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Terrorism in the XXI century - What should the EU do?

Thursday 1 July @ 14:30 CET - Live broadcast

Terrorism in the XXI century - What should the EU do?

Patryk Jaki MEP cordially invites you to the international conference 'Terrorism in the XXI Century - What should the European Union do?'

15.00 Welcome Remarks

  • Patryk Jaki MEP, Rapporteur on Terrorist Content Online regulation, Former Deputy Minister of Justice of Poland, Former Chairman of the Polish Penitentiary Council

15:05 I. PANEL DISCUSSION

Terrorism continues to be a major threat to our society. Experts will present the main challenges and problems as well as their solutions. They will also summarize what their institutions are doing in the fight against terrorism. The key question will be what strategy the European community should adopt to deal with the problem.

Remarks

  • Mr. Fabrice Leggeri, Executive Director of Frontex
  • Ms. Heike Buss, European Commission, Deputy Head of Counter-Terrorism Unit
  • Mr. Claudio Galzerano, Europol, Head of Department of the European Counter Terrorism Centre
  • Ms. Beata Marczak, Deputy National Prosecutor in Poland, responsible for the Counter-Terrorism Unit
  • Moderator: Patryk Jaki MEP, Rapporteur on Terrorist Content Online regulation, Former Deputy Minister of Justice of Poland, Former Chairman of the Polish Penitentiary Council

16:00 II. PANEL DISCUSSION

Terrorism must be looked at not only through the prism of European but also global problems. Uncontrolled movement of people between continents may be an important element to consider. How do we deal with terrorism today? Especially when a huge part of their activity is gathered on the Internet. Experts and politicians will present the main challenges and problems and their solutions.

Remarks

  • Mr. Saad Amrani, Chief Commissioner at the Brussels Police Department and Strategic Advisor to the Commissioner General of the Federal Police of Belgium
  • Mr. Javier Zarzalejos MEP
  • Mr. Nicola Procaccini MEP
  • Dr Wojciech Szewko, Expert of the Terrorism Research Centre for Collegium Civitas
  • Moderator: Charlie Weimers MEP

17:30 Closing remarks

Broadcast of the event: https://terrorismdebate.eu/

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