Main Topic 2 2023
20 June 2023 | 14:30 - 17:45 EEST | Main auditorium |
Consolidated programme 2023 overview / Main Topic 2
These sessions examines the risk of globally interoperable networks splintering into isolated islands – and to what extent it has already been realized. Avoiding fragmentation is professed as a common goal, but it may mean different things to different actors and at different layers of the network. Autocratic governments try to close their “information space” for political reasons by all means, but even well-meaning efforts by democratic ones may have unintended consequences and lead to fragmentation.
Shaping the Main Topic
Watch the recording on Shaping this Main Topic from 3rd March, 14:30 – 16:00 CET
- Tatiana Tropina
- Yrjö Länsipuro
The Subject Matter Experts (SME) support the programme planning process throughout the year and work closely with the Secretariat. They give advice on the topics that correspond to their expertise, cluster the proposals and assist session organisers in their work. They also ensure that session principles are followed and monitor the complete programme to avoid repetition.