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Challenges of Global Digitalisation for Governance and Justice

Paskelbė Juliette MOLLICONE-BOUSSUGE Prieš 6 mėn. 2 savaitės

nuo Pirmadienis 16 Rugsėjis 2019 iki Antradienis 17 Rugsėjis 2019
Luxembourg
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Digitalisation is rapidly transforming our world and affects governance, businesses and justice. In light of this, there is an urgent need to adopt solutions to the global digital changes in automatisation, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, digitalisation of legal practices and services, as well as electronic evidence.

The seminar will address the main issues at play in terms of overcoming the challenges of the rapid scientific and technological changes faced by governments, economies and markets, as well as justice. Centred around global cooperation and technological convergences, the seminar will explore following solutions in governance innovation and technological distribution, taxation of the digital market economy, digital justice, protection of people’s fundamental rights and the generation of new digital ones.

Pirminė kalba:
Renginio tipas: 
Konferencija
Dalyvio mokestis: 
Taip
Registracijos terminas: 
26/08/2019
Renginys internete: 
Ne
Organizatoriai: 
EIPA Luxembourg
Organizatoriaus tipas: 
Kitas renginys
Kontaktiniai duomenys: 
Stéphanie Gemnig s.gemnig@eipa.eu
Dalyvių skaičius: 
< 100
Tikslai ir uždaviniai: 
The methodology will consist of a combination of presentations, discussions, practical examples and case studies, so that participants can derive as much as possible from the facilitators’ complementary practical experience.
Laukiami mokymosi rezultatai: 
The general objective of this seminar is to bring participants up to date with the EU policies and legislative measures adopted in relation to the digital governance, economies and markets, as well as justice.
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