EuroDIG 2019: Discussion on Online Harms

THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS, 19-20 June 2019 One year later and Sunium was back to EuroDIG to organise a panel session titled Tackling online harms – a regulation minefield? Present and future. EuroDIG, or the European Dialogue on Internet Governance is an inclusive multi-stakeholder platform that occurs annually in a different European city. The essence of this meeting is to debate and exchange thoughts about the Internet and how it is (or should be) governed. 

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OECD Forum “World in EMotion” 2019

PARIS, FRANCE, 20-21 May Only months after Internet Governance Forum and GovTech Summit, Team Sunium returned to Paris. This time, the French capital gathered high-level participants and speakers for a 2-day public engagement event, where the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) hosted its 20th forum “World in EMotion” at the OECD Conference Center.

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YEiV 2019: Embracing complexity to build a strong voice of the youth

DENMARK, 6-12 May 2019 Young Europe is Voting” (YEiV) gathered 200 young people from across 22 European countries to meet in Denmark and share their dreams and visions that finalised in a set of calls to action for the next European Parliament. In the light of the upcoming elections Sunium has advocated for a more systematic and holistic approach in shaping the youth vision. 

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Who can best govern a fictitious country?

FEBRUARY ECOPOLICY COMPETITION Throughout February Sunium held its first online Ecopolicy competition among former Syntegration participants. They were invited to participate to connect young bright minds and see whether they can overcome cultural differences, social origins and educational backgrounds and use interconnected thinking to find solutions to interdisciplinary governance issues.

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Sunium Anniversary Celebration: From Complexities to Future Perspectives

HOOFDDORP, THE NETHERLANDS, 6 April 2019 To celebrate the social enterprise’s Anniversary, Sunium held a full day event with “Thinking in Complexities” workshop and an evening celebration in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.

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Diplomacy that builds bridges

THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS, 30 January 2019 Sunium was present at the annual Ambassadors Conference that brought together nearly 150 Dutch ambassadors and general consulates from all over the world. We met the inspiring ambassadors to Lithuania, Sri Lanka and Bosnia and Herzegovina during a series of speed dates.

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Internet Governance Forum 2018

PARIS, FRANCE, 12-14 November 2018 Sunium was present and co-organised two sessions at this years Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Paris 12-14 November. IGF serves as a global platform that facilitates discussion between different multi-stakeholders to tackle challenges and opportunities for the future of Internet.

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Paris Peace Forum – a new international meeting  

PARIS, FRANCE, 11 – 13 November 2018 100 years after the First World War; civil society, private businesses, world leaders and international institutions met in Paris to inaugurate the first Paris Peace Forum. The Forum had the aim to bring stakeholders together to strengthen multilateralism and international cooperation in order to create the first platform for solutions to international challenges. 

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Sunium brings Systems Thinking and Modelling to Future Policy Makers

WARSAW, POLAND, 10 November 2018 Dr. Constantin Malik and Nadia Tjahja organised a full-day workshop on “Understanding the relevance of interconnectivity and complexity” at the College of Europe at Natolin.

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