YOUthDIG 2022 webinar 01

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30 April 2022 | 10:00-12:00 CEST
YOUthDIG 2022 programme

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Working title: Kick-off Webinar

Session teaser

During the first webinar of YOUthDIG 2022, we will introduce the Org Team and they will share their YOUthDIG experiences. This is followed by a lecture by Regina Filipová Fuchsová who will give an introduction to Internet Governance and Dimitar Lilkov who will give an introduction to European Digital Policies. We will then go into breakout rooms where the participants will meet other participants with similar themed interests to start preparing for a group presentation in week 3.


Lectures with Q&A

Further reading

1/ The .eu Acadamy page

2/ Information about what .eu is about

3/ .eu Live talks: Back to the future – the .eu 15th anniversary talk Taking your business online AI in your business – why, where, and how?

4/ Upcoming digital files

5/ A Europe fit for a digital age


Focal Point: Nadia Tjahja

Key Contributors:

Regina Filipová Fuchsová Regina joined EURid, the .eu, .ею and .ευ registry, in 2007 as the Regional Manager Central Europe based in Prague, the Czech Republic. Her responsibilities included business development and registrar relations areas. Recently, she took over the role of the Industry Relations Manager. Previously, she worked at the Czech NREN Cesnet as the Deputy Director for Economic Affairs. She holds a PhD in International Economic Relations from the University of Economics in Prague and a master degree in Law from the Palacky University in Olomouc, CZ. She completed a post-graduate master programme in European studies in Krems an der Donau, AT.

Dimitar Lilkov Dimitar is a Senior Research Officer at the Martens Centre. On digital policy, the respective research topics include novel European regulation in the online domain (AI Act, Digital Markets Act, Digital Services Act), privacy, disinformation, as well as technological competition with the People`s Republic of China. Dimitar`s professional résumé features also the EU Committee of the Regions and the European Parliament. He has a Master`s Degree in Politics and Government in the EU from the London School of Economics and holds a BA in International Relations from Sofia University.