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The Hague Hosting A Dialogue About The Future Of Cyberspace And GCCS-unplugged: The Unconference!

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GCCS Unplugged is the ‘unconference edition‘ of Diplohack, and is organised by Open State Foundation in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. It will take place on Friday April 17, 2015, from 9am to 7pm at the Worldhotel Bel Air, in The Hague, the Netherlands on the final day of the Global Conference on CyberSpace 2015. This collaborative and informal experience is perfect for you if you have good knowledge of the internet, online freedom, digital transparency, cyber security, start-ups, development through tech or other related topics that will shape the future of the net. The conference is hosting 2000 attendees, including heads of State and Ministers

We have 2 days ahead of intense conversations, many transmitted via video for the general public to engage. The main tracks are "Freedom", "Growth" and "Security". 

The impressive venue speaks by itself and the Web We Want will try to capture the essence of the conversations. Follow us on Twitter @WebWeWant and watch the hashtag #GCCS2015 

GCCS-Unplugged: the unconference!

The Web We Want is joining the unconference following the official conference. During this community-driven experience, you will come together with your fellow participants to share skills, learn what has worked, exchange ideas and practices, build plans and do some coding throughout the day. The attendees will set the day’s agenda on the spot during the first session of this spontaneous and timely event. It will be a rich experience to learn together and to find sinergies and define next steps. You can register here and start suggesting ideas! 

See you there! 

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