High-Level Expert Webinar: Digital Commons and Digital Sovereignty

Digital Commons are among the core assets to pursue Europe’s Digital Sovereignty. Several initiatives and calls for actions are gaining traction, striving to bring real benefits to individuals and organisations by ensuring open, inclusive and decentralised access to digital resources in line with the core principles and action of the Next Generation Internet (NGI) Initiative. However, in order to ensure that such approaches can grow and become viable alternatives over the current concentration of Internet resources, it is crucial to pull resources. Therefore, policymakers, regulators, public authorities and all other relevant players in the internet arena must converge to define collaboration policies and targeted institutional and financial plans to guarantee interoperability and community governance.

The main objectives of the webinar:

  • Discuss priorities for Europe to support an open, free, global, interoperable, reliable, and secure Internet.
  • Explore the latest evolution of Digital Commons initiatives and relevant European policy-driven efforts.
  • Discuss the role of the Next Generation Internet initiative as a way to foster Digital Commons and European Digital Sovereignty.
  • Increase collaboration among all European players at work on Digital Commons.

The webinar will be moderated by Dr Monique Calisti, CEO Martel Innovate, Director NGI Outreach Office.

The webinar will take place on 31 January 2023 at 14:30h - 16:30h CET.

For more info about the webinar and the agenda, please check the event page at https://www.ngi.eu/event/high-level-expert-webinar-digital-commons-and-digital-sovereignty/.


Additional Information

High-Level Expert Webinar: Digital Commons and Digital Sovereignty

Event host: NGI4ALL.E project - www.ngi.eu

The event will be recorded.

The information provided during registration will be used solely for the purpose of organizing the event and will not be shared with third parties, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).