PdF EU 2010 Schedule, Day Two

Day Two, Tuesday October 5, 2010

Click here to see the schedule for Day One, Monday October 4, 2010

Please note that the conference schedule is subject to change.

Time
Concourse
8:00-
9:00am
Networking Breakfast

Main Hall
9:00-
9:30am
Facebook and Peace: Friends Across Conflict Zones,
with Randi Zuckerberg
9:30-
10:00am
Transnational Networking for a Free Internet ,
with Jeremie Zimmerman and Stefan Henniwig
10:00-
10:30am
Coffee Break
10:30-
10:40am
Opening Up Policy-Making to Public Participation,
with Paul Johnston
10:40-
10:50am
All Out, Building an Online Movement for LGBT Equality,
with Andre Banks
10:50-
11:00am
Online Video for Human Rights: Challenges and Opportunities,
with Jenni Wolfson
11:00-
11:20am
How Open Data is Making Cities Smarter ,
with John Tolva
11:20-
11:40am
The Power of Transparency in the Balkans,
with Marko Rakar
11:45-
12:45pm
Breakout A
Sponsored by the Government of Catalonia
Breakout B
Transparency and Open Information in the US and Western Europe:
David Moore, Doru Frantescu, Ronny Patz, Helen Darbishire, Jon Worth (moderator)
Transnational Organizing Using Online Video, Email and Social Networking:
Andre Banks, David Babbs, Jenni Wolfson and Lene Pettersen (moderator)
Breakout C
Sponsored by Telefonica
Breakout D
Sponsored by Public-i
Public Services 2.0:
Karina Tellinger, Antti Poikkola, Marta Continente, Bruno Vilarasau, Dominic Campbell, (moderator)
Europetitions:
Creating and Managing Petitions Across Borders and Across Cultures:

Reindr Rustma, Laia Pujol, Catherine Howe (moderator)
Breakout E

12:45-
1:45pm
Networking Lunch
Main Hall
1:50-
2:00pm
Can Social Media Make More Democracy For Everybody?,
with Lene Pettersen
2:00-
2:10pm
Scaling Wiki Government: European Governance Saved by Local Heroes,
with Alberto Cottica
2:10-
2:30pm
The Power and Promise of Open Data,
with HÃ¥kon Wium Lie
2:30-
3:00pm
The Coming Age of We.Government,
with Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry
3:00pm
Closing Coffee/Cava Party

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