The internet is a vital piece of infrastructure provided to citizens. The European Union even pledged in its Europe 2020 goals to provide high speed internet access to all citizens. Given all that, issues concerning the internet and decisions governments make have multiplying effects. However, it is very hard to communicate internet issues with the general public, not least due to their technological nature. This paper examines the possibilities of effective communication and giving citizens the tools and knowledge to empower them to make decisions about the internet

Supported by Europe for Citizens Programme of European Union.

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- INEPA – Inštitut za elektronsko participacijo, inepa.si,
- Studio 12, studio12.si,
- Dobrodelni klub Leo klub Murska Sobota, leoclubms.si/sl/ ,
- Društvo uporabnikov Linuxa Slovenija, lugos.si;
- Hekovnik, hekovnik.com,
- Zavod za študentske kulturne dejavnosti študentske organizacije, kiberpipa.org;

from Croatia:
- Splitska debatna unija
- HERMES – Hrvatska edukacijska i razvojna mreža za evolucijo sporazumevanja, facebook.com/HERMES.CommuniAction;

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- Metamorphosis, Foundation for Internet and Society,
metamorphosis.org.mk
- Makedonski obrazovani forum - YEF - Youth Educational Forum, mof.org.mk.

from Romania: ARDOR Muntenia; facebook.com/pages/ARDOR-Muntenia/115159631842108.

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