Global Security Intelligence Limited has been awarded a contract as part of the BRAID consortium, whose work is aimed at defining a comprehensive research and technology development (RTD) roadmap for active ageing by consolidating existing roadmaps and by describing and launching a stakeholder co-ordination and consultation mechanism. The 9-member consortium is focused on supporting the well-being and socio-economic integration of the increasing numbers of elderly in Europe. To view the entire press release click here.
The RISE Consortium, comprised of 10 partners from across the EU, Asia, and the US, will meet in Brussels on March 25-26 2010. This high-level workshop will focus on “Ethical and Policy Implications of Global Mobility and Security. To view the full press release click here.
The 3rd International Conference on Ethics and Policy of Biometrics and International Data Sharing held in Hong Kong on January 4-5, 2010 not only extended the international dialogue on biometrics, data sharing, privacy and security issues already instigated by two earlier conferences, but also led to the addition of the National ChengChi University of Taiwan as a RISE Consortium member. To view the full press release click here.