Summer school 2016

SUMMER SCHOOL 2016

1st European Data Protection Law Summer School:

Getting to grips with the GDPR

 

The Brussels Privacy Hub organised the 1st European Data Protection Law Summer School, an innovative course on privacy and personal data protection law at the heart of Europe. The programme explored privacy legal and institutional challenges in the European Union, and provide participants with in-depth examination of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other EU data protection instruments - as well as global and, more specifically, transatlantic issues. With a clear multi-stakeholder dimension, it will introduce them to the multiple professional perspectives, human rights requirements and social aspects of EU-level privacy and data protection policy. The course, promoted networking and provided participants with the opportunity to engage with the principal EU data protection institutions and actors. Teaching staff consisted of leading academics in European data protection law, public and private legal practitioners and policy makers from European institutions such as the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).

 

Goals: Participants in the European Data Protection Law Summer School:

 

  • acquired solid knowledge of the European data protection landscape, and in particular General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other key EU data protection legal instruments, covering key issues such as:
  • extraterritorial scope of the law,
  • accountability,
  • data protection and Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs),
  • the role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO),
  • future challenges for Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) and the European data protection board;
  • understand the legal challenges of privacy from a European perspective, with special focus on transatlantic discussions;
  • gain first hand insights on the functioning of EU-level privacy and personal data protection law.

 

programme

 

Download the programme.

Keynote speaker

 

Paul Nemitz - Director for Fundamental rights and Union citizenship in the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers of the European Commission. The free movement of people in Europe, data protection, fight against hate speech and racism and rights of the child are key responsibilities of his Directorate. @paulnemitz

 

Confirmed lecturers

 

 

Practical Information

 

Dates: 4-8 July 2016

 

Location: Institute for European Studies (IES) of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Pleinlaan 5, B-1050 Brussels.

 

Language: English.

 

Target audience: The summer school is aimed at legal practitioners, public and private sector data protection professionals - including compliance officers, data protection officers, data policy officers - civil society professionals, early career academic researchers and others who work in the areas of privacy and data protection law. Prior familiarity with the field is required.

 

Certificate: Participants will receive a certificate of attendance indicating that they have attended the full programme.

 

IAPP Accreditation: The summer school has been approved by the IAPP. A maximum of 12 CPEs are available for IAPP certified attendees.

 

Registration: Please note that the summer school is now full.

 

Cancellation policy:

 

  • Cancellation must be done in writing.
  • Cancellation one month before the beginning of the summer school: 100% refund
  • Cancellation less than one month before the beginning of the summer school: 250 euros.
  • Cancellation less than two weeks before the beginning of the summer school: no refund available.
  • Accommodation:

 

The registration fee does not include accommodation. Information about accommodation is provided below:

The VUB U-residence provides accommodation on the VUB Campus: www.u-residence.be/en/register

Other accommodation is available in Brussels: www.booking.com and www.airbnb.com

 

Summer school organisers:

 

  • Professor Gloria González Fuster, Summer School Co-ordinator
  • Amy Weatherburn, Summer School Assistant

 

The Brussels Privacy Hub would like to acknowledge the collaboration and assistance of the following organisations in organising the Summer School:

 

  • European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)
  • VUB's Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) Research Group
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

 

Further information

 

Amy Weatherburn

Brussels Privacy Hub, Law Science and Technology,

Building B,

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Pleinlaan 2

B-1050 Brussels

Belgium

E: amy.weatherburn@vub.ac.be

W: www.brusselsprivacyhub.org

 

 

 

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