Quarterly public policy webinars assist European IEEE members in obtaining a better understanding of how the European Union (EU) functions, educate them on which policies are currently discussed between the EU institutions, and help them understand why some EU policies are being prioritized. In particular, through these policy webinars, IEEE members in Europe get thorough insight into how policies are shaped and drafted at the EU level, who the key decision-making institutions are and how they function, how to effectively influence and advocate, and what the key policy priorities are for the EU in the areas of ICT, mobility, health and energy.
Webinar recordings
Wednesday, 24 January 2018, from 16:00 - 17:30 CET - This first webinar will center around how policy-making works in the EU, an overview of the EU institutions/relevant institutions for technology and innovation, core competencies and key personnel in the Commission, Parliament and committees, as well as the directorates in the Commission, and what's in it for IEEE's European members.
Wednesday, 6 June 2018, from 15:30 - 16:45 CEST -  The second in a series of quarterly public policy webinars from IEEE European Public Policy Committee (EPPC), join us as we provide a full overview of how EU policy is drafted, negotiated and adopted by using two (2) case studies. We will be looking into the legislative process of law-making for the Electronic Communications Code and the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. These are 2 EU pieces of legislation on which the EPPC and its Working Groups on Energy and ICT are currently drafting position statements: Spectrum Management and The Role of Smart Buildings, respectively.
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If you have any questions and/or comments, please send to​ eppc@ieee.org or​:

Dr. Clara Neppel, Sr. Director, European Business Operations
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