When attending the London Symposium, I was pleasently impressed by the high standard of presentations delivered by the students-panelists. This element was something that greatly differentiates the DCW Symposia from other Conferences: the opportunity for students to be in the first place actors presenting their own paper and not just listen to well-established scholars. Thus, I strongly believe the symposium a uniquely European gathering, one of a kind in the European University scenario.
I had a chance to talk with people who are smarter and more experienced than me, and very inspiring. I love these kind of meetings because it encourages my desire to grow and to do more. […] My takeaway from the symposium may be summed up in one sentence: our generation needs to be more educated in moral issues, not only how to use technology; we need to learn what it means to live in community across borders.