One key question faced by Europe is trust. Trust in others, trust of European citizens in public authorities, trust between employers and employees, trust in a shared common European future. These issues are culminating in recent sensitive debates on migrations, radicalisation, growth and austerity and on geopolitical changes.
Engaging citizens in a contentious research policy field, such as that of security, will contribute to the responsiveness, legitimacy, acceptability, and mutual trust among researchers, policy makers, and the civil society. The SecurePART project has been selected by the organising committee of the conferece, and its preliminary results will be showcased during the exhibition.
More information and registration at http://www.trust-conference.eu/en/index.php
SecurePART pesented the poster "STRENGTHENING THE LINKS BETWEEN CIVIL SOCIETY AND SECURITY RESEARCH FOR MORE ACCEPTABLE AND TRUSTED SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES"