WHEN: Thursday 7 June 2018 15:00-17:00
Fulfilling the ambitious targets set by the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 will require new resources and new collaborations across sectors, but it will also require fresh thinking. Innovation, and in particular innovation in new digital technologies, will be essential. This is as true for the good governance and anti-corruption targets that are part of Goal 16 as they are for other goals.
How can technologies, such secured electronic payments, cashless transactions and blockchain ensure greater transparency and accountability across the public and private sectors? Can big data and artificial intelligence provide new ways to detect fraud and prevent corruption?
We will examine these questions and the EU’s role in incentivising deployment of these innovations as it prepares to deepen the so-called ‘Security Union’, expands the Digital Single Market, and includes more ambitious good governance clauses in trade and other agreements with third countries.
To confirm your participation in this event, please register via the link below. Please note that the number of seats is limited.
Register HERE by Monday 4 June 2018
***This event is part of the “Friends of Transparency EU” initiative – a collaborative platform for companies and individuals who are committed to attaining the highest standards of integrity and transparency in business and share the vision of the TI movement***
14:30 – 15:00 Registrations and networking coffee
15:00 – 15:10 Welcome by Carl Dolan, Director, TI EU
15:10 – 16:10 Panel discussion chaired by Carl Dolan, Director, TI EU
- Serge Novaretti, Policy Officer, eGovernment and Trust, DG CNECT, European Commission
- Zissimos Vergos, Team Leader – Private Sector Development Policy, Business Enabling Environment, Competitiveness, Public Private Partnership, DG DEVCO, European Commission
- Jean Rodesch, Vice President Global Government Affairs, Pernod Ricard
- Maciej Surowiec, Government Affairs Manager, Microsoft
16:10 – 16:50 Q&A session
16:50 – 17:00 Wrap up and closing remarks by Carl Dolan, Director, TI EU