*TRAITÉ DE ROME*

Il est important de se rappeler d'où nous venons. Après les tragédies de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le Traité de Rome fut un accord clé entre six pays qui a lié leur destinée via la Communauté économique européenne. À l'occasion du 62ème anniversaire de sa signature, nous revenons sur la manière dont le traité a posé les bases de l'Europe et de sa réalisation, défendues par le Parlement européen.

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2010*50Years of Traineeships at the European Commission*

2010*50Years of Traineeships at the European Commission*
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*LES PRINCIPALES INSTITUTIONS DE L'UNION EUROPÉENNE*

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Friday, April 30, 2021

🇪🇺Adoption règles: suppression contenus en ligne!

 

Online platforms will soon be required to remove terrorist content reported by national authorities within an hour.
The new regulation has been definitively adopted by the European Parliament!


Pronto se requerirá que las plataformas en línea eliminen el contenido terrorista denunciado por las autoridades nacionales en el plazo de una hora.
¡El nuevo reglamento ha sido adoptado definitivamente por el Parlamento Europeo!


Les plateformes en ligne auront bientôt l'obligation de retirer en moins d'une heure les contenus à caractère terroriste signalés par les autorités nationales.

Le nouveau règlement a été adopté définitivement par le Parlement Européen! 



La Commission se félicite de l’adoption de règles de l’UE :

 sur la suppression des contenus à caractère terroriste en ligne.

La Commission se félicite de l’adoption finale des règles de l’UE relatives à la prévention de la diffusion de contenus à caractère terroriste en ligne, à la suite du feu vert du Parlement européen hier. Les nouvelles règles garantiront que les plateformes en ligne s’occupent de manière proactive de l’utilisation abusive de leurs services à des fins de diffusion de contenus à caractère terroriste en ligne. Les plateformes devront supprimer les contenus à caractère terroriste signalés par les autorités des États membres dans un délai maximal d'une heure. Les règles contribueront également à lutter contre la propagation d’idéologies extrémistes en ligne, un élément essentiel de la prévention des attaques et de la lutte contre la radicalisation. Le règlement prévoit des garanties solides pour assurer le plein respect des droits fondamentaux tels que la liberté d’expression et d’information.

Margaritis Schinas, vice-président chargé de la promotion de notre mode de vie européen, a déclaré : « Les contenus à caractère terroriste en ligne peuvent motiver de nouvelles attaques, radicaliser les personnes et contribuer à la diffusion d’informations techniques dangereuses ayant des conséquences mortelles. Avec les règles adoptées aujourd’hui, nous définissons clairement les responsabilités qui incombent aux États membres et aux fournisseurs de services pour mettre fin à la circulation de contenus à caractère terroriste sur internet. Ceci est un accord historique. L’Union de la sécurité devient une réalité. »

« La conclusion des négociations sur cette loi a été l’une de mes priorités dès le 1er jour. Le droit européen empêchera désormais les terroristes d’utiliser internet pour diffuser leurs messages avec l'intention d'intimider, de radicaliser, de recruter et de nuire à nos sociétés. Nous disposons de règles claires et transparentes pour faire en sorte que les contenus à caractère terroriste soient retirés le plus tôt et le plus rapidement possible, que les contenus supprimés ne soient pas de nouveau téléchargés ailleurs et que les gens puissent se sentir en sécurité en ligne », ajoute la commissaire chargée des affaires intérieures, Ylva Johansson

Le règlement va maintenant être publié au Journal officiel de l’UE et commencera à s’appliquer à partir de la mi-2022.

 Ces règles constituent un élément essentiel du programme de l’UE consacré à la lutte antiterroriste.

Security Union: A Counter-Terrorism Agenda and stronger Europol to boost the EU's resilience. https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/ip_20_2326

Unión de la Seguridad: Agenda de Lucha contra el Terrorismo y refuerzo de Europol para impulsar la resiliencia de la UE https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/es/ip_20_2326

@MorganeBravo 
Former trainee (Blue Book) of the European Commission, 
at the General Secretariat in Brussels. 
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Fondatrice du HUB (2006)
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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

🇪🇺Europe fit for the DigitalAge: AI.


Artificial Intelligence is everywhere and in Europe we want to become a hotbed of excellence in AI technology. 

The EU has already helped hundreds of projects using AI to kickstart their research thanks to EU funding. The results? Diagnosing cancer is now faster and more accurate. Spotting fake news is easier. The buildings and structures around us are becoming more secure. Farms produce better quality food and our eating habits can become healthier. The impact of disabilities is reduced and transport is becoming safer. We have a better understanding of the human brain and of everything that surrounds us.

 

Artificial Intelligence – Evolution dance.


Une Europe adaptée à l'ère du numérique: La Commission propose de nouvelles règles et actions en faveur de l'excellence et de la confiance dans l'intelligence artificielle.

👉https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/fr/ip_21_1682

👉https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/es/ip_21_1682


Europe fit for the Digital Age: Commission proposes new rules and actions for excellence and trust in Artificial Intelligence.

The Commission proposes today new rules and actions aiming to turn Europe into the global hub for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI). The combination of the first-ever legal framework on AI and a new Coordinated Plan with Member States will guarantee the safety and fundamental rights of people and businesses, while strengthening AI uptake, investment and innovation across the EU. New rules on Machinery will complement this approach by adapting safety rules to increase users' trust in the new, versatile generation of products.

Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President for a Europe fit for the Digital Age, said: “On Artificial Intelligence, trust is a must, not a nice to have. With these landmark rules, the EU is spearheading the development of new global norms to make sure AI can be trusted. By setting the standards, we can pave the way to ethical technology worldwide and ensure that the EU remains competitive along the way. Future-proof and innovation-friendly, our rules will intervene where strictly needed: when the safety and fundamental rights of EU citizens are at stake.”

Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton said: “AI is a means, not an end. It has been around for decades but has reached new capacities fueled by computing power. This offers immense potential in areas as diverse as health, transport, energy, agriculture, tourism or cyber security. It also presents a number of risks. Today's proposals aim to strengthen Europe's position as a global hub of excellence in AI from the lab to the market, ensure that AI in Europe respects our values and rules, and harness the potential of AI for industrial use.” 

The new AI regulation will make sure that Europeans can trust what AI has to offer. Proportionate and flexible rules will address the specific risks posed by AI systems and set the highest standard worldwide. The Coordinated Plan outlines the necessary policy changes and investment at Member States level to strengthen Europe's leading position in the development of human-centric, sustainable, secure, inclusive and trustworthy AI.

The European approach to trustworthy AI

The new rules will be applied directly in the same way across all Member States based on a future-proof definition of AI. They follow a risk-based approach:

Unacceptable risk: AI systems considered a clear threat to the safety, livelihoods and rights of people will be banned. This includes AI systems or applications that manipulate human behaviour to circumvent users' free will (e.g. toys using voice assistance encouraging dangerous behaviour of minors) and systems that allow ‘social scoring' by governments.

High-risk: AI systems identified as high-risk include AI technology used in:

  • Critical infrastructures (e.g. transport), that could put the life and health of citizens at risk;
  • Educational or vocational training, that may determine the access to education and professional course of someone's life (e.g. scoring of exams);
  • Safety components of products (e.g. AI application in robot-assisted surgery);
  • Employment, workers management and access to self-employment (e.g. CV-sorting software for recruitment procedures);
  • Essential private and public services (e.g. credit scoring denying citizens opportunity to obtain a loan);
  • Law enforcement that may interfere with people's fundamental rights (e.g. evaluation of the reliability of evidence);
  • Migration, asylum and border control management (e.g. verification of authenticity of travel documents);
  • Administration of justice and democratic processes (e.g. applying the law to a concrete set of facts).

High-risk AI systems will be subject to strict obligations before they can be put on the market:

  • Adequate risk assessment and mitigation systems;
  • High quality of the datasets feeding the system to minimise risks and discriminatory outcomes;
  • Logging of activity to ensure traceability of results;
  • Detailed documentation providing all information necessary on the system and its purpose for authorities to assess its compliance;
  • Clear and adequate information to the user;
  • Appropriate human oversight measures to minimise risk;
  • High level of robustnesssecurity and accuracy.

In particular, all remote biometric identification systems are considered high risk and subject to strict requirements. Their live use in publicly accessible spaces for law enforcement purposes is prohibited in principle. Narrow exceptions are strictly defined and regulated (such as where strictly necessary to search for a missing child, to prevent a specific and imminent terrorist threat or to detect, locate, identify or prosecute a perpetrator or suspect of a serious criminal offence). Such use is subject to authorisation by a judicial or other independent body and to appropriate limits in time, geographic reach and the data bases searched.

Limited risk, i.e. AI systems with specific transparency obligations: When using AI systems such as chatbots, users should be aware that they are interacting with a machine so they can take an informed decision to continue or step back.

Minimal risk: The legal proposal allows the free use of applications such as AI-enabled video games or spam filters. The vast majority of AI systems fall into this category. The draft Regulation does not intervene here, as these AI systems represent only minimal or no risk for citizens' rights or safety.

In terms of governance, the Commission proposes that national competent market surveillance authorities supervise the new rules, while the creation of a European Artificial Intelligence Board will facilitate their implementation, as well as drive the development of standards for AI. Additionally, voluntary codes of conduct are proposed for non-high-risk AI, as well as regulatory sandboxes to facilitate responsible innovation.

The European approach to excellence in AI

Coordination will strengthen Europe's leading position in human-centric, sustainable, secure, inclusive and trustworthy AI. To remain globally competitive, the Commission is committed to fostering innovation in AI technology development and use across all industries, in all Member States.

First published in 2018 to define actions and funding instruments for the development and uptake of AI, the Coordinated Plan on AI enabled a vibrant landscape of national strategies and EU funding for public-private partnerships and research and innovation networks. The comprehensive update of the Coordinated Plan proposes concrete joint actions for collaboration to ensure all efforts are aligned with the European Strategy on AI and the European Green Deal, while taking into account new challenges brought by the coronavirus pandemic. It puts forward a vision to accelerate investments in AI, which can benefit the recovery. It also aims to spur the implementation of national AI strategies, remove fragmentation, and address global challenges.

The updated Coordinated Plan will use funding allocated through the Digital Europe and Horizon Europe programmes, as well as the Recovery and Resilience Facility that foresees a 20% digital expenditure target, and Cohesion Policy programmes, to:

  • Create enabling conditions for AI's development and uptake through the exchange of policy insights, data sharing and investment in critical computing capacities;
  • Foster AI excellence ‘from the lab to the market' by setting up a public-private partnership, building and mobilising research, development and innovation capacities, and making testing and experimentation facilities as well as digital innovation hubs available to SMEs and public administrations;
  • Ensure that AI works for people and is a force for good in society by being at the forefront of the development and deployment of trustworthy AI, nurturing talents and skills by supporting traineeships, doctoral networks and postdoctoral fellowships in digital areas, integrating Trust into AI policies and promoting the European vision of sustainable and trustworthy AI globally;
  • Build strategic leadership in high-impact sectors and technologies including environment by focusing on AI's contribution to sustainable production, health by expanding the cross-border exchange of information, as well as the public sector, mobility, home affairs and agriculture, and Robotics.

The European approach to new machinery products

Machinery products cover an extensive range of consumer and professional products, from robots to lawnmowers, 3D printers, construction machines, industrial production lines. The Machinery Directive, replaced by the new Machinery Regulation, defined health and safety requirements for machinery. This new Machinery Regulation will ensure that the new generation of machinery guarantees the safety of users and consumers, and encourages innovation. While the AI Regulation will address the safety risks of AI systems, the new Machinery Regulation will ensure the safe integration of the AI system into the overall machinery. Businesses will need to perform only one single conformity assessment. 

Additionally, the new Machinery Regulation will respond to the market needs by bringing greater legal clarity to the current provisions, simplifying the administrative burden and costs for companies by allowing digital formats for documentation and adapting conformity assessment fees for SMEs, while ensuring coherence with the EU legislative framework for products.

Next steps

The European Parliament and the Member States will need to adopt the Commission's proposals on a European approach for Artificial Intelligence and on Machinery Products in the ordinary legislative procedure. Once adopted, the Regulations will be directly applicable across the EU. In parallel, the Commission will continue to collaborate with Member States to implement the actions announced in the Coordinated Plan.

Background

For years, the Commission has been facilitating and enhancing cooperation on AI across the EU to boost its competitiveness and ensure trust based on EU values. 

Following the publication of the European Strategy on AI in 2018 and after extensive stakeholder consultation, the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (HLEG) developed Guidelines for Trustworthy AI in 2019, and an Assessment List for Trustworthy AI in 2020. In parallel, the first Coordinated Plan on AI was published in December 2018 as a joint commitment with Member States.

The Commission's White Paper on AI, published in 2020, set out a clear vision for AI in Europe: an ecosystem of excellence and trust, setting the scene for today's proposal. The public consultation on the White Paper on AI elicited widespread participation from across the world. The White Paper was accompanied by a ‘Report on the safety and liability implications of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and robotics' concluding that the current product safety legislation contains a number of gaps that needed to be addressed, notably in the Machinery Directive.

