How Information and communication can be a means of EU fraud prevention and a true service to the citizens in the respect of their rights ?
This Round Table, on Anti-Fraud Communication (How Information and Communication can be a means of EU fraud prevention and a true service for the citizens in the respect of their rights?) is addressed, in particular, to experts of institutional communication (more specifically in anti-fraud, police and other law enforcement matters, etc.), academia (legal, economic, journalistic and communication fields), members of investigative and judicial services (national and international), members of European Institutions, journalists and any other person dealing with specific experience in these such fields.
Why an investigative service should have the powers and the duty to communicate on its work and what are its limits ?
Foreword by Siim KALLAS [314 KB] ,
Vice-President of the European Commission
responsible for Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-fraud.