In October and November 2015, Vesalius College will hold four breakfast seminars on European communication policies. The aim of this mini lecture series is to gain unique and in-depth insight into the way in which communication-related organisations influence European Union policy-making. Policy professionals from media, Internet and consumer organisations will share their opinions, tips and tricks on current European communication policies. In its turn the European Commission will discuss approaches to engage with traditional and non-traditional stakeholders alike.
You are warmly invited to join the discussion. It is free to attend. However, as spaces are limited, we kindly request that you register for the lectures that you wish to attend by emailing the organizer Trisha Meyer (email@example.com) with mention of ‘ECP Lecture Series’ in the subject line. Coffee and croissants promised for the early risers!
Tuesday 27 October, 08:30-10:00, VeCo Room 2
Marco Pancini, Public Policy Counsel at Google
Tuesday 10 November, 08:30-10:00, VeCo Room 2
Agustín Reyna, Senior Legal Officer at BEUC — European Consumer Organisation
Tuesday 17 November, 08:30-10:00, VeCo Room 2
Anne Bergman-Tahon, Director at FEP-FEE — Federation of European Publishers
Thursday 26 November, 08:30-10:00, VeCo Room 2
Vessela Karloukovska and Annika Ostergren, Policy Officers at European Commission, DG CONNECT