Digital European Development Days 2021

Dear colleagues,
We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the digital European Development Days 2021 (EDD), the European Commission’s largest event, taking place online on 15-16 June 2021. The full programme of sessions is also published.

Although the event is adapting to our new digital reality, the programme was still co-created with the Community through an inclusive and transparent process. The Forum remains a unique and global opportunity for all to connect & share ideas, experiences and innovative solutions to achieve a poverty-free, sustainable and fairer world for all. Over two days, you can participate in high-level panels, lab debates and project labs, brainstorming sessions, as well as shorter agora sessions in the 17 topics that make up this year’s event. The Global Village will be fully digital with more than 90 projects in the spotlight. We will also have 17 truly amazing Young Leaders on board.
Anyone who wishes to attend must register via the EDD website and follow these two simple steps:

· Step 1: create a profile. You will not be able to register to the event without a profile.

· Step 2: to register,

– Click on the ‘Register’ button on your dashboard.
– Upload a picture.
– Select INTPA in the drop-down menu and use your professional email address.

An email of confirmation is sent once the registration is approved. The EDD 2021 event platform will be accessible on 15-16 June 2021 via a dedicated link shared only with registered participants.

The EDD’s creative campaign #OnEarth launched on Wednesday and will run for 7 weeks. #OnEarth calls on audiences to think, react, get involved, and be part of a growing movement that finds sustainable and innovative solutions regarding our way of life, protecting our planet’s biodiversity and what needs to be done to create a balance between economic growth and our planet’s future. Each week via our social media channels (FB, Twitter, IG) we will promote a question that need answering, stories of projects on the field, and the EU policies that are tackling the real problems with call-to-actions to join us.