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EU agencies - How to manage the risk of reputational damage

18lis2017
10:00 - 12:30

Mjesto: Bruxelles, Belgija

Wednesday, 18 October 2017, 10.00 - 12.30, followed by a sandwich reception

Polak Room, Résidence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155, Brussels

EU agencies help guarantee the safety of the food we eat, the chemicals we are exposed to, the medicines we take and the airplanes we fly in - public trust in their work is paramount. What happens when the expertise they rely on is called into question; when the experts themselves are conflicted? To what extent can they be held responsible for the decisions that are ultimately taken? When things are seen to go wrong, how should they react? And what are the broader implications for public perceptions about the EU?

The European Ombudsman oversees good administration in EU agencies, a role that has led to improvements in many areas, including greater public access to clinical trial results; or more citizen-friendly public consultations; or a revision of rules covering proposals for testing chemicals.

Building on this work, Emily O’Reilly, invites you to a stakeholder discussion on how agencies can implement the highest ethical and transparency standards so as to protect themselves from  reputational damage.

Speakers:

  • Emily O'Reilly, European Ombudsman
  • Pavel Poc, MEP, Vice-Chair of the EP's Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
  • Bernhard Url, Executive Director, EFSA
  • Jukka Malm, Deputy Executive Director, ECHA  
  • Monique Goyens, Director General, BEUC
  • Tracey Brown, Director, Sense about Science  

Moderator:

  • Dave Keating, Journalist, Deutsche Welle

 

Join the Twitter debate at: #EOdebate17

Live streaming

The event will be webstreamed at: www.ombudsman.europa.eu

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Gundi Gadesmann
Head of Communication
Kontakt: Gundi Gadesmann
Tel.: +32 (0) 2 284 26 09
Twitter: @EUombudsman