 

Message by President Ursula von der Leyen.

The European Commission’s approach on Artificial Intelligence centres around excellence and trust. It aims to boost the EU's research and industrial capacity. Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of strategic importance and a key driver of economic development. It can bring solutions to many societal challenges from treating diseases to minimising the environmental impact of farming. However, there are socio-economic, legal and ethical impacts of AI that have to be carefully addressed.


 Message by Vice-President Margrethe Vestager.

Message by Commissioner Thierry Breton.
 

             2030 digital compass: the european way for the digital decade.

On 9 March 2021, the Commission presents a vision and avenues for Europe’s digital transformation by 2030. 
Europe aims to empower businesses and people in a human-centric, sustainable and more prosperous digital future. The vision for the EU’s digital decade evolves around four cardinal points: - A digitally skilled population and highly skilled digital professionals - Secure, performant and sustainable digital infrastructures - Digital transformation of businesses - Digitalisation of public services.


Digital Day brings together Member States to discuss current and future challenges of digital technologies and commit to addressing them. The fourth edition took place on 19 March 2021 as a virtual event, organised by the European Commission in cooperation with the Portuguese Presidency.

Roaming – EC proposes new regulation to ensure EU

 travellers continue to benefit from free roaming.

"Thanks to the Roaming Regulation roaming charges ended on 15 June 2017 and Europeans travelling within the EU countries can Roam Like at Home and pay domestic prices for roaming calls, SMS and data. As the current Roaming Regulation is in place until 30 June 2022, the Commission has reviewed the regime to prolong it beyond that date and enhance benefits for EU citizens. The Commission is proposing a new Roaming Regulation aimed at extending the rules for 10 years and enhancing its benefits for the citizens."


Introducing Cybersecurity Package.

The New Cybersecurity strategy made to fit our digital needs.
How? - By boosting the security of essential services and all connected things - Strengthening capabilities to respond: Europe’s ability to respond to major cyberattacks -Working with partners around the world to ensure international security and stability in cyberspace Because… Everyone should be able to safely live their digital lives. 


Europe Fit for the Digital Age: new rules for digital platforms.

New landmark rules for online platforms in the EU. Introducing: - The Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act - Transparent and accountable online platforms - Empowering users - No more barriers for businesses - Fostering innovation and growth - Protecting fundamental rights and freedom of expression - Fair conditions for all businesses on platforms - A single set of rules for the whole EU - For a safer and open digital space with European values at the centre.


1 Year shaping Europe's digital future - 2020 review.
Review of main actions undertaken throughout 2020 under the digital priority, including:
- 8 new supercomputer centres in the EU - Trustworthy AI – ALTAI - Data Governance Act - European Data spaces - Digital Education Plan - 5G toolbox - Connectivity - Excalate4Cov - Digital Services Act - Cybersecurity strategy.


A SUIVRE...!

Morgane BRAVO

@MorganeBravo 
Former trainee (Blue Book) of the European Commission, 
at the General Secretariat in Brussels. 
Founder,
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷🇪🇺

Fondatrice du HUB (2006)
UNION EUROPÉENNE, EUROPEAN UNION, UNION EUROPEA.
🇪🇺CANDIDAT PRIX EUROPCOM 2017:
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷

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 « ECOLOGIE&INNOVATION : DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE DU XXIE SIÈCLE!».


President & Founder
HUB « DIGITAL DIPLOMACY» «DIPLOMATIE NUMERIQUE ».

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Sunday, April 18, 2021

🇪🇺🇫🇷Touquet: Colloque sur le BREXIT!


Colloque sur le BREXIT,

au Palais des Congrès du Touquet-Paris-Plage.



L’après Brexit : divorce ou nouveau départ ?

Quatre tables rondes de 9h à 18h.


@DFasquelle Maire du @villedutouquet,

avec l'accompagnement de la Région Hauts-de-France, de la CCI des Hauts-de-France 

et de l’Université Côte d’Opale, a accueilli cet événement de réflexion autours des défis à venir dans la relation avec nos amis et voisins britanniques. 

Avec la participation de :

l’ambassadeur du Royaume-Unis en France, 

de Xavier Bertrand Président de Région Hauts-de-France et 

de Michel Barnier, négociateur en chef de l’U.E pour le Bréxit.

