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22-03-2020 17:30 - Sixth meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group (JPSG) on Europol

Autre événement - LIBE
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The sixth meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group on Europol (JPSG) will take place on 22-23 March 2020 in Zagreb. The JPSG brings together Members of national parliaments and the European Parliament to fulfil the scrutiny and oversight on the activities of Europol including on fundamental rights. The JPSG meets at least twice a year. It is Co-Chaired by the European Parliament and the country holding the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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The agenda includes points resulting from the obligations formulated in articles 12, 51 and 52 of the Europol Regulation (regulation (EU)2016/794) including hearing the European data Protection Supervisor, the Europol Executive Director, the Chairperson of the Europol Management Board and discussing the Multiannual Work Programme. The agenda also includes high profile discussions on topics such as Europol External Strategy and Operational Agreements with Third Countries, the EU Internal Security Strategy and the Role of Europol and Innovation and Research at Europol. The meeting will give the LIBE Members the opportunity to obtain first-hand information on these topics and will enable them to scrutinise Europol's activities as foreseen in article 88 TFEU.

Lieu: National and University Library, Zagreb, Croatia
Dernière mise à jour: 20-02-2020

05-03-2020 10:00 - CANCELLED Trade-Related Aspects of Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanisms

Atelier - INTA
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CANCELLED - A joint Policy Department and INTA Committee workshop on Trade-related aspects of carbon border adjustment mechanisms takes place on 5 March 2020 10.00-12.00. Four academic experts will present their research on this climate policy issue that is an element of the Green Deal.

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This workshop has been cancelled.

Lieu: Paul-Henri Spaak Building, Room 4B1
Dernière mise à jour: 03-03-2020

24-02-2020 09:00 - Fact Finding Visit to Bulgaria: 24 - 26 February 2020

Autre événement - PETI
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The Committee on Petitions organised a fact-finding visit to Bulgaria in the period 24-26 February 2020. In the first part, the members of the delegation met petitioners in Sofia along with the responsible state authorities, professional associations, consumer protection organizations and the Bulgarian Ombudsman to discuss issues related to the banking system and private enforcement agents.

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In the second part, the delegation addressed another topical issue: waste management. MEPs visited the landfill in the town of Montana and met with the city's mayor and the regional environmental bodies to discuss alleged shortcomings regarding access to documents in environmental matters.

Dernière mise à jour: 06-03-2020

20-02-2020 14:00 - Hearing on Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Law

Audition - LIBE
artificial intelligence (AI) and criminal law

On 20 February 2020, the LIBE Committee will hold a hearing on artificial intelligence in criminal law and its use by the police and judicial authorities in criminal matters

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This hearing is part of the work undertaken by the LIBE Committee on this topic. It will look at different questions related to the use of Artificial Intelligence in this context, such as benefits and risks of this new technology, predictive policing, facial recognition, as well as the ethical and fundamental rights implications. It will also take stock of current work conducted by the Council of Europe. The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).

Lieu: in Brussels, room Joszef Antall Building (JAN) 4Q2
Dernière mise à jour: 18-02-2020

    Draft programme
    COUNCIL OF EUROPE - European Ethical Charter on the use of AI in judicial systems
    FRA - Facial recognition technology fundamental rights considerations in law enforcement
    UNICRI - Artificial intelligence and robotics for law enforcement
    Policy and Investment Recommendations for Trustworthy AI (Independent High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence set up by the European Commission)
    Ethics Guidelines for AI (Independent High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence set up by the European Commission)

20-02-2020 13:30 - What is our political nature? Knowledge and reason in political decision-making

Autre événement - EPRS
EPRS event on Thursday 20 February 2020

How do we — as not always purely rational beings — put knowledge and reason at the heart of political decision-making? Can we take evidence-informed policy-making for granted? And what can we do to defend this cornerstone of liberal democracy? A recent report on 'Our political nature' by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) offers new insights into our political behaviour, with the potential to address some of the current crises in our democracies. […]

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Sixty experts from across the globe working in the fields of behavioural and social sciences, as well as the humanities, contributed to the research that underpins the JRC report. The JRC's David MAIR will present key findings on misperception and disinformation, collective intelligence, emotions, values and identities, framing, metaphor and narratives, as well trust and openness, to this joint EPRS-JRC policy roundtable. Please join this timely conversation on how we think - and how we can boost enlightenment 2.0.

Lieu: Library Reading Room, Altiero Spinelli Building, 5th floor, European Parliament, Brussels
Dernière mise à jour: 18-02-2020

    Programme

19-02-2020 15:00 - The use of Artificial Intelligence in education, culture and the audiovisual sector

Audition - CULT

The CULT Committee hold a public hearing on "The use of Artificial Intelligence in education, culture and the audiovisual sector" on Wednesday 19 February 2020. Five experts were invited.

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The purpose of the hearing was to enable CULT Members to know more about the development of AI in education, culture and the audiovisual sector, considering the increasing importance it has for these sectors. The impact AI may have on such sectors has been rarely discussed and is still mostly unknown. It will therefore help our Members to understand better how AI may transform these sectors, and which particular challenges the Union will have to face in the next decade in that regard.

Lieu: SP 1G3
Dernière mise à jour: 05-03-2020

    Presentation - Ms Mattyasovszky-Philipp
    Presentation - Ms Rosati
    Presentation - Mr Coldewey

19-02-2020 14:30 - Hearing on “The role of public transport in low-density areas”

Audition - TRAN
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Four experts from Portugal, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Belgium will debate with TRAN Members on the role of public transport in low-density areas. They will raise the specific characteristics and challenges faced by those areas and the resulting importance of services ensuring mobility. The hearing should provide an overview of good practices and case studies and would outline possible recommendations (logistics, pricing policies, etc.) for the future.

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The hearing will take place on Wednesday afternoon, 19 February 2020 in room ANTALL 4Q1 from where it will be webstreamed.

Lieu: ANTALL 4Q1
Dernière mise à jour: 11-02-2020

    Programme of the hearing

Auditions

En vertu de l'article 193 du règlement, une commission peut organiser une audition d'experts lorsqu'elle estime que celle-ci est indispensable pour ses travaux sur une question déterminée. Les auditions peuvent aussi être menées conjointement par deux commissions ou plus. La plupart des commissions organisent régulièrement des auditions, qui leur permettent de connaître les points de vue d'experts et de débattre sur les thèmes majeurs. Vous trouverez sur la présente page tous les renseignements disponibles au sujet des auditions organisées par les commissions, notamment les programmes, les affiches et les interventions des orateurs.

Ateliers

Les ateliers sont organisés par les départements thématiques et gérés conformément au règlement financier. Ils ne sont pas forcément publics, mais peuvent cependant se tenir lors de réunions de commission.

Les ateliers permettent aux députés d'interroger des experts et de débattre avec eux sur des sujets liés aux activités parlementaires ou sur des thèmes d'actualité.

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