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Selected Events 2014/15
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Internal Affairs & Security

Particularly in times of global insecurity, Internal Security has become a matter of great public interest. This includes field-tested crisis management as well as uniform security standards in public services and external and internal border security among all member states.

Disruptions to or disturbances of critical infrastructure may lead to supply shortfalls and lapses in public security. Therefore, it is important that a continual dialogue takes place within Europe about ways of constantly improving Internal Security.

Extend your expertise by participating in the various events held by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law in this area.

Click here to read the Europe Toady article: ‚ÄěProtecting European Critical Information Infrastructures‚Äú.

See our range of training opportunities in Internal Security here.

lang_en 29. January 2015 - 30. January 2015, abba Berlin Hotel

Higher education and research institutions face unique challenges in Internal Audit. Their complexity, individuality and diverse foci and fields of work make for a wide array of issues, which are not covered by common place Internal Audit knowledge covered by the private sector.

lang_en 26. February 2015 - 27. February 2015, RAMADA Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz

The correct handling of irregularities in EU funded projects is still a very difficult issue for all bodies involved in the management and control systems of EU funds. As the number of irregularities reported remains very high, the European Commission stresses that Member States need to continue their efforts in order to minimise the rate of irregularities. Thus, the topic of irregularities has to remain a priority for Member States as well.

lang_en 09. March 2015 - 10. March 2015, Mercure Hotel Berlin City

Technical Assistance (TA) for European Structural Funds has been in use for several years now. However, there are many changes that will apply to Technical Assistance in the new Programming Period 2014-2020.

lang_en 18. May 2015 - 19. May 2015, This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.

The New Programming Period has begun and the National Programmes are in the process of their submission and examination by the European Commission. With the new year, comes the practical implementation of the rules and regulations for the two remaining Home Affairs Funds: the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Internal Security Fund (ISF).

lang_en June 2015, This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.

In recent years, cases of food fraud have shaken the European Union. From the melanin contaminated baby-milk to horse meet in pre-cooked meals. All these scandals have in common, that they pose a great threat to public health, the perception of security in the population and trust in government regulations while they offer huge profit margin for the criminals.

lang_en 01. June 2015 - 03. June 2015, Maritim Hotel Berlin

The new EU Directives on Public Procurement implicate a number of modifications and bring in some significant changes, particularly to the range of contracts subject to the EU public procurement regime.

lang_en 29. June 2015 - 01. July 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

With the start of the new programming period 2014-2020 new regulations and rules regarding financial management, control and audit have been introduced. On the basis of the Common Provisions Regulation, Fund-specific rules as well as delegated and implementing acts EU-Member States have created and set up management and control systems for the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) 2014-2020.

lang_en 24. August 2015 - 28. August 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

Fraud and corruption in the public sector heavily harm the economy, lower investment levels and reduce public finances. Anti-fraud and anti-corruption strategies are often not effective enough and damages done to public institutions and their budgets by fraud and corruption can be enormous ranging from financial loss to reduction of organisational performance, reputation, credibility and public confidence.