Date: November 27, 2023
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Description of the event:
The OTTERS project promotes societal transformation for marine and freshwater stewardship through scaling up citizen science, and supports the coordination of citizen science initiatives focused on water. This workshop focuses on legal issues around water-based citizen science and engagement (including GDPR and citizens’ privacy). Key topics of discussion will be:
protection and privacy risks and challenges, with respect to marine and
freshwater related citizen science piloting.
● Autonomy, dignity, informed consent, trust, asymmetries of power, fairness, gendered innovation, equity and direct or indirect discrimination.
● The cross-border character of the OTTERS project.
● Applicable or emerging legislation and anticipatory compliance requirements.
Introduction - 5 mins
Presentation on key legal considerations in marine/freshwater, in relation to the Water Framework Directive (WFD) & Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), 15 mins - Professor Georgios Sylaois (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
Presentation on practical legal concerns when carrying out citizen science campaigns, 10 mins -European Commission DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MARE) / Digital Twin Ocean
Presentation on data protection and management in water-based citizen science, 15 mins
Co-creation workshop on the legal recommendation/guidance for citizen science projects in marine and freshwater domains, 45 mins
Information: Joe Jubb, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://otters-eu.aua.am/events/