Brussels, 7 February 2019.
One year after the first edition of Diplomacy Camp, issues like disinformation, AI and the civic impact of digital technology have only become more contentious, particularly in Europe. With Brexit on the horizon, European elections looming, the rise of China as a technological superpower and continuing security challenges on the continent’s eastern and southern flanks, Europe’s diplomats need to grasp the opportunities and threats of digital technology now, more than ever.
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is pleased to invite you to discuss these issues and work on solutions at the second “Brussels” edition of the unconference ‘Digital Diplomacy Camp’ on Thursday 7 February 2019 at its Permanent Representation to the EU in Brussels.
More details on themes and speakers to follow.
University of Southern California advanced course on data and public diplomacy
In addition, the Dutch ministry of foreign affairs is partnering with the University of Southern California, who will organize an advanced 3-day course in data and public diplomacy from 4-6 February. To apply, find more details on the USC website.
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We look forward to seeing you in Brussels.
Information on the previous edition here