Open mic: COVID-19 in retrospective – Pre 10 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the most drastic events of recent years, affecting almost all countries and social groups in Europe and confronting them with incredible challenges. Alongside the evident challenges in the public health system, as well as some serious societal developments, the pandemic also brings numerous internet governance issues to the forefront. Due to the strong involvement of the entire society with the dialogue around this topic, we would like to facilitate an exchange that is as encompassing as possible. Our major goal is to provide a platform and voice for every demographic and stakeholder group to share their experience. These experiences will then be discussed in a panel “COVID-19 – THE Gamechanger?!” by a group of experts.
Until 20 May 2021.
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The session will be held in an open mic format. Each live participant will be given the opportunity to briefly and succinctly share their experience of the past year in relation to COVID-19.
In addition, video messages (no longer than 90 seconds) are also welcome. These can be shared in advance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All inputs will be incorporated into the subsequent panel discussion “COVID-19 – THE Gamechanger?!”.
Links to relevant websites, declarations, books, documents. Please note we cannot offer web space, so only links to external resources are possible. Example for an external link: Main page of EuroDIG
Until 20 Mai 2021.
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- Marcel Krummenauer
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- Marcel Krummenauer, Youth IGF Germany
- Minda Moreira, Internet Rights and Principles Coalition
- Roberto Gaetano, EURALO
- André Melancia
- Daniil Golubew
- Alex Culliere
- Desara Dushi, Vrije University Brussels
- Fotjon Kosta, Coordinator of Albania IGF
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