Upcoming international student seminar

Hello! The European Students' Forum -- AEGEE Iasi presents the upcoming event "Living in the digital world" - the impact of IT&C on human rights.
The international seminar "Living in the Digital World" will provide a varied and exciting theme, one which encapsulates how information and communications technologies (ICTs) are impacting and shaping our lifestyles.
It is a international event which combines classroom study with on-site experiential learning to explore technological, cultural, and economic transformation in the newly integrated Europe... and not only.
Date: from 12 to 18 of May 2006 ( 7 days ) Place: Iasi ( Romania ) Age of participants: students or young people < 28 years old Participation fee ; only 75 Euros / 65 Euros (NON-EU Countries) !!!
The fee covers ;
- seminars and workshops - study visits in Iasi (Informatics Faculty and Automatics Control and Computer Engineering Faculty) - accommodation in youth hostel in Iasi - meals during all the week - light breakfast and midday dinneer - sightseeing: city tour and Cetatuia Monastery - vinetasting
So, are you interested in discovering a new dimension of cultural understanding, focusing on human rights and liberties but from a digital point of view? Let's try to understand together the social challenges and implications that derive from the rapid progress of technologies, adapted to regional, national and local conditions. Let's dream that we follow closely an ambitious goal: to ensure that new developments in technology provide us with a real chance to turn the risk of a digital divide into "digital cohesion" and "digital opportunities".....
For registration please visit: http://www.karl.aegee.org/calendar.nsf/EventuallyEdi/E997E7CB5F6435B7C125710C00417454?OpenDocument
For more details: http://www.aegeeiasi.ro
Raluca, on behalf of AEGEE Iasi Team
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