This call focuses on debates organized by academic groups, research projects, think-tanks, civil society organizations, public authorities, intergovernmental organizations, corporations and other research organizations.
The CPDP LatAm 2023 edition focuses on Data Protection, Cooperation, and Innovation in Latin America. The event will serve as a platform to foster the discussion and elaboration of solutions regarding the issues raised by legislative productions, business and government practices, new concepts, recent events and much more. CPDP LatAm will include a track dedicated to the Latin American meeting of MyData, in which innovative approaches and data protection concepts will be explored.
Proposals by experts from all areas and disciplines are welcome, which are related to the conference theme, covering the most diverse levels of research regarding Data Protection, Cooperation and Innovation in Latin America. We are looking, however, preferably for panels that address the following themes:
We value panels that are multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary, coming from as many locations as possible and also organized by men and women. We encourage the most diverse types of sessions, including formats such as debates, round tables, workshops and other unconventional academic approaches. For more information on the rules for composing and submitting a panel, see the Rules for Submitting and Composition of Panels.
The panel’s projects must be submitted through the form below.