DiCit Project aspires first and foremost to set up a summer school and promote further research and discussion meetings, dedicated to the many aspects related to the ongoing digital revolution, during which academics and experts in the field can confront each other. These events will not be limited to legal scholars, but they will be open to experts in other areas (communication ethics, psychology, etc.), as well as to representatives of civil society and public institutions. The final aim of these activities will be the drafting of a European Digital Citizenship Charter (hereinafter the “Charter”), in which the set of rights and duties of a European digital citizen will be developed and illustrated in light of the complex supranational legal sources that regulate the use of the digital environment. The Charter aims to be not only the product of the debate of the researchers and stakeholders involved but also a tool for the dissemination and circulation of the results of this debate; but above all, the Charter will be drawn up in the form of a document to be transformed into an open digital resource and made available to the public as a basis for the discussion of issues related to digital citizenship and for communication between the stakeholders involved and the recipients of the activities to be carried out by the same stakeholders. In doing so, DiCit will promote active European citizenship and values and contribute to the diffusion of these EU values, therefore enhancing awareness of the role played by the European Union in this field. At the same time, DiCit will foster the development of new and openly accessible teaching and debating activities.