• 23 Sep 08:30
    - 19:00


    A multidisciplinary and annual conference devoted to topics focusing on development and migration, return migration and displacement, migrants and the receiving society and migration in light of Covid19. 

  •   298 Sep Oct 16:30
    - 17:00

    International Conference of Terra Mosana: Sustainable Digital Heritage

    The International Conference of the Terra Mosana project, organised by Maastricht Centre for Arts and Culture, Conservation and Heritage (MACCH), brings together researchers, policy makers, professionals and practitioners to explore the long-term sustainability of digital heritage.

  • 7 Oct 14:00
    - 16:30
    Workshop, Conference

    Governance and Legal Frameworks for Digital Heritage workshop

    Where cultural heritage sites are being digitized, legal and governance questions arise. In particular, this involves questions of copyright protection of the original work, ownership of the generated digital work and access regimes to these digitized cultural content. Legal and governance norms differ between one country and another. Cross-boundary digitalisation projects therefore raise relevant questions as to how ownership and access should be regulated. We focus on the legal and governance solutions found for specific examples of digitizing cultural heritage in various jurisdictions. Please register for the International Conference of Terra Mosana: Sustainable Digital Heritage!

  • 3 Nov 14:00
    - 17:00
  •   1517 Nov
    Conference, Seminar

    Emerging Issues and Challenges in Privacy and Cybersecurity

    This 2,5 days training programme is a building block of the full Diploma Track on Privacy Management.

  • 19 Nov 10:00
    - 16:30

    ITEM Annual Conference 2021: Empowering border regions - more than ever?

    The Corona pandemic has shown that attention to tackling obstacles is achieved not only by streamlining regulations, but also by recognizing a border identity. A joint strategy of the stakeholders involved and working together with partners on both sides of the border, each from their own background (practice, knowledge, governance), appears to be necessary to establish relevant casuistry, a shared and concrete agenda and a structural approach.

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