SIDE EVENT - HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Comparing EU-Asia Experiences and Perspectives
Venue: Room XXIV, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. Enter Palais des Nations through the Pregny Gate if you are not accredited and need a badge to enter.
CEPS, in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London
The main purpose of the conference is to explore the legal and policy challenges that mutual legal assistance and cybercrime are posing to EU‐US cooperation.
In this stocktaking seminar, organised by CEPS in cooperation with MSL Group, international authorities and organisations will share the results of their latest analysis about the consequences of counterfeiting and illicit trade for the European economy.
DUE TO OVER-SUBSCRIPTION REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.
This lunchtime policy seminar aims to critically assess the recent developments in the field of EU migration policy. There will be two focal points in the discussions.
In light of the publication of the New European Agendas on Migration and Security, it is a timely opportunity to present and discuss the FIDUCIA project's final research findings and policy recommendations on the role of trust-based strategies directed towards trafficking in human beings and the cri
Summary video of the event
Technological innovation is a major driver of economic growth and opportunity. Recent events and revelations have undermined trust in digital life and created the sense that we have difficult trade-offs between economic benefits, privacy and security to make.
Notwithstanding the emergence of European citizenship as the fundamental status for nationals of Member States, the tension between Member State competence and supranational obligations has become apparent in the acquisition and loss of citizenship in the European Union.