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Data driven policing: the hardwiring of discriminatory policing practices in Europe

Date

05 Nov 2019 12:30

Address

European Parliament
ASP 3H1
  Brussels
Belgium

Section

Global Europe
InfoSociety

Event Location

Brussels

Event Description

Cornelia Ernst and Evin Incir MEP are pleased to invite you to the presentation of the report ‘Data driven policing: the hardwiring of discriminatory policing practices in Europe’, by the  European Network Against Racism (ENAR) and the Open Society Justice Initiative (OSJI). The hearing is held on the 5th November at 12.30-14.30 in ASP 3H1.
 
This hearing will be an opportunity to hear from experts on the use of new technologies - such as AI, algorithmic and predictive policing, and facial recognition -  in policing, the potential risks for racialized communities. We will hear from data privacy and anti-racist experts who will present recommendations to MEPs to prevent discrimination in security and policing in Europe.
 
 

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