Webinar on “Entangled crises: How can the EU help?“ – Register today!

The European Commission’s Scientific Advice Mechanism is organising a webinar on strategic crisis management in the European Union on 24 November.

This webinar follows the publications of the Science Advice Mechanism’s Evidence Review Report and Scientific Opinion, and a statement from the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies on 22 November 2022.

It will address how the EU should improve its strategic crisis management, and what solutions are suggested by the latest scientific evidence.

This interactive and free webinar will gather academics, policymakers of all levels, crisis management practitioners, civil society, and private sector representatives.

Confirmed speakers are:  

  • Professor Tina Comes (SAPEA working group)
  • Professor Maarja Kruusmaa (Group of Chief Scientific Advisors)
  • Professor Barbara Prainsack (European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies)
  • Shivangi Chavda (Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction)

HP Schreinemachers (Head of the Justice, Security and Migration Department, Netherlands)

More information and registration:

Entangled crises: how can the EU help? – SAPEA