Le colloque s'est penché sur les conséquences locales, nationales et internationales du divorce le plus médiatisé de l’Union Européenne.

👉brexit-touquet.com

#BrexitTouquet

Introduction 

par MICHEL BARNIER, Ancien ministre, négociateur en chef de l’UE pour le Brexit et Daniel FASQUELLE, Maire du Touquet-Paris-Plage.

L’UE post-Brexit : dernière chance ou nouveau départ pour le Marché Unique ?

o Clément BEAUNE, Secrétaire d’Etat auprès du ministre de l’Europe chargé des Affaires Européennes. o Julian KING, ancien Commissionner britannique à la Commission européenne et ancien Ambassadeur du Royaume-Uni à Paris o @Patrick MARTIN, Président délégué du MEDEF et Président du Groupe Martin Belaysoud Expansion o Jarl SEVERN, Directeur général de Owen MUMFORD Ltd, basée dans l’Oxfordshire o Yann LERICHE, Directeur Général de Getlink SE (Eurotunnel) Le Brexit, une opportunité pour la France ? o Alexandre Holroyd - Député pour l'Europe du Nord, Président du groupe d’amitié France / Grande-Bretagne o Robert Therry, Député du Pas-de-Calais o François LAVALLEE, Président CCI Littoral Hauts-de-France o François LENGLET, Journaliste TF1 spécialiste économie

Conclusion de la matinée par Xavier Bertrand, Président de la Région Hauts-de-France.

@MichelBarnier

  « Au delà du Brexit et en en tirant les leçons, il y a l’urgence d’un nouveau départ pour l’Union européenne...santé, relance, numérique, social, migrations, géopolitique.

Priorité 1 : agir face aux risques pour notre santé (en tirant les leçons de la crise sanitaire) et notre environnement (consacrer plus de moyens à la transition écologique en stimulant la recherche).

Priorité 2  : la relance économique avec de nouvelles ressources propres, de nouvelles règles budgétaires « la relance ne sera durable que si elle repose sur des bases solides, et notamment une réelle stabilité financière.

Priorité 3 : relever le défi technologique et numérique notamment avec un fonds européen de souveraineté technologique.

Priorité 4 : plus de justice sociale. « La relance doit profiter à tous les territoires . Il doit aussi bénéficier à tous les citoyens, et d’abord aux plus jeunes, avec un Erasmus professionnel et de nouvelles universités européennes.

Priorité 5 : Maîtriser les migrations, mieux contrôler nos frontières extérieures, remettre à plat le droit d’asile et mettre en place une nouvelle politique d’immigration légale. La blue card devrait fonctionner comme un permis de séjour.

Priorité 6  : L’Europe doit s’affirmer résolument sur une scène internationale en pleine recomposition. Reconnecter notre culture de moyens avec la culture du résultat.

Il faut en finir avec une certaine naïveté européenne dans nos échanges internationaux.

Si nous ne voulons pas que l’avenir de nos enfants ou de nos petits-enfants se décide à Washington ou Pékin...Nous devons prendre notre destin en main et peser de tout le poids de la France pour remettre l’Europe dans le bon sens. » @MichelBarnier


Ouverture de l’après-midi, 

par Sir Edward Llewellyn, Ambassadeur du Royaume-Uni en France.

@EdLlewellynFCDO

  « Il s'agit d'un nouveau chapitre. L'accord prend en compte les sensibilités sur le plan national et européen.

En plus d'encourager les liens commerciaux qui font la richesse de notre économie, nous tenons à renforcer la sécurité entre nos pays.

Nous devons travailler ensemble en amis, en alliés mais également entre voisins.

Pour le UK le Brexit est un "nouveau départ". Vive l'amitié franco-britannique! » 

Sir Edward Llewellyn.


