Schedule

The Hague Digital Diplomacy Camp is organised in the unconference format. An unconference is a mostly unscheduled conference, where the participants decide the agenda. This means there is no fixed programme. Instead, most sessions will be generated and added to the schedule by the participants at the start of the day, so make sure to think of some ideas for a session you could run before you attend! Anybody can host a session, whether you’re an expert looking to discuss the current state of affairs or if you just started a project and want input from others. Everything goes, as long as the session’s topic is open for conversation and discussion. This results in a conference that is focused on the expertise of the participants, creates room for in-depth discussion and sharing of knowledge, resulting in innovative conclusions. See this video for an impression of the unconference format.

 

The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
08.45
Coffee and registration
Coffee and registrationWelcome to The Hague Digital Diplomacy Camp! Get your badge at the registration desk at the entry of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
09.00
09.15
09.30
Plenary opening & keynote
09.45
10.00
Opening of The Wall: participants can submit sessions
Opening of The Wall: participants can submit sessionsThe wall is officially opened. Sessions can be added by participants. Fill in the forms at the registration counter.
10.15
10.30
Digital Public Diplomacy: From Tactics to StrategyBy Prof. Corneliu Bjola, Jennifer Cassidy and Ilan Manor from the University of Oxford.
What is fake news (and what @DutchMFA should do about it)By Jan Melissen @JanMDiplo (Clingendael institute)
She Decides - What would you do?By Annemarie Litjens and Nadine van Dijk
Does the rise of digital connectivity and data make MFA's and diplomats redundant?By Alexandra Lutyens, Stewart and Aurelie Valtat (New Zealand, European Commission)
10.45
11.00
11.15
11.30
“What is Really Going on Out There?” What a Digital Index of Global Influence (DiGi) could contribute to mapping patterns of influence in the digital world.By Stuart MacDonald (SYM Consulting) and Prof. Jan Melissen (Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’)
Diplohack: are hackathons viable tools for diplomats?By Jon Pelling (Swedish MFA) and Weijer Losecaat Vermeer (Dutch MFA), co-founders of Diplohack
Boost your career through public diplomacy trainingJay Wang, director, USC Center on Public Diplomacy
Augmented Reality for DiplomacyBy Galit Ariel, CEO of Wondarlands and author of \'Augmented Alice - The Future of Identity, Experience and Reality\'
Internet AccountabilityBy Frits Bussemaker and Catherine Garcia Hoogstraten.
International Cyber SecurityUros Zver, European University Institute (EUI)
11.45
12.00
12.15
Walking lunch & pitches
12.30
12.45
13.00
13.15
13.30
AR/VRxIoT+AI+? = Hybrid SpaceBy Prof. Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Prof. Frans Vogelaar, Hybrid Space Lab
Hacking SDG 16: Using Digital Diplomacy to Support Accountability and the Rule of Law”By Blair Glencorse, Janos Koka and Diego Osorio (Global Diplomacy Lab’s Winning #DiploCamp submission)
The Power of Partnerships for humanitarian innovation (DCHI and 510/Red Cross)Roza Freriks (Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation) and Orla Canavan (Netherlands Red Cross)
How can digital diplomacy contribute to tackling climate changeBy Max Castro, graduate student at the University of Amsterdam
Teaching & Training a Diplomat for the Digital FutureBy Özlem Terzi, PhD, Instabul University and college of Europe
How do you find the right audience?Ursula Wyss (@ursulawyss).
PeaceTechLab NL: help us build it!Robert Zaac, Lilly Wiggers (@PeaceTechLab_NL)
13.45
14.00
14.15
14.30
Come and Design the 21st Century DiplomatDalya Salinas Perez, Director for Prospective Studies; Mexico\'s Foreign Service.
Digital-fluency: A new 'language' for the 21st century?By Michael Nuehlen, Dutch MinFA / e-office - @michaelnuehlen
Planetary Diplomacy: a new initiativeBy Alexander Verbeek, Dutch MFA, @Alex_verbeek
Human Manipulation of Data, Let's Imagine In Which Ways it Could have InfluenceBy Desiree Dijkstra, information manager Ministry of Defense
14.45
15.00
15.15
15.30
Plenary closing session
15.45
16.00
16.15
16.30
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
16.45
17.00
17.15
17.30
17.45
18.00
18.15

The Lounge

  • Coffee and registration
    08.45 - 09.30
  • Opening of The Wall: participants can submit sessions
    10.00 - 10.30
  • Walking lunch & pitches
    12.15 - 13.30
  • Plenary closing session
    15.30 - 16.15
  • 16.30 - 18.30

