Register now to learn how cities and rural areas face the challenges of the digital transformation
On 6 December, the EUDIGIT webinars return for a new portion of city innovations, this time aimed at bridging the digital gap between urban and rural areas. One of the most forward-thinking cities in Europe – Cluj-Napoca, Romania, is honoured to welcome you online for the newest event under the framework of the EU-funded project – EUDIGIT – European Digital Citizens. We, from TheMayor.EU and the City of Marseille, as partners are glad to support this effort and guarantee a useful content and interactive discussions.
The agenda will bring fresh insight into the issues and potential solutions to enabling efficient digital connection for all populations in Europe. Three panels will show how the partner cities are working to bridge the gap between the mainstream population and remote (geographically, socially or culturally) communities, what the European Union is doing to streamline this process and what experience does the Old Continent and Cluj-Napoca in particular have to share with the world in this domain.
Speakers include prominent city changers, business professionals and high-level EU experts. Download the full agenda here.
How to participate?
The event will take place in hybrid format, with livestream on Zoom. The working language is English.
The registration is free, but mandatory on this link. All registered participants will receive login details a few days prior to the event.
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fifth of six seminars under the European project “EUDIGIT – European Digital Citizens”. Until March 2023, the cities of Marseille, Varna, Genoa, Hamburg, Rotterdam and Cluj-Napoca, supported by “TheMayor.EU – the European Portal for Cities and Citizens”, will work on achieving the following ambitious objectives:
- Strengthening EU citizenship and citizens’ awareness of its benefits;
- Contributing to bridging the digital gap in cities;
- Co-building digital policies with citizens.
EUDIGIT is funded under the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union.