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Plurality event: Democracy talks

Hosted by BlockSplit
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This is the 3rd part of our Digital Democracy Day.

A unique event where Web3 builders, legal experts, European regulators, and policymakers meet to explore topics such as digital diplomacy, plurality, crypto regulation, and digital identity, fostering insightful discussions and collaborations at the intersection of technology and governance.

What is digital democracy?

Digital democracy refers to the use of digital technologies in order to engage citizens in democratic processes. It encompasses various tools and platforms that enable citizens to communicate with government officials, express their opinions, participate in decision-making processes, and access information about public policies and issues. 

A key component of digital democracy is plurality, which emphasizes the importance of embracing diversity and complexity in democratic societies, leveraging decentralized technology and innovative approaches to foster collaboration, progress, and social cohesion.


  • 16:00  16:20: Registration

  • 16:20 – 17:00: Panel: Digital Diplomacy and Democracy 

  • 17:00 – 17:20: Coffee break

  • 17:20 - 17:40: Keynote Talk by Glen Weyl: Digital Identity

  • 17:40 - 18:20: Panel: Digital Identity in Croatia

  • 18:20 - 19:00: Fireside chat with Audrey Tang 


We're excited to announce our lineup of speakers for our upcoming event on digital democracy. Joining us are leaders from government ministries, regulatory agencies, and diplomatic missions, e.g. Raj Kumar Srivastava (Indian ambassador to Croatia), and Ole Frijs-Madsen (Danish ambassador to Croatia), offering insights into digital transformation and collaboration. Among the expected speakers are also Audrey Tang (Taiwan's 1st digital minister), and Glen Weyl (founder & research lead of MSFT Research Plural Tech Collab & founder and chair of Plurality Institute).

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