The workshop explores under which legal and technical conditions the EU architecture of interoperability in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice has been established.
The use of interoperable information systems for migration, borders and visa raises a two-fold concern: on the one hand, it affects the rights of individuals, mainly third-country nationals, whose data are accessed and shared through interoperable components; on the other hand, it regards the conditions of data sharing that often remain under the power and discretion of national competent authorities. Elaborating on these aspects, the workshop reflects upon the transformations as well as the transitioning character of individual rights. They depend very much on the changing and transitioning character of personal data once it is shared by EU interoperable information systems.
Hybrid workshop offered within the European Commission’s funded project TRIIAL – TRust, Independence, Impartiality and Accountability of judges and arbitrators safeguarding the rule of Law under the EU Charter (project no. 853832, JUST-JTRA-EJTR-AG-2018). The TRIIAL Project provides training activities and tools for judges, lawyers, prosecutors, and arbitrators on the European rule of law, mutual trust, judicial independence, impartiality and accountability.
More information about the project: https://cjc.eui.eu/projects/triial/
International hybrid workshop – some participants from Poland stay at the conference venue, foreign participants and other participants from Poland participate via zoom online platform.