Le Brexit, un défi pour les Hauts-de-France
(les cas de la pêche et du tourisme).

o Pierre DUCROCQ, Maire de Montreuil et entrepreneur o David SAGNAD, PDG de CARPENTIER (transporteur de Calais) o Bruno MARGOLLE, Président Coopérative maritime étaploise o Jean-Marc PUISSESSEAU, Président des ports de Calais-Boulogne o Frédéric LETURQUE, Maire d’Arras, conseiller Régional et Président de la « Mission Attractivité Hauts-de-France, Comité Régional du Tourisme et des Congrès » o Jean-François RAPIN, Sénateur, président de la Commission des affaires européennes du Sénat o Vincent HERBERT, géographe, Professeur des universités, ULCO, laboratoire TVES (ULR 4477), Directeur de l’Institut de Recherche et Enseignement en Tourisme (GIS InREnT) o Charles Debruyne – Directeur Golf du Touquet Au-delà du Brexit : l’urgence migratoire (les accords du Touquet) o Pierre-Henri DUMONT, Député du Pas-de-Calais, rapporteur pour avis « Immigration, Asile et Immigration » sur le PLF 2021 o Xavier RAUFER, criminologue et essayiste o François-Xavier BELLAMY, Député européen o Renaud GIRARD, journaliste au Figaro et géopoliticien o Elspeth Guild, professeur à la Queen Mary University of London et au Collège et au Collège d’Europe
Conclusion par Daniel Fasquelle, Maire du Touquet-Paris-Plage :

« Notre colloque sur le Brexit mérite et se doit de devenir un événement annuel, je vous donne rendez-vous en 2022 au #touquetparisplage ! » @DFasquelle
 

English of the conférence on BREXIT.


Introduction by MICHEL BARNIER, Former Minister, EU Chief Negotiator for Brexit and Daniel FASQUELLE, Mayor of Touquet-Paris-Plage. The post-Brexit EU: last chance or new start for the Single Market? o Clément BEAUNE, Secretary of State to the Minister for Europe in charge of European Affairs. o Julian KING, former British Commissioner at the European Commission and former UK Ambassador to Paris o @Patrick MARTIN, Deputy Chairman of MEDEF and Chairman of the Martin Belaysoud Expansion Group o Jarl SEVERN, Managing Director of Owen MUMFORD Ltd, based in Oxfordshire o Yann LERICHE, Managing Director of Getlink SE (Eurotunnel) Brexit, an opportunity for France? o Alexandre Holroyd - Member of Parliament for Northern Europe, President of the France / Great Britain friendship group o Robert Therry, Member of Parliament for Pas-de-Calais o François LAVALLEE, President CCI Littoral Hauts-de-France o François LENGLET, TF1 journalist specializing in economics
Conclusion of the morning by Xavier Bertrand, President of the Hauts-de-France Region.


Opening of the afternoon by Sir Edward Llewellyn, Ambassador of the United Kingdom to France Brexit, a challenge for Hauts-de-France (the cases of fishing and tourism).
o Pierre DUCROCQ, Mayor of Montreuil and entrepreneur o David SAGNAD, CEO of CARPENTIER (Calais transporter) o Bruno MARGOLLE, President of the Etaploise Maritime Cooperative o Jean-Marc PUISSESSEAU, President of the ports of Calais-Boulogne o Frédéric LETURQUE, Mayor of Arras, Regional Councilor and President of the "Hauts-de-France Attractiveness Mission, Regional Committee for Tourism and Congresses" o Jean-François RAPIN, Senator, President of the Senate European Affairs Committee o Vincent HERBERT, geographer, University professor, ULCO, TVES laboratory (ULR 4477), Director of the Institute for Research and Education in Tourism (GIS InREnT) o Charles Debruyne - Golf du Touquet Director Beyond Brexit: the migration emergency (the Touquet agreements) o Pierre-Henri DUMONT, Member of Parliament for Pas-de-Calais, rapporteur for the “Immigration, Asile et Immigration” opinion on the 2021 PLF o Xavier RAUFER, criminologist and essayist o François-Xavier BELLAMY, Member of the European Parliament o Renaud GIRARD, journalist at Le Figaro and geopolitician o Elspeth Guild, professor at Queen Mary University of London and the College and College of Europe Conclusion by Daniel Fasquelle, Mayor of Touquet-Paris-Plage.



Plus de 4000 à suivre le colloque sur le Brexit le matin...

Félicitations, très intéressant!

Un Succès!

👏👏👏

J-18! 
#Brexit @Gallimard  

@MorganeBravo 
Former trainee (Blue Book) of the European Commission, 
at the General Secretariat in Brussels. 
Founder,
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷🇪🇺

Fondatrice du HUB (2006)
UNION EUROPÉENNE, EUROPEAN UNION, UNION EUROPEA.
🇪🇺CANDIDAT PRIX EUROPCOM 2017:
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷

Fondatrice en 2006, 
 « ECOLOGIE&INNOVATION : DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE DU XXIE SIÈCLE!».


President & Founder
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