News article | 03-02-2018 | 09:06
Day two of The Hague Diplomacy Camp, was an unconference. We invited participants to discuss the consequences of digitalization for international affairs, to share practical tools and design solutions for the future.
We asked participants from government, tech and civil society what new insights they gained at the unconference and how we can be influential in a diffuse digital world.
Alexandra Lutyens, Unit Manager Digital Communications at MFAT New Zealand
Dr. Jian ‘Jay’ Wang, Director and Associate Professor at USC Center on Public Diplomacy
Matthias Lüfkens, Practice Leader Digital EMEA at Burson Marsteller
Sharon Yang, Politics and Government Outreach at Facebook