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The Pan-European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) is an open platform for informal, inclusive and bottom up discussions on public policy issues related to the Internet. The aim of EuroDIG is to foster the engagement of Europeans in a multistakeholder dialogue in order to share their expertise and best practices and, where possible, identify common ground. It brings together national perspectives and applies and shape European values. It is the place to initiate discussions – not necessarily to finalise them – and therefore a decision shaping not a decision making initiative.

The year-round process culminates in an annual event.

EuroDIG 2024 – Balancing innovation and regulation

June 17–19 in Vilnius, Lithuania.


EuroDIG 2024 – Balancing innovation and regulation is going to take place from June 17–19 in Vilnius, Lithuania! It will be hosted by the Communications Regulatory Authority of Lithuania (RRT) in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Lithuania and Public Institution GoVilnius.

We are joining forces with the Baltic Domain Days 2024, which take place at the same location and at the same time.


EuroDIG is organised in a bottom-up manner. The programme is created by all stakeholders comprising a considerable number of representatives from civil society, the business sector, the technical and academic community as well as European governments, institutions and organisations. The programme planning process and the organisation of the annual EuroDIG event is facilitated by the secretariat of the EuroDIG Support Association. They also handle all association matters i.e. administrative oversight, governance and budgetary matters.

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