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Europe | Oct 4-5


Day One, Monday, October 4, 2010


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


Day Two, Tuesday October 5, 2010


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 Håkon 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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