Boosting European Security Law and Policy – BeSEC. Online Final Conference

18 June 2020 — 20 June 2020

The conference will be open to students, civil society and the media and will actively promote input from and dialogue with the public. On the basis of the debate, the team members will prepare a manifesto outlining the key elements, best practices and points of convergence emerging from the conference, as well as concrete proposals for policy and legal action which will be submitted to the European Union and national political institutions.

It will consist in a three-day event. Each day will be devoted, on the one hand, to the aspects of security law and policy constituting the main focus of the present project, and, on the other hand, on further topics related to the multifarious dimensions of European security law and policy. During the final conference the photo exhibition “Shots on Security” will be presented and inaugurated. The theme of the photo exhibition will be the perception of fear linked to the phenomenon of immigration in Italy.

Scientific Committe: Marco Ventura, Alessandro Palmieri, Riccardo Pavoni

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The meeting will take place on the Google Meet platform.
Registration for the event is mandatory by 9.30 AM on Thursday 18 June 2020.
Subscribers will receive the link to access the webinar on June 18.

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Program

Thursday 18 June, h. 15-18,30

Marco Ventura, University of Siena and FBK Trento, BeSEC Coordinator
Introduction

I Session: Keynote Addresses

Chair: Riccardo Pavoni, University of Siena

Jan Wouters, KU Leuven, JM Chair EU and Global Governance
The EU Common Foreign and Security Policy: Past, Present and Future

Pavel Sturma, Charles University in Prague, Member of the ILC
Security Aspects of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

h. 16,15-16,45: Break

Roberto Pardolesi, LUISS Guido Carli, Rome
The Right to Be Forgotten: Critical Issues

Federico Lenzerini, University of Siena
The Common European Asylum System: Recent Challenges and (Still) Unresolved Problems

DISCUSSION


Friday 19 June, h. 9,30-12,45

II Session: Flows of Migrants and Fundamental Human Rights

Chair: Valeria Piergigli, University of Siena

Ľubica Saktorová, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica
Sequence of Events Called for the End of the Migration Crises

Daniele Ferrari, Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités (GSRL), CNRS-EPHE, Paris
Migrants and Religious Freedom

h. 10,30-11: Break

Kateřina Kasalová, Masaryk University in Brno
Detention of a Child in the Light of EU Asylum and Migration Law

Giammaria Milani, University of Siena
Nationality and Security in the European Context

DISCUSSION


Friday 19 June, h. 15-18,30
III Session: Financial Flows and Movement of Capitals

Chair: Vittorio Santoro, University of Siena

Adoración Perez Troya, Universidad de Alcalá
New financial services and regulatory sandboxes in Europe: challenges and risks

Vicenç Ribas Ferrer, Universidad de Alcalá
Payment institutions’ prudential framework in open banking services

h. 16,15-16,45: Break

Marta Božina Beroš, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula
Privately vs. Sovereign Issued Digital Currencies

Maria Cecilia Cardarelli, Università del Salento
Technological Innovation and Security: The Open Banking

DISCUSSION


Saturday 20 June, h. 9,30-12,45
IV Session:
Data Security and Protection of Privacy

Chair: Pasquale Annicchino, CIRIS Cambridge and FBK Trento

Paolo Cesarini, Head of Unit, DG Connect, EU Commission
Misinformation and the Digitalization of Media Ecosystem

Luz Martinez Velencoso, Universitat de València
Consent: Lawful Processing v. Data “in Payment” for a Service

h. 10,30-11: Break

Maria Casoria, Royal University for Women (RUW) in Riffa
Beyond Tradition: Rethinking the Concept of Abuse of Dominance Through the Lens of Personal Data Protection

Silvio Ranise, FBK Trento
Machine Learning Algorithms and Public Administration: the Need for Reconciling Transparency and Efficiency

Ljubica Djordjevic, European Centre for Minority Issues, Flensburg
Processing of Ethnic Data: Juggling between Data Protection and Diversity Management

DISCUSSION

Conclusions: Alessandro Palmieri and Riccardo Pavoni, University of Siena

 

Playlist video

Speakers

  • Marco Ventura
    Speaker
    University of Siena and FBK Trento
  • Riccardo Pavoni
    Speaker
    University of Siena
  • Jan Wouters
    Speaker
    KU Leuven, JM Chair EU and Global Governance
  • Pavel Sturma
    Speaker
    Charles University in Prague, Member of the ILC
  • Roberto Pardolesi
    Speaker
    LUISS Guido Carli, Rome
  • Federico Lenzerini
    Speaker
    University of Siena
  • Valeria Piergigli
    Speaker
    University of Siena
  • Ľubica Saktorová
    Speaker
    Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica
  • Daniele Ferrari
    Speaker
    Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités (GSRL), CNRS-EPHE, Paris
  • Kateřina Kasalová
    Speaker
    Masaryk University in Brno
  • Stefano Pagliantini
    Speaker
    University of Siena, Director of the Department of Law
  • Vittorio Santoro
    Speaker
    University of Siena
  • Adoración Perez Troya
    Speaker
    Universidad de Alcalá
  • Vicenç Ribas Ferrer
    Speaker
    Universidad de Alcalá
  • Marta Božina Beroš
    Speaker
    Juraj Dobrila University of Pula
  • Maria Cecilia Cardarelli
    Speaker
    Università del Salento
  • Pasquale Annicchino
    Speaker
    CIRIS Cambridge and FBK Trento
  • Paolo Cesarini
    Speaker
    Head of Unit, DG Connect, EU Commission
  • Luz Martinez Velencoso
    Speaker
    Universitat de València
  • Maria Casoria
    Speaker
    Royal University for Women (RUW) in Riffa
  • Silvio Ranise
    Speaker
    FBK Trento
  • Ljubica Djordjevic
    Speaker
    European Centre for Minority Issues, Flensburg
  • Alessandro Palmieri
    Speaker
    University of Siena
  • Riccardo Pavoni
    Speaker
    University of Siena

Registration

Registration to this event is mandatory.

Registration closed on 18/06/2020.

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Pursuant to art. 13 of EU Regulation No. 2016/679 – General Data Protection Regulation and as detailed in the Privacy Policy for FBK event’s participants, we inform you that the event will be recorded and disclosed on the FBK institutional channels. In order not to be filmed or recorded, you can disable the webcam and/or mute the microphone during virtual events or inform the FBK staff who organize the public event beforehand.