17 Jun 10:00
- 16:00Academic session, Workshop, Conference
Data-driven technologies are changing nearly every aspect of our lives, from how we work, learn, eat, sleep, vote, listen to music, watch films and TV, choose partners, communicate with friends and family, get the news. It’s hard to think of a single facet of contemporary life that is not being changed by big data analytics, machine-learning, algorithmic decision-making, and support systems.
The question of whether Europe is fit for a digital age is not just a question concerning Europe’s technological readiness level, but also her societal readiness level: are Europe’s economic, education, judicial, media, and political institutions prepared to lead this transformation in a manner that allows the clear benefits and sometimes obscure risks of digitalization to be distributed in a just and equitable manner?
1718 Jun 11:00
In this conference, the speakers will critically reflect on the increasing incorporation of global standards in the EU legal system and the legal questions raised by this phenomenon.
18 Jun 12:00
- 13:30Conference, Lecture
Join in the launch of two important books about the future of European security, written by key scholars in the discipline. The Making of European Security Policy: Between Institutional Dynamics and Global Challenges addresses how and in what capacity the European Union and its member states are able to respond to fundamental shifts occurring in global politics and still remain relevant for the future. The volume The European Union’s Security Relations with Asian Partners provides a comprehensive analysis of security relations between the EU and its important Asian partners together with an assessment of the role played by other global powers.
This workshop forms part of a series of four workshops within the Jean Monnet NOVA-EU project coordinated by Prof. Andrea Ott.
2829 Jun 15:00
Right to silence and related rights in pre-trial suspects’ interrogations in the EU. Legal and empirical study and promoting best practice.
29 Jun 15:30
- 17:00Workshop, Academic session, Conference
This webinar focuses on "Lobbying in times of COVID-19". It seeks to encourage debate and exchange between professionals, academics and students in European public affairs.
This year's theme of the MaCSBio Science Day is: Similar but not the same: Sex-specific modeling in Systems Biology. During this day MaCSBio will present current and future research during this extraordinary day.
AHRI Conference: Human Rights Strategies.
Organised by the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights.
23 Sep 08:30