December 13, 2017


Monthly overview of Internet governance and digital policy developments and activities in South Eastern Europe and the neighouring area

In partnership with DiploFoundation

[New] The November 2017 issue is now available.



  • Albania: United Nations agencies in Albania and Telekom Albania announce a partnership aimed to raise awareness and drive action on and support for the achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
  • Croatia & Greece: The two countries sign EuroHPC, the European declaration on high-performance computing, thus joining the European efort to build the next generation of computing and data infrastructure.
  • Romania: The National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications launches a public consultation with the view to update the list of localities identifed as ‘white areas’.
  • SEEFreedom on the Net 2017, published by Freedom House, measures the level of Internet and digital media freedom in 65 countries, including  Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
  • SEE: Within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Summit, held on 24 November in Brussels, EU leaders met their six Eastern partners – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine – to discuss future priorities for their cooperation, including in the digital economy field.
  • This issues also includes an overview of several Internet-related events that were held in the region in November, as well as a list of events taking place in December.


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Editorial team

Qanita Abedpour | Andreea Belu | Maja Calović | Andrijana Gavrilović | Su Sonia Herring | Loreta Kroj | Olga Kyryliuk | Dajana Mulaj | Oliana Sula

Coordination: Sorina Teleanu



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