Modernising European Governance: An Advantage for the Von Der Leyen Mandate?
Inclusion, sustainability, social justice, innovation, global competitiveness and governance are central to the Von der Leyen’s Commission and present a set of interlocked and systemic challenges that need to be addressed.
As the EU institutions are working to make Europe more green, digital, and self-reliant, tackling these issues demand a different approach to regulation. The aim of this event is to bring fresh thinking on how regulators can design a progressive approach to regulation, where responsible innovation can thrive. We will focus on some of the following themes:
- Do we need a different approach to regulation?
- Which novel tools and methods are needed to achieve society’s regulatory goals more effectively and efficiently?
- How can we regulate the digital space? What role will data play in regulation?
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The challenge remains to design the necessary processes and frameworks. FIPRA’s EU & International team are available to support clients towards achieving this.
Maroš Šefčovič – Vice-President for Interinstitutional Relations and Foresight at the European Commission
Veronica Gaffey – Chair of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board (RSB) at the European Commission.
Ben Alcott – Director, International Group, Civil Aviation Authority.
Christopher Hodges – Professor of Justice Systems, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford.
Moya Stevenson – Chairwoman of European Justice Forum, & Director, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Ltd.
Robert Madelin – Chairman, FIPRA International
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