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SEEDIG 5 Programme Committee

7–8 May 2019 | Bucharest

Programme Committee members

The Programme Committee works on further shaping the programme for SEEDIG 5 (7–8 May 2019, Bucharest).

Andrea Beccalli, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, Italy/Belgium

Dušan Caf, SEEDIG Executive Committee representative, Slovenia

Desara Dushi, University of Bologna and University of Luxembourg, Albania

Daniel Homorodean, Cluj IT Cluster, Romania

Zdravko Jukić, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries, Croatia

Arvin Kamberi, DiploFoundation, Serbia

Sergo Karakozov, IT Development Centre, Georgia

Amela Odobasić, Communications Regulatory Agency, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Gergana Petrova, RIPE Network Coordination Centre, Bulgaria/Netherlands

Ceren Unal, Internet Society, Turkey/Belgium

Programme Committee Guidelines

1. The SEEDIG 5 Programme Committee (PC) was formed following a public call for volunteers (January 2019). PC members were selected by the SEEDIG Executive Committee, taking into account the need to create a balanced committee, with overall expertise and experience required to prepare a balanced and relevant programme, in accordance with SEEDIG principles (e.g. Session principles, Programme planning process etc.). 

2. The PC will work on further shaping the programme for SEEDIG 5 (building on the draft programme), in close coordination with the EC. The overall responsibility for ensuring that the meeting programme is aligned with SEEDIG’s mission, vision and principles rests with the EC.

3. Members of the PC are expected to, inter alia:

  • a. Incorporate comments submitted during the public consultation period(s) into the final programme, to the largest extent possible.
  • b. Further shape and define the sessions, in terms of title, focus, format, key participants, moderators etc.
  • c. Make sure that the overall programme is cohesive, consistent, focused and relevant. For example, the programme should include topics of interest for as many stakeholder groups as possible (especially those usually less represented at SEEDIG meetings), and the discussions should be focused and relevant for the SEE+ region.
  • d. Develop mechanisms (such as public consultations, online meetings etc.) to allow the SEEDIG community to be periodically informed about and consulted on subsequent versions of the programme. Such consultations should happen at least once before the SEEDIG 5 meeting.
  • e. Actively participate in building the programme, including through participation in online meetings, reviews, drafting of session descriptions, identification of possible key participants and moderators etc.
  • f. Strive to make decisions on the basis of consensus, to the largest extent possible. Where consensus is not possible, then a formal vote may be held; in the case of voting, decisions shall be taken by simple majority.
  • g. Be team players, impartial in their judgement, honest and open to discussion.

4. PC members elect a Chair who coordinates the work of the PC: scheduling and chairing meetings, ensuring communication with the SEEDIG community and the SEEDIG EC, working towards ensuring active participation of PC members etc.

5. At least one (1) member of the EC is a full member of the PC and contribute to all PC activities.