Second Parallel Sessions 7 December 2017 - 15:30 - 17:30

Track 1: Data protection and Privacy

Panel 3: Privacy challenges related to EU-level security, control and surveillance mechanisms

Room: TBC

Chair: prof. dr. Gert Vermeulen

Dr. Christiane Höhn: Council of the European Union

Privacy challenges related to counter-terrorism

Dr. Wojciech Wiewiórowski: University of Gdansk

Surveillance for Public Security Purposes. Four pillars of acceptable interference in fundamental right to privacy

Dr. Mario Oetheimer: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

Surveillance by intelligence services: Fundamental rights safeguards - field perspectives

Dr. Niovi Vavoula: University of London

EU immigration databases under scrutiny: Towards the normalisation of surveillance of movement in an era of privacy spring?


Track 2: Limits to freedom of movement in the European Union

Panel 4: Free movement and EU citizenship

Room: TBC

Chair: prof. dr. Peter Van Elsuwege

Prof. dr. Dimitry Kochenov: University of Groningen

The oxymoron of market citizenship

Mr. Martijn Van den Brink: Max Planck Institute, Göttingen

EU citizenship and fundamental rights: Empirical, normative and conceptual problems

Ms. Maria Florentina Haag: European University Institute, Florence

The distribution of responsibility between the host and the home member state for economically inactive Union citizens

Ms. Hester Kroeze: Ghent University

Shaping family reunification in the wake of the Right to family life

Track 3: Public policy meets property protection

Panel 5: Use and abuse of international investment arbitration as a check on government action

Room: TBC

Chair: prof. dr. Diederik Bruloot

Prof. dr. Frank Hoffmeister: Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The Commission's initiative for a Multilateral Investment court


Prof. dr. Eric De Brabandere: Leiden University

Recalibrating international investment arbitration: Investor obligations and host State counterclaims

Dr. Szilárd Gáspár-Szilágyi: University of Oslo

Turning domestic courts into 'investment courts' : Is the EU missing out on a golden opportunity to increase the legitimacy of ISDS?

Dr. Barbara Warwas: The Hague University

Do the provisions of CETA on the status of arbitrators increase the legitimacy of the ICS?