The cyber threat continues to evolve and grow, and the motives behind such attacks are increasingly not only financial but political – to undermine our democratic institutions, to spread disinformation and to destabilise elections.
Registration and coffee from 15.30 - Meeting from 16.00.
Freedom House's Nations in Transit 2018.
Please join for a discussion based on the findings of the latest edition of Nations in Transit, Freedom House’s annual survey of democratic reform in the 29 formerly communist countries from Central Europe to Central Asia.
The CEPS Task Force on ‘The Role of Business in the Circular Economy’ has identified the need for member states to review their national waste management situation and better integrate circular economy principles into waste management.
This task force aims to engage a diverse group of stakeholders in a structured dialogue in order to:
identify the factors at macro- and micro- level driving investment decisions;
analyse their impact on households/retail investors and on different categories of financial intermediaries;
The event aimed to raise awareness among EU clean energy stakeholders such as from business and industry, EU and member state policy-makers, research entities and NGOs regarding the status and prospects of the clean energy market in the GCC region.
Crisis management has become a central theme in debates about reinvigorating the European Union. However, what is the readiness of EU institutions to deal with crisis? What lessons can be learnt from experiences of crisis management inside the European Union and externally?
Event jointly organised by CEPS and Hitachi.
Quality of Life in Complex Urban Spaces
How can data analytics contribute to more efficient and resilient communities?
Venue: Théâtre du Vaudeville, Galerie de la Reine, 1000 Brussels
On the 27th of February the CEPS Task Force on Software Vulnerability Disclosure in Europe presented its initial findings in a roundtable at the European Parliament in the presence of its Chair, Marietje Schaake, MEP and founder of the European Parliament Intergroup on the Digital Agenda for Europe.
The first round of Egypt’s presidential election will take place on 26-28th March. Preparations for the vote are underway, though there are concerns about the lack of credible competition to the incumbent, President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi.
Recent statements by the President of the European Commission and other EU leaders on the EU's commitment towards the European perspective of the Western Balkan countries are a welcome sign that the region is finally back on the EU's priority list.
Catalonia in Spain, Bavaria in Germany, Lombardy in Italy: the better-off regions all claim that they are paying too much for the others. Can inter-regional redistribution ever be just? In this lunch-time meeting, Prof.