On 26 April 2021, from 14:00 to 15:00 (CEST), Policy Cloud is hosting a webinar on Policies Against Radicalisation, an important problem in recent times in Europe.
The problem of radicalisation is very high on the European agenda as increasing numbers of young European radicals return from Syria and use the internet to disseminate propaganda.
To enable policymakers to design policies that address radicalisation effectively, Policy Cloud consortium partner Maggioli collects data from social media and other sources. The full range of Policy Cloud services is used to transform the raw data into actionable knowledge of practical value to policy creators.
The webinar includes the following topics:
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Marieke Willems is a Project Manager at Trust-IT Services. With an MBA and an MSc in Communication Science. Marieke is involved in several activities on research projects, involving stakeholders’ engagement, marketing research and communications. She is currently leading the dissemination work in the European Research and Innovation projects Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC) and Policy Cloud, and is involved in the Horzions Results Booster.
Daniele Crespi is the head of the eGovernment and Innovation Services at Maggioli S.p.A. since 2020. Previously, he was the Digital Innovation Manager at Lombardia Informatica S.p.A (now ARIA SpA), where among others was responsible for providing support to the Lombardy Region for the implementation of the Digital Agenda for Lombardy, Open Government and Open Data. He has a long standing experience in the public sector, with particular reference to innovative services and relations between Public Administrations, citizens and businesses.
Armend Duzha is a Senior Project Manager and Research Associate at Maggioli S.p.A. He is responsible for the management and coordination of international R&D&I projects co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and is particularly specialized in transferring research results into the industry. He has been involved in more than 20 projects, in different domains, including cloud computing, big data analytics, and cybersecurity.
Tjerk Timan (MA, Ph.D., Male) currently works as a policy researcher at TNO, The Netherlands and is addressing questions of data policy, governance, and societal impacts of big data and AI in projects such as the BDVA, the Once Only Principle, and the JRC’ AI-watch program. He is currently leading a program on Trustworthy AI, dealing with technical and organizational fairness & transparency in AI and understanding long-term social impacts.