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The Pan-European dialogue on Internet governance (EuroDIG) will take place on 30-31 May in Belgrade, Serbia.


The programme of the meeting is available here. Issues such as privacy and anonymity, freedom of speech, digital literacy and emerging internet services and bisiness models, to name just a few, will be discussed.


Several factors may hamper physical attendance to the EuroDIG, such as professional commitments and travel costs. But staying in your home city does not mean that it is not possible to follow the debates. There will be interactive channels for e-participation. You can follow the discussions from home, watching the webcast of the event and participating in chat. But it is also possible to organize EuroDig hubs.


What are the Hubs?

The hubs are local meetings that take place in parallel with the main meeting. People can watch the webcast together and send questions (text or video) that will be answered by panelists in EuroDIG. In addition, hub organizers can hold debates to discuss the themes introduced at the Eurodig, but from a local perspective. There are several advantages in creating a hub: it helps to raise awareness about Internet Governance issues, it fosters networking among participants and community building and it encourages follow-up activities.


To learn more about the hubs and to register a hub, please visit: http://www.eurodig.org/eurodig-2011/information/remote-participation


If you have any questions, please contact:

Marília Maciel: mmaciel@eurodig.org

Bernard Sadaka: bsadaka@eurodig.org

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