YPDP organised an exciting debate on how new tech trends impact regulation and society on 27th of April at Fipra International.
Mark MacGann (Uber Senior Board Advisor) and Josephine Wood (S&D Advisor, European Parliament) gave input to an interactive discussion on technological disruption, the future of work and the appropriate regulation.
Robin Wauters (tech journalist and founding editor of Tech.eu) moderated the debate.
With the 12th round of negotiations due in early 2016, proponents and critics of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, an agreement aiming to lift trade barriers between the European Union and the United States, are struggling to win the hearts and minds of social media users.
A brave group of young tech policy enthusiasts boarded the first Eurostar morning train on the morning of September 18th. Our goal: To unlock the secrets of London’s vibrant tech startup scene in one day packed with surprising and thought-provoking encounters.
Our group consisted of 20 young professionals working in digital policy for the European Parliament, Commission, Permanent Representations, and a few from private sector and civil society.
On 1 July more than 30 YPDPs took the opportunity for an exclusive lunch meeting with MEP Julia Reda to discuss her fight to modernise Europe’s copyright regime.
As Rapporteur of the European Parliament’s Report on the EU copyright reform, Julia shared her insights on the discussion and explained her broader vision for digital policy.
Many thanks to BEUC for hosting this event.
Ahead of the EP Plenary vote (July 9) on MEP Reda’s Copyright report, which will set the scene for the EU’s copyright proposals,
YPDP is hosting this (free) lunch discussion with MEP Reda on Wednesday, July 1st, 12-13.30.
The event will be hosted at the European Consumer Organisation, BEUC, 80 rue d’Arlon, 1st floor, 1040 Brussels.
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The YPDP Team