Effects of EU's anti-smuggling policies on civil society actors

This event aims to present findings of the final report of the one year research project led by the Queen Mary University London and CEPS on "Anti-Smuggling Policies and their Intersection with Humanitarian Assistance and Social Trust" and to launch of the web-page oftestimonies of civil society actors gathered by PICUM & CEPS, in four countries covered -  Greece, Hungary, Italy and  the UK. 

Afterwards the interactive discussion will follow  with all the relevant stakeholders attending the event.  We plan to engage with the MEPs, EU agencies, civil society, international organisations,  and media representatives. 

We invite Brussels-based colleagues to attend event in person.  You will have a possibility to raise your questions. For all the colleagues outside Brussels - there will be an online streaming possibility  to watch the discussion via her public Facebook profile of MEP Jean Lambert (please register to get the direct link from us). PICUM colleagues will facilitate the discussion on Twitter.  

Therefore, please kindly register here by 17th of November, 2017 for  either attending the event in person or by 21st of November  for  following the online streaming & Twitter discussion.

(Full link for registrations - https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/22-November EP). 

We would be delighted if we could count on your active participation as after the presentations and brief comments from the pannel we will have one hour for an interactive discussion  with all the relevant stakeholders attending the event.  

Should you have any questions, please, do not hesitate, to contact lina.vosyliute@ceps.eu. Also welcome to send me suggestions whom else we should reach out. 

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22
November 2017
Wednesday
10:30-12:15

Effects of EU's anti-smuggling policies on civil society actors

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22
November 2017
Wednesday
10:30-12:15
European Parliament