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Advancing the Third Sector through Innovation and Variation

Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Aug 31, 2019,

Lower income regions such as the crisis struck and underdeveloped East, South East and Mediterranean (ESEM) EU Countries are in desperate need of innovative ideas to support regional growth, to preserve living standards and to adhere to global trends. However, it is quite often that such regions fail to meet such demands and provide its citizens with adequate tools and mechanisms to support this a ...
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Mentoring Platform for Young Social Innovators (MYNNOVA project)

Start date: Dec 1, 2016, End date: Sep 30, 2018,

Our consortium brings 5 organisations (2 NGOs, 1 university, 1 youth centre and 1 training company) from 5 EU countries (RO, BG, CY, SI and DE) in a concerted effort to develop an online mentoring platform for young social innovators. We see social entrepreneurship paradigm as the building block of the eco-system for sustaining social innovations. In this sense, our platform will focus in offering ...
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As risks are not “objective” but socially and culturally constructed, disaster management which is aware, respects, and makes use of local cultural aspects will be not only more effective but, at the same time, also improve the community’s disaster coping capacities. CARISMAND is setting out to identify these factors, to explore existing gaps and opportunities for improvement of disaster policies ...
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Citizen Interaction Technologies Yield Community Policing (CITYCoP)

Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2018,

... cing received new impetus with the recent advent of smartphones and social media and especially user-generated content (UGC) where citizens engage in closer interaction with their local community and law enforcement agency (LEA). The years 2010-2014 have seen a rapid upsurge of smartphone apps aimed at improving crime reporting and other forms of UGC and interaction associated with community polic ...
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... MAPPING’s success would be its planned mobilisation of a wide spectrum of ICT-related stakeholders and social actors from both EU Member States and associated countries, including academics, law and policy makers, ISPs, international and EU Internet governance bodies, NGOs and civil society organisations. The project would provide these actors with a forum for informed discussion of issues relate ...
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... not harmonized and aligned and therefore exchange among MS jurisdictions and at transnational level is very hard to be realized. What is missing is a Common European Framework to guide policy makers, Law Enforcement Agencies and judges when dealing with digital evidence treatment and exchange.EVIDENCE aims at providing a road map (guidelines, recommendations, technical standards) for realising th ...
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... al as well as the operational and economic impact of surveillance systems. The project will also produce operational guidelines incorporating privacy by design approaches which would enable law enforcement agencies to deploy surveillance systems with lowest privacy risk possible and maximum security gain to citizens."
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Scalable Measures for Automated Recognition Technologies (SMART)

Start date: Jun 1, 2011, End date: May 31, 2014,

... et new EU regulations and specifically those on information sharing between police and security forces explicitly prohibit automated decision-taking regarding individuals unless “authorised by a law which also lays down measures to safeguard the data subject’s legitimate interests” (art 7, CFD 2008/977/JHA). Where are these laws, what can these measures be and what else should the laws contain? Ca ...
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One of the key changes in societal trends and lifestyles witnessed over the past few years has been the move on-line of many consumers and the way they have become increasingly sophisticated in their media consumption habits. Have these recent changes to consumer and commercial practices developed in such a way that consumers are (in)voluntarily signing away their fundamental right to privacy? Thi ...
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