Digital Agenda Assembly
The overall aim of the Digital Agenda is to deliver sustainable economic and social benefits from a digital single market based on fast and ultra-fast internet and interoperable applications.
The Digital Agenda makes proposals for actions that need to be taken urgently to get Europe on track for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Its proposals will set the scene for the longer-term transformations that the increasingly digital economy and society will bring about.
The objective of this Agenda is to chart a course to maximise the social and economic potential of ICT, most notably the internet, a vital medium of economic and societal activity: for doing business, working, playing, communicating and expressing ourselves freely. Successful delivery of this Agenda will spur innovation, economic growth and improvements in daily life for both citizens and businesses. Digital Agenda Assembly Papers
Agenda for Europe: Annual Progress Report 2011 (22 December
- The sovereign debt crises and the
ensuing economic turmoil of 2011 are in part due to uncertainty in the
market that future growth rates would be sufficient to service debt.
This underlines the importance of the EU having a robust growth strategy
alongside a regime of prudent fiscal
- First Digital Agenda Assembly – Report of activity (Brussels, 16-17 June 2011)
- The first annual Digital Agenda Assembly (DAA) was held in Brussels on the 16th and 17th June 2011 in Brussels and was attended by more than 1655 participants from Europe and beyond…
of the Digital Agenda
of the Digital Agenda" was prepared by Ton Zijlstra for the European
Commission (Directorate General for the Information Society and Media).
It features a selection of 20 videos from a total of nearly 100
submissions to a call for contributions to the First Digital Agenda
Staff Working Paper - Digital Agenda Scoreboard (Brussels, 31
- In May 2010, the European
Commission adopted the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE), a strategy to
take advantage of the potential offered by the rapid progress of digital
technologies. The DAE is part of the overall Europe2020 strategy for
smart, sustainable and inclusive