The Filter Bubble

The Echo Chamber

The Data Lab

The Neuromancer Room

The Holodeck

The Circle

The Embassy Lab

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
15.30
Plenary closing session
15.45
16.00
16.15
16.30
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
Pitches & Drinks @ Humanity HubWe will walk to the Humanity Hub in the Hague. There we will witness digital diplomacy in action, in a short pitch and discussion session at and with members of the Hague Humanity Hub, followed by closing drinks.
16.45
17.00
17.15
17.30
17.45
18.00
18.15

The Lounge

The Filter Bubble

The Echo Chamber

The Data Lab

The Neuromancer Room

The Holodeck

The Circle

The Embassy Lab

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
12.15
Walking lunch & pitches
12.30
12.45
13.00
13.15

The Lounge

  • Walking lunch & pitches
    12.15 - 13.30
The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
09.30
Plenary opening & keynote
09.45
10.00
Opening of The Wall: participants can submit sessions
Opening of The Wall: participants can submit sessionsThe wall is officially opened. Sessions can be added by participants. Fill in the forms at the registration counter.
10.15

The Lounge

  • Opening of The Wall: participants can submit sessions
    10.00 - 10.30

The Filter Bubble

  • Plenary opening & keynote
    09.30 - 10.00
The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
08.45
Coffee and registration
Coffee and registrationWelcome to The Hague Digital Diplomacy Camp! Get your badge at the registration desk at the entry of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
09.00
09.15

The Lounge

  • Coffee and registration
    08.45 - 09.30
The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
10.30
Digital Public Diplomacy: From Tactics to StrategyBy Prof. Corneliu Bjola, Jennifer Cassidy and Ilan Manor from the University of Oxford.
What is fake news (and what @DutchMFA should do about it)By Jan Melissen @JanMDiplo (Clingendael institute)
She Decides - What would you do?By Annemarie Litjens and Nadine van Dijk
Does the rise of digital connectivity and data make MFA's and diplomats redundant?By Alexandra Lutyens, Stewart and Aurelie Valtat (New Zealand, European Commission)
10.45
11.00
The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
11.30
“What is Really Going on Out There?” What a Digital Index of Global Influence (DiGi) could contribute to mapping patterns of influence in the digital world.By Stuart MacDonald (SYM Consulting) and Prof. Jan Melissen (Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’)
Diplohack: are hackathons viable tools for diplomats?By Jon Pelling (Swedish MFA) and Weijer Losecaat Vermeer (Dutch MFA), co-founders of Diplohack
Boost your career through public diplomacy trainingJay Wang, director, USC Center on Public Diplomacy
Augmented Reality for DiplomacyBy Galit Ariel, CEO of Wondarlands and author of \'Augmented Alice - The Future of Identity, Experience and Reality\'
Internet AccountabilityBy Frits Bussemaker and Catherine Garcia Hoogstraten.
International Cyber SecurityUros Zver, European University Institute (EUI)
11.45
12.00
The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
13.30
AR/VRxIoT+AI+? = Hybrid SpaceBy Prof. Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Prof. Frans Vogelaar, Hybrid Space Lab
Hacking SDG 16: Using Digital Diplomacy to Support Accountability and the Rule of Law”By Blair Glencorse, Janos Koka and Diego Osorio (Global Diplomacy Lab’s Winning #DiploCamp submission)
The Power of Partnerships for humanitarian innovation (DCHI and 510/Red Cross)Roza Freriks (Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation) and Orla Canavan (Netherlands Red Cross)
How can digital diplomacy contribute to tackling climate changeBy Max Castro, graduate student at the University of Amsterdam
Teaching & Training a Diplomat for the Digital FutureBy Özlem Terzi, PhD, Instabul University and college of Europe
How do you find the right audience?Ursula Wyss (@ursulawyss).
PeaceTechLab NL: help us build it!Robert Zaac, Lilly Wiggers (@PeaceTechLab_NL)
13.45
14.00
The Lounge The Filter Bubble The Echo Chamber The Data Lab The Neuromancer Room The Holodeck The Circle The Embassy Lab The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
14.30
Come and Design the 21st Century DiplomatDalya Salinas Perez, Director for Prospective Studies; Mexico\'s Foreign Service.
Digital-fluency: A new 'language' for the 21st century?By Michael Nuehlen, Dutch MinFA / e-office - @michaelnuehlen
Planetary Diplomacy: a new initiativeBy Alexander Verbeek, Dutch MFA, @Alex_verbeek
Human Manipulation of Data, Let's Imagine In Which Ways it Could have InfluenceBy Desiree Dijkstra, information manager Ministry of Defense
14.45
15.00
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