PdF EU 2010 Schedule, Day One

Day One, Monday, October 4, 2010

Click here to see the schedule for Day Two, Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Please note that the conference schedule is subject to change.

Time
Concourse
8:30-
9:30am
Registration and Networking Breakfast

Main Hall
9:30-
9:45am
Welcome Remarks,
with Andrew Rasiej, Micah Sifry, Marc Lopez
9:45-
10:05am
Re-imagining International Relations in a Networked Age,
with Alec Ross
10:05-
10:25am
Europe's Digital Agenda,
with Constantijn van Oranje-Nassau
10:25-
10:45am
Public Diplomacy Online,
with Jimmy Leach
10:45-
11:15am
Coffee Break
11:15-
11:25pm
Social Media and the European Parliament,
with Stephen Clark
11:25-
11:35am
Refunite: Connecting the Unconnected - Refugee Family Tracing Online,
with Christopher Mikkelsen
11:35-
11:45am
Crisis Commons: Networked Action in Disaster Relief,
with Andy Carvin
11:45-
11:55am
Media Viruses and the Immune System of Democracy,
with Nicolas Vanbremeersch
11:55-
12:05pm
Speech, Censorship and Social Media,
with Matthias Klang
12:05-
12:15pm
Do's and Don'ts of Political Blogging,
with Bente Kalsnes
12:15-
12:25pm
Crowdsourcing and Mapping Your Activist Base,
with Romain Liberge
12:25-
12:35pm
Lobbying 2.0: Using Social Media to Make Your Case,
with Massimo Micucci
12:35-
12:45pm
Using Twitter to Map Political Influence,
with Guilhem Fouetillou
12:45-
12:55pm
The Life of A Networked Politician,
with Marietje Schaake
12:55-
1:00pm
Closing Summary,
with Jon Worth
1:00-
2:00pm
Lunch
2:00-
3:00pm
Breakout A
Sponsored by the Government of Catalonia
Breakout B
Open Data/Open Government:
John Wonderlich, Håkon Wium Lie, Antti Poikola, Alvaro Ortiz, Micah Sifry (moderator)
Online Political Organizing in National Campaigns:
Julius van de laar, Martin Gelin, Guilhem Fouetillou, Ketil Raknes, Antonella Napolitano (moderator)
Breakout C
Breakout D
The Internet, Human Rights and Responsibilities in the 21st Century:
Matthias Klang, Ernesto Belisario, Jeremie Zimmermann, Ronny Patz, (moderator)
Future of the Media:
Lukas Peyer, Ides Debruyne, Brigitta Jonsdottir, Bente Kalsnes (moderator)
Breakout E
How to Build a Local Changemaker Community:
Alvaro Martin Cid and Julio Gonzalez of NetSquared Madrid
3:00-
3:45pm
Coffee Break
3:45-
4:45pm
Breakout A
Sponsored by the Government of Catalonia
Breakout B
Transparency and Open Information in Central and Eastern Europe:
Marko Rakar, Dejan Milovac, Solana Larsen. Stephen King (moderator)
Online Political Organizing in Regional and Local Campaigns:
Nicholas Vanbremeersch, Dino Amenduni, Andreas Jungherr, Mayor Lluis Recorder, Antonella Napolitano (moderator)
Breakout C
Breakout D
Sponsored by Fleishman Hillard
Crisis Response:
Andy Carvin, Randi Zuckerberg, Jimmy Leach, Nick Judd (moderator)
The New EU Petition Scheme: How Powerful (Or Not) Are One Million Signatures?:
MEP Marietje Schaake, Julius van de Laar, Jon Worth, David Lowey (moderator)
Breakout E
Open Cities/Smarter Cities:
John Tolva, Xavier Crouan, Dominic Campbell, Jens Steensma, and Andrew Rasiej (moderator)
Main Hall
4:45-
5:15pm
The Icelandic Modern Media Initiative,
with Birgitta Jonsdottir
5:15-
6:15pm
Two views on the Internet and democratization,
with Evgeny Morozov, Jeremy Heimans
6:15pm
Cocktail Party for all attendees

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