Masters of Digital 2023

With the COVID pandemic’s aftermath still being felt across our continent, Russia’s conflict in Ukraine is adding further strain to both the global economy and European solidarity. Additionally, the scorching summer of 2022 has demonstrated the consequences of neglecting the climate crisis. However, digital technologies can be a key tool in addressing these interconnected issues. The next two years leading up to the 2024 European elections will be a crucial period for enhancing Europe’s economy through innovation and utilizing digital technology to decrease emissions. Equally important is leveraging technology to fortify our digital resilience against hybrid threats, in partnership with like-minded allies. The present moment demands action.

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Same as url

Country

Belgium

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Target audience

  • Digital skills for ICT professionals and other digital experts.

Digitale technologie / specialisatie

  • Digitale vaardigheden

Niveau digitale skills

  • advanced|digital_expert

Geographic Scope - Country

  • |http://publications.europa.eu/resource/authority/country/EUR

Industry - Field of Education and Training

  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) not further defined

Target language

  • English

Type of initiative

International initiative

Event setting

  • Blended