Colloquium European Societies in digital Age

The „Colloquium European Societies in digital Age“ sets up an infrastructure for transnational discourse on the challenges of digital societies. The colloquium is a cooperation of the „Gustav Streseman Institut„, the Slow Media Institut, the „Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung“ and the EU Commission. Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, is patron of the Colloquium.

The aim of the project is to share experiences and sum up knowledge about the challenges European countries face in digital times and to find ways how to create good and democratically stable digital societies in Europe.

The Colloquium is built on three pillars:

  1. Satellite events in EU Member States to gather information on the relevant challenges and the current status of the digital society and to build up a transnational network
  2. Transnational video conferences with experts for sharing international experiences and knowledge
  3. Annually European conventions at the GSI with international experts and project partners coming together to exchange ideas and build a strong European network

Kick-Off: the Convention in june 2018

The first Convention in 2018 will be held on 25th-26th. june 2018 at Gustav Stresemann Institute Bonn. It will be the kick-off for the project and includes panels, talks and workshops tackling the challenges of European digital societies from different points of view. National and international speakers, organisations and guests will meet and discuss. The convention is funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung), Germany. Member of the European Parliament Axel Voss will open the two-day conference with a keynote.

Please register for the convention here.

The project is still open for national and international partners. You are welcome to get in touch if you have any suggestions and ideas that will inspire and enrich the colloquium, the network or the convention.

Please contact us:
Michael Münz (Gustav Stresemann Institut)
Sabria David (Slow Media Institut)

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