SOURCE Events

Implementing the Security Union: The European Commission's priorities and next steps, 19 June 2017, Brussels

Date: Monday, 19 June 2017,
Time: 13.15 to 14.30 (Registration and lunch from 12.30)
Venue: CEPS, Conference Room, 1 Place du Congrès, B-1000 Brussels
 

Keynote Speaker:

Julian King, Commissioner for the Security Union, European Commission

Call for Applications: PhD Course 'Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy'

The Research School on Peace and Conflict invites applications for the course Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy to take place in Oslo on 20-22 September 2017. The deadline for applications is 9 June 2017.

Watch the Videos! SOURCE Conference in Vienna - "Global Threats. Local Actors", 21-22 March 2017

Venue: Haus der Europäischen Union, Vienna, Austria

This SOURCE Societal Security Conference will look at the complex interplay between threats to European security and the measures put in place to address them.

POLICY MEETINGS SERIES on the European Refugee Crisis in the Mediterranean: Societal and Rule of Law Challenges

During the course of 2016 CEPS has carried out three close-door policy meetings looking at the societal security challenges resulting from the European Refugee Crisis in the Mediterranean.

SOURCE PROJECT CONFERENCE: Managing Societal Security in the European Union: Policy-makers as Securitizing Actors, 2 December 2016, Brussels

The conference brings together academics and policy makers working in various fields of Societal Security. During one day, we will address some of the most critical policy issues in today’s EU policies. Specifically, we will discuss policy-relevant research and its implementation at the European Union level regarding: 1) Privacy and data protection; 2) Health, epidemics and environment; 3) Terrorism and counter radicalization; and 3) The EU’s role in reinforcing cultural diplomacy for sustaining peace and security. The event aims to provide an overview on the complexity and interlinkages among various areas of societal security, societal resilience and policy-making, with a special emphasis on the actors involved. All together we will try to find the answers to these and other questions: What do the EU do to protect our data and privacy? How do the EU tackle the global epidemic threats? Are there preventive counter-terrorism policies developed by the EU actors and do they work? How does cultural diplomacy contribute to maintenance of the current peace and security agenda?

Workshop ‘Security Professionals Trajectories, fields dynamics, symbolic capital’, 14 September 2016, Paris

This workshop organised by SOURCE-King's College London (Department of War Studies) and UTIC Sciences Po-CERI. It consist of three Roundatables and a Lecture by David Swartz, Boston University.

Date and Time: 14 September 2016, 11:00-19:00

Venue: Sciences Po-CERI: 56 rue Jacob 75006 Paris (salle Jean Monnet)

SOURCE Workshop: The new Societal security aspects of the Internet of Things, 27 June 2016

The SOURCE Societal Security Network held on 27 June in Bonn a workshop on the new Societal security aspects of the Internet of Things with a focus on the i-car and future transport challenges, bringing together stakeholders from industry, policy-making, technology development, civil society, operations and academia.

Conference on the ‘European Union in International Affairs’ (EUIA16), 11-13 May 2016, Brussels

The Institute for European Studies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (IES-VUB), the Institut d’Études Européennes at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (IEE-ULB), the United Nations University Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS) and Egmont – the Royal Institute for International Relations biannually organise the ‘European Union in International Affairs’ (EUIA) Conference.

The Refugee Crisis and the EU-Turkey Deal: Which role for the EU's Home Affairs Agencies?, 19 May 2016, Brussels

The Policy Forum brings together panelists from the EU’s agencies, the civil society and academia in order to discuss the changing roles of Frontex, Europol and EASO. It will take a look at how the crisis has changed the ways in which these agencies interact and function. It will also discuss the future development of these agencies, notably in view of the reoccurring calls to further enlarge their competences and powers.

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