How do we want digital transformation to look like in Europe?
This question comes with implications in many different sectors and it is crucial to find answers that include all level and areas of society. Therefore, the on-line event “The Future of Digital Transformation in Europe” will discuss with relevant stakeholders the status quo of digital transformation policies in Europe.
The event is also an invitation to organisations across Europe to join the Crowdsourcing platform! They can present their ideas about what priorities they think the EU should focus on in the next few years in the context of Europe’s digital transformation.
The on-line event is organised during the Slovenian EU Council presidency and under the framework of the Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe (COFOE)to discuss the current and future Europe’s digital transformation policies and actions.
The Digital Transformation Cluster of the Convention is collecting proposals from Civil Society Organisations that will feed into the EU’s policies of “A Europe fit for the digital age”. The ambition is to strengthen the EU’s digital sovereignty and set standards on data, technology, and infrastructure – with a clear focus on education, ethics, fundamental rights, and European values. This is done via a dedicated Crowdsourcing platform.
14.00 | Welcome
14.10 | Panellists Introductory Interventions
Brief introduction of their role in the COFOE/digital transformation debate. Moderated by Klemen Balanč, Network MaMa
- Peter Jenko, Acting Director-General, Information Society Directorate, Ministry of Public Administration of Republic of Slovenia;
- Milosh Ristovski, Co-Chair, Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe;
- Simon Delakorda, Director, Institute for Electronic Participation, Network NVO- VID;
- Maša Malovrh, Project Manager, Beletrina Publishing Institute, Network NVO-VID.
14.25 | Presentation of the first results of the Digital Transformation Cluster
Elisa Lironi, Senior Manager European Democracy, ECAS
14.35 | Round of questions to panellists
Moderated by Assya Kavrakova, Executive Director, ECAS
14.55 | Q&A with audience
15.15 | Final Intervention & Conclusions
Helmut Scholz, MEP, The Left (DE), Executive Board COFOE
15.30| End of the event
Source: European Citizens Action Service