About us

Dedicated to SEE+

At SEEDIG, we believe that digital technologies have an important role to play in the sustainable economic and social development of South Eastern Europe and the neighbouring area (SEE+). In line with this belief, our vision is that of a healthy, sustainable and inclusive digital advancement of the SEE+ region.

Our mission is to support such a digital advancement through facilitating multistakeholder dialogue and cooperation on addressing issues related to the use, evolution and governance of the Internet and other digital technologies across the region.

In focus

SEEDIG marks its seventh anniversary with a series of seven online events delivered to your home or office, new partnerships, and topics that are not effectively covered elsewhere. Check the dedicated page for the most recent announcements and registration details. Want to partner with us for SEEDIG 7 Series? Drop us an email to execom[at]seedig[dot]net.

Our work

What we do

Annual meetings

We hold annual meetings to foster dialogue and cooperation between SEE+ stakeholders in addressing relevant digital policy issues, from closing the digital divide to taking advantage of the opportunities offered by emerging technologies such as the Internet of things and artificial intelligence.

Capacity development

We work to empower the SEE+ community through our capacity development programmes – such as the Youth School and the Fellowship Programme – dedicated to raising awareness on digital policy issues and strengthening the capacity of regional stakeholders to engage in addressing such issues at national, regional and international levels.

Publications and studies

Every month, we publish the SEEsummary – the only overview of Internet and digital policy developments in SEE+. We also conduct regional surveys to shed light on regional practices and tendencies regarding the use, evolution and governance of the Internet and other digital technologies.

Intersessional projects

Between two annual meetings, we carry out various intersessional projects to contribute to our mission and goals. Examples of such projects carried out throughout the years include the SEEDIG Road Show and the COVID-19 Tracking Apps in SEE+ project.

Roles

Who does what?

Community

Contributes to planning and running SEEDIG activities, in a bottom-up, open, inclusive and transparent manner.

Executive Committee

Coordinates SEEDIG activities. Is voluntary and elected by the community. Is asssisted by various support teams.

Partners

Support SEEDIG activities in various ways. Include strategic partners, sponsors, and hosts of annual meetings.