Forthcoming Events - EKTG 2021 WEBINAR SEASON - Continues so book early 
 

EKTG are continuing to work with a range of people to develop knowledge and understanding about Digital Skills and everyday services. 

 

Develop Collaboration in ICT for Elderly and Technology:
Challenge, Risk, Barriers and Opportunities.
 
 
 

Date: Wednesday, 20th January 2021 – Now booking!


Time: 13.20 - 14.30 BST (14.20-15-30 CET)

Registration here:westsqas@mac.com


The Webinar Team includes several EKTG International Ambassadors:

  • Colin Ettinger - EKTG Chairman

  • Liz Mestheneos, International Ambassador, Greece

  • Rafael des Andres Medina, Management Board, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain 

  • Monique Epstein of Association e-Seniors, Paris

We will debate these issues and opportunities with you.

Any particular questions you would like our panel of experts to address send them to Maggie Ellis westsqas@mac.com and we will try and get through them during the discussion


When Sovereignty Leads and Cyber Law Follows

Date: Wednesday, 3rd February 2021 – Now booking!


Time: 13.20 - 14.30 BST (14.20-15-30 CET)

Registration here:westsqas@mac.com


The Webinar Team includes:

  • Paul Timmers, is a senior advisor at the European Policy Centre, Brussels and an investor in digital innovation,

  • Paul Lukowicz, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, and University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, and a UK Speaker,  

  • Henk-Herman Napp. Chaired by EKTG International Ambassador, The Netherlands.

  • Mike Short, Chief Scientific Adviser, Depart for International Trade, Westminster, UK

The Sovereignty debate in the EU can inspire the revision of the EU NIS Directive and even provide insight into future changes to the EU Treaties. The Network and Information Security Directive (NIS Directive) is one of the most important pieces of cyber legislation in the EU. Only four years after its entry into force, the European Commission is expected to table a revision of this cyber law by the end of the year. This is an excellent moment to consider this revision in the context of the red-hot debate over strategic autonomy and digital sovereignty in the EU. Doing so unearths some surprising ingredients that can be used in cooking up this revision and, as a bonus, produces a whiff of change for the EU Treaties.

We will debate these issues and opportunities with you.

Any particular questions you would like our panel of experts to address send them to Maggie Ellis westsqas@mac.com and we will try and get through them during the discus.


Topic Technology and Students in Training.

Date: Wednesday, 17th February 2021 – Now booking!


Time: 13.20 - 14.30 BST (14.20-15-30 CET)

Registration here:westsqas@mac.com


The Webinar Team includes :

  • Maggie Ellis - Chaired by

  • John Mcgrory,  EKTG Int Ambassador, Ireland,

  • Claudia Fernandez, PHd Student Ireland

  •  Adhikar Naidu, earlier  LSE MSc Student and now back from India and running a Company doing innovation.

We will debate these issues and opportunities with you.

Any particular questions you would like our panel of experts to address send them to Maggie Ellis westsqas@mac.com and we will try and get through them during the discussion


Technology and Climate Change


Date: Wednesday, 3rd March 2021 – Now booking!


Time: 13.20 - 14.30 BST (14.20-15-30 CET)

 

Registration here:westsqas@mac.com


The Webinar Team includes :

  • Michael Mainelli City of London,  

  • Mark Carney, UN Ambassador. and an EU Speaker, EU Commission Green Deal.

We will debate these issues and opportunities with you.

Any particular questions you would like our panel of experts to address send them to Maggie Ellis westsqas@mac.com and we will try and get through them during the discussion.


Better Technology Training for my colleagues and ME!
 

Date: Wednesday, 17th March 2021 – Now booking!


Time: 13.20 - 14.30 BST (14.20-15-30 CET)

Registration here:westsqas@mac.com


The Webinar Team includes :​

  • Owen Farag, Technology Engagement Officer, ALONE, Ireland.

  • Sofia Moreno-Perez, EKTG International Ambassador, Spain.

  • Raguaraman Padmanabhan, ELFT AHP Digital Lead, East London NHS Foundation Trust, UK

We will debate these issues and opportunities with you.

Any particular questions you would like our panel of experts to address send them to Maggie Ellis westsqas@mac.com and we will try and get through them during the discussion.

 

 

Social Policy and Technology
 

Date: Wednesday, 24th March 2021 – Now booking!


Time: 13.20 - 14.30 BST (14.20-15-30 CET)

Registration here:westsqas@mac.com


The Webinar Team includes :​

  • Rait Kuuse, Deputy Secretary General on Social Policy, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

  • Lisa Cameron, MP UK Parliament.

We will debate these issues and opportunities with you.

Any particular questions you would like our panel of experts to address send them to Maggie Ellis westsqas@mac.com and we will try and get through them during the discussion.



Other Webinars in the planning for Spring 2021 - Details to follow

  • Housing and Lawyers 

 

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