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Diplomats and practitioners discussed the way forward for digital diplomacy and how to overcome key challenges, during last week’s international conference in Geneva


The conference aims to serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences, and to encourage co-operation in the fie


Issues which were considered ‘techie’ subjects, or deemed futuristic, are now part of the diplomatic reality.


21st century life is fundamentally shaped by digital technology. Comprehending the discourse of ‘cyber’, ‘digital’, and ‘technology’ seems as taxing as it does problematic.


With this event we asked: ‘What can sci-fi teach us about digital politics and its future?’ and brought together policy makers, diplomats, designers, writers, and other creative people.


The event ‘CyberMediation: The impact of digital technologies on the prevention and resolution of violent conflicts’ took place at the Palais des Nations within the context of the G


This blended learning course, combining online learning with weekly face-to-face meetings, will be delivered by DiploFoundation from 8 October to 5 December 2018.


Prof. Jovan Kurbalija (Director of DiploFoundation and Head of Geneva Internet Platform) will take part in Session 1: Talkshow - Technology, Does It Changes Diplomacy?


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