|Steering Committee (CDMSI)|
|Bureau of the Committee (CDMSI-BU)|
|Former Steering Committee (CDMC)|
Former Bureau of the Committee
|Committee of experts on Media Pluralism and Transparency of Media Ownership (MSI-MED)|
|Committee of experts on Internet Intermediaries (MSI-NET)|
|FORMER GROUPS OF SPECIALISTS|
|Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists|
|Cross-border flow of Internet traffic and Internet freedom|
|Rights of Internet Users|
|Public Service Media Governance|
|Protection Neighbouring Rights of Broadcasting Organisations|
|Public service Media|
Conference Freedom of Expression and Democracy in the Digital Age -
Opportunities, Rights, Responsibilities, Belgrade, 7-8/11/2013
Conference "The Hate factor in political speech - Where do responsibilities lie?", Warsaw18-19 September 2013
|Conference of Ministers, Reykjavik - Iceland, 28-29 May 2009|
|European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG)|
|Committee of Ministers texts|
|Parliamentary Assembly texts|
Žiga Turk is a Professor and Chair in Construction Informatics at the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering at the University of Ljubljana. Born in 1962, he holds a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering, M.Sc. in Computer Science and Ph.D. in technical sciences.
His academic interests include construction informatics (construction information technology), computer integrated construction, internet, Web and grid computing, design communication, philosophy of conceptual modeling and CAD/BIM. He wrote several papers on these subjects. He was partner in several EU projects since the 4th framework and coordinated two multi million euro ones.
He held graduate and undergraduate courses in Ljubljana, Istanbul, Zagreb, Stockholm and in a pan-European study of eConstruction. In 2010 he received an award for top cited article 2006-2010 in the Advanced Engineering Informatics Journal.After being a founding co-editor of the Journal of Information Technology in Construction, in 2010 he became the editor-in-chief.
In 2009 he was invited by the European Comission to serve in the Panel of External and Independent Experts that carried out an interim evaluation of Framework 7 Programme in the area of ICT. In 2010 he was invited to chair a High Level Group to recommend the future evolution of European academic networking.
In 2007 and 2008 dr. Turk was a Minister for growth in the government of Slovenia, national coordinator for the Lisbon Strategy, chief negotiator for the Slovenia's accession to the OECD, chairman of the national Sustainable Development Council and Chairman of the Competitiveness Council. His past activities outside of the academia include: Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Telekom Slovenia and Mobitel, member of the Reform Council, Vice Chair of the Strategic Council for Culture, Education and Science etc. From 2008-2010 he served as Secretary General of the Reflection Group on the Future of Europe, chaired by Felipe Gonzales.
During the Slovenian presidency to the EU in 2008, he was in charge of the updates to the Lisbon Strategy and involved in the management of the energy and climate change dossiers. His interest include creativity, entrepreneurship, open access to knowledge, open innovation, renewable energy, r&d policy etc.
Recently his research activities include the trends and scenarios of future global developments, particularly the role of information technology and innovation in those trends. He also studies the broader societal impacts of information technology. He is an internationally recognized public speaker, columnist and lecturer on these subjects.
In Slovenia he has been known as the founding editor of the Moj Mikro magazine (1984). He has been setting up Web servers since 1993. His most popular Internet inventions are the Virtual Shareware Library (taht later evolved into shareware.com) and the Woda database tool. He is an enthusiastic blogger and twitter.