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Recommended Events: Conference on the Future of Europe

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Following the launch of the digital platforms of the Conference on the Future of Europe a series of events have been published. In this context, we recommend a series of events that we consider relevant for the topics promoted by the Participation Resource Pool.

We invite you to keep browsing through all published events as well as to propose your own ones.

 

21 June 2021: Dialogue on the Future of Europe: Building a Digital European Union

The conference consists of three thematic panel discussions. Amongst other experts, the first panel “ Digitalisation and sovereignty: how to balance the legitimate interest of both”, will be featuring Judit Varga Minister of Justice (HU), Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, and Secretary of State Ana Paula Zacarias. In the second panel, professionals from the economic world will be discussing the future of European competitiveness. The third, final panel discussion will focus on “ Digitalisation and European citizens: how to ensure an ethical transition?” featuring speakers primarily from the academic sphere.

1 June 2021: The impact of digital platforms and social media on freedom of expression and pluralism – the viewpoints of young scientists

The main aim of this event is to enable young researchers to present their research results. The conference is organised as a dissemination event of Bartłomiej Oręziak (the member of the research group titled The Impact of Digital Platforms and Social Media on Freedom of Expression and Pluralism). At the conference there will be two key issues: (a) analysis of the influence of fake news on the internet with regard to the freedom of expression and pluralism of opinions; (b) analysis of the influence of censorship on the internet with regard to the freedom of expression and pluralism of opinions.

31 May 2021: Censorship in social networks and fake news in social networks

The main aim of the event is to enable young researchers to present different visions regarding: (a) analysis of the influence of fake news on the internet with regard to the freedom of expression and pluralism of opinions; (b) analysis of the influence of censorship on the internet with regard to the freedom of expression and pluralism of opinions. The Oxford debate is organised as a dissemination event of Marcin Wielec (the head of the research group titled The Impact of Digital Platforms and Social Media on Freedom of Expression and Pluralism).

27 May 2021: The Impact of Digital Platforms and Social Media on General Terms

At the event there will be two key issues: (a) analysis of the influence of fake news on the internet with regard to the freedom of expression and pluralism of opinions; (b) analysis of the influence of censorship on the internet with regard to the freedom of expression and pluralism of opinions.