If you weren’t able to participate or would like to re-watch parts of the agenda, you can do so on the EuroDIG Youtube channel.

A summary and other documents can be found here:


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