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The impact of new technologies on Border Controls in the EU

Trier, 22-23 April 2010

Border control is a key element of the European Union’s policy as defined and developed in the new Stockholm Programme adopted in December 2009.

In recent years, the European Union has tried to make full use of the latest electronic technology to provide a way of collecting and analysing information on everyone who travels to or from the EU. The ultimate aim is to monitor internal and external borders to ensure greater security, effectiveness and efficiency. To this extent, the EU is currently working to develop and adjust surveillance and information systems.

To this extent, the EU is currently working to develop and adjust surveillance and information systems such as Eurosur, Schengen Information System (SIS I and II), Visa Information System (VIS), Passenger Name Records (PNR), entry/exit system, etc.

This seminar intends to take stock of the use and the impact of new technologies on EU borders. European and national initiatives will be debated. The role of Frontex and Europol to ensure greater security at EU borders will also be discussed.

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Speakers
Erik Berglund, Director of Capacity Building Division, Frontex Agency, Warsaw; Katarzyna Cuadrat-Grzybowska, Legal Officer – Administrator, Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Brussels; Roland Genson, Director, Police and Customs Cooperation, Schengen Directorate, General Secretariat of the Council of the EU, Brussels; Julie Gillis, Director, e-Borders Programme, UK Border Agency, London; Peter Hobbing, Senior Associate Fellow, Centre for European Policy Study – CEPS, Brussels; Ian Neill, Deputy Director, e-Borders Programme, UK Border Agency, London; Jean-Dominique Nollet, Head of Analysis, Serious Crime Department, Europol, The Hague; Frank Paul, Head of Unit, Large-scale IT-systems and Biometrics, Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security, European Commission, Brussels; Pierre Reuland, Special Representative of Interpol to the European Union, Brussels; Betty Sieperda, Programme Innovation Border Management, Ministry of Justice, Amsterdam

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