Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Enterprise and Information Society Commissioner Erkki Liikanen will travel to Moscow on 4 April to discuss policy initiatives and co-operation with Russia concerning the framework conditions for business and investment, industry, telecommunications and the information society. He will meet, among others, Industry Minister Ilya Klebanov, Communications Minister Leonid Reiman and Duma representatives. Mr Liikanen will also meet representatives of European industry in Russia and participate in the Cybersecurity Conference. Read more
Rue Trèves 100, Brussels
Please register either by email: or by fax +32 2 287 1279 not later than 4th April (the following information is needed: name, organisation, street, postal code, city, e-mail) Read more
From 03/12/2003 to 05/12/2003
Hotel Intercontinental, Berlin
From 05/05/2003 to 07/05/2003
Barcelona, Spain
The purpose of the workshop held on March 25, 2003 was to bring together representatives of the Member States and of the main stakeholders to present the results of the working groups and to gather views on what should be the future role of the Commission in this process. Read more
"Learntec 2003", the international trade fair in Karlsruhe opened today by Viviane Reding, Member of the European Commission responsible for Education and Culture, provided an opportunity for the European Commission to launch its website on eLearning: This portal will provide not only information on Community initiatives in this field, such as the eLearning programme (2004-2006) which is currently being adopted, but also links with national initiatives, both public and private, and contributions from experts on subjects ranging from "eLiteracy" to the situation in the candidate countries. Read more
Co-organised by the Beijing Internet Institute and the IPv6 Forum, the 3-day Summit will focus on the latest trends in IPv6 research, IPv6 deployment and the Chinese IPv6 market. It will be followed by the third edition of the Madrid Global IPv6 Summit (May 12-14), which promises to be the biggest European IPv6 event held to date, including presentations from the Spanish IPv6 Task Force, the Japanese IPv6 Promotion Council and the North American IPv6 Task Force. Read more
It travels at around 30 km/h. No driver. No fuel. You might call it a ‘CyberCar’ - an automated vehicle, guided by three computers installed in the chassis. An engineer’s dream? It is not just a dream; CyberCar does exist. And it is environmentally-friendly and safe. Read more
The European Regulators Group (ERG) which is comprised of the Member States' National Regulatory Authorities in the field of telecoms, held its third meeting on 28 March 2003 in Brussels. The Group is established by the New Electronic Communications Package that is due to be implemented by the Member States by end of July this year (see IP/02/259, IP/02/1553, IP/02/1171 and IP/03/119). Read more
Workshop on Digital Rights Management, Brussels