MyData Community Meeting AMSTERDAM and online 17-18 November 2021

MyData Global is known for connecting people through organising vibrant and action-oriented, multi-stakeholder meetings and facilitating online interactions.

We’re excited to announce that the traditional MyData Community Meeting is back! We’ll pick up where we left off over one year ago and go to Amsterdam, the Netherlands on 17-18 November. 

We understand that it’s still not so easy for many people to travel. That’s why we will work hard on creating a successful Hybrid Event. We will be extra mindful of the online experience. 

So let’s…

  • Finally, break out of lockdown!
  • Tighten the MyData community – and welcome the new people
  • Get to know the vibrant Dutch personal data ecosystem
  • Help attendees network & build partnerships
  • Workshop on key topics such as Smart Cities, European Data Act, Children’s data rights
  • Announce the MyData Operator Awardees for 2021

More details to come. Be on the lookout!

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MyData Community Meetings are open to anyone who is taking an active role in the personal data ecosystem, whether individual activists, companies providing solutions, research institutes, regulatory bodies or not-for-profit organisations.

  • All members of MyData – individual and organisational,
  • MyData hub and thematic group coordinators,
  • People interested in MyData, who want to get to know more about the concept and community,
  • People, organisations, who want to cooperate with MyData Global and MyData Hub Netherlands.


If you are new to MyData 

  • Get to know MyData concept and community better,
  • Find a way to get involved, individually or with your business,
  • Inspire and get inspired!

If you know MyData for years

  • Meet the newly elected leadership team,
  • Discuss the important questions about MyData concept and organisation,
  • Energise and get energised!

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Join us as we mastermind MyData Global’s future and collaborate for a more human-centric digital era.