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SURVEILLE Final Conference (State of the Union)- 7-8 May 2015
8 May- Morning Session- Palazzo Vecchio
7 May- Technology, Security and Freedom in an Urban Context 
Dr. Gus Hosein, Executive Director of Privacy International
Prof. Tom Sorell, Professor of Politics and Philosophy- University of Warwick
Mr. Ahmed Aboutaleb, Mayor of Rotterdam
Prof. Martin Scheinin, Professor of International Law and Human Rights – EUI
Mr. Leen Verbeek, vice-President of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe
SURVEILLE Second Annual Forum for Decision Makers  23rd September 2013
Prof. Martin Scheinin, Professor of International Law and Human Rights – EUI
Prof. Milton L. Mueller, Syracuse University School of Information Studies
Dr. Coen van Gulijk, TU Delft
Dr. Claudia Diaz, Assistant Professor – COSIC – K.U.Leuven
SURVEILLE First Annual Forum for Decision Makers – 24th September 2012
Simon Chesterman, Dean of the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law and a member of SURVEILLE’s Advisory Board, discusses the challenges modern societies face in addressing security concerns and suggests existing notions of social contract and trust require re-examination.
SURVEILLE First Annual Forum for Decision Makers – 24th September 2012
Matthew Ryder QC, Matrix Chambers, discusses how existing legal frameworks fare in providing sufficient checks and balances for the use of security-oriented surveillance technologies.
SURVEILLE First Annual Forum for Decision Makers – 24th September 2012
Dr. Claudia Diaz, a member of SURVEILLE’s Advisory Board, shares her views on how European citizens see their privacy.
SURVEILLE First Annual Forum for Decision Makers – 24th September 2012
Jan Ellermann, Europol, responds to questions on refining tools for data protection used by authorities in order to respect human rights.
SURVEILLE First Annual Forum for Decision Makers – 24th September 2012
Dr. Quirine A.M. Eijkman, discusses surveillance and its use against serious crime, noting the societal and security challenges SURVEILLE’s research can address.
SURVEILLE First Annual Forum – 24th September 2012 Audio recordings from the conference. These links open files in a separate tab, but you can download to listen later by right clicking (Ctrl click on a Mac) and selecting ‘Save As’. 1 Introducing Surveille   11. Opening remarks by Prof. Anne Weyembergh (IEE-ULB)   12. Introducing remarks by Dr. Guy Stessens (General Secretariat of the EU Council)   13. Introduction of the SURVEILLE project by Prof. Martin Scheinin (European University Institute)   14. Comments to Martin Scheinin presentation by Marietje Schaake (European Parliament)   15. Presentation by Dr. Coen Van Gulijk (TU Delft)   16. Presentation by Dr. Sebastian Höhn (University of Freiburg)   17. Comments to presentations 5 and 6 by Dr. Quirine A.M. Eijkman (Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism, Leiden University)   18. Q&A on the first session 2 The use of surveillance technologies in the prevention and investigation of serious offences   21. Presentation Ms. Céline Cocq (IEE-ULB)   22. Presentation by Dr. Francesca Galli (IEE-ULB)   23. Comments to the previous two presentations by Prof. Simon Chesterman (University of Singapore)   24. Q& A on the second session 3 Policy debate: Do serious crime and terrorism require a realignment of law enforcement and intelligence services’ use of surveillance technologies in the prevention and investigation of offences?   31. Introduction by Mr. Serge de Biolley (IEE-ULB)   32. Presentation by Mr. Ronald Steen (Public Prosecutor, National Public Prosecutor’s Office, Rotterdam)   33. Presentation by Mr. Matthew Ryder (Matrix Chambers)   34. Presentation by Dr. Jan Ellermann (Data Protection Officer, EUROPOL)   35. Presentation by Ms. Eva-Maria Engdahl (DG Home, European Commission)   36. Presentation by Prof. John Vervaele (University of Utrecht)   37. Q&A on the presentations