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About CPDP Conferences

INFO

For general inquiries
info@cpdpconferences.org

For questions regarding registration
laurence@medicongress.com

DATES

30 JAN - 1 FEB 2019

REGISTRATION

Registration is open. Early bird till December 1.

LANGUAGE

English

AUDIENCE

Data protection authorities and officials, academics, civil liberties organisations, business firms, magistrates, barristers, legal consultants, lobbyists, representatives of ICT and security companies, etc.

LOCATION

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Les Halles de Schaerbeek (Grande Halle (6,237m2 - 750 seats), Petite Halle (380m2), and La Cave. Rue Royale-Sainte-Marie 22, 1030 Brussels, Belgium (www.halles.be)

Area 42, Rue des Palais 46, 1030 Brussels, Belgium
(5 minutes walk from les Halles de Schaerbeek)

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Hotel Accomodation at group rates

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A number of hotel rooms (see below) have been booked at special group rates. These rates only apply for reservations made via Medicongress. You can reserve your hotel room through the online registration form. Registration will open in September. Any requests for hotel accommodation must be accompanied by a credit card number, in order to secure the room. Participants will have to pay their hotel room and personal expenses at the reception of the hotel. In case of late cancellation or no show, the room will be charged on the credit card.

NH Brussels Bloom****

  • Rate on 29, 30 & 31 January 2019: Single room: € 149,00; Double room: € 169,00
  • Rate on 1 February 2019: Single room: € 105,00; Double room: € 125,00
  • Breakfast is included in these rates
  • City tax: € 4,24 per room per night
  • Cancellation Policy > 5 days before arrival: Free of charge; < 5 days before arrival: 100% will  be charged; No show: 100% will be charged

Crowne Plaza Brussels – Le Palace****

  • Rate on 29, 30 & 31 January 2019: Single room: € 149,00; Double room: € 164,00
  • Rate on 1 February 2019: Single room: € 99,00; Double room: € 109,00
  • WiFi & Breakfast are included in these rates
  • City tax: € 4,24 per room per night
  • Cancellation Policy: > 72 hrs before arrival: Free of charge; < 72 hrs before arrival: 100% will be charged; No show: 100% will be charged

Thon Brussels City Centre****

  • Rate on 29 & 30 January 2019: Single room: € 120,00; Double room: € 140,00
  • Rate on 1 February 2019: Single room: € 105,00; Double room: € 125,00
  • Rate on 1 February 2019: Single room: € 80,00; Double room: € 90,00
  • Breakfast is included in these rates
  • City tax: € 4,24 per room per night
  • Cancellation Policy: > 72 hrs before arrival: Free of charge; < 72 hrs before arrival: 100% will be charged; No show: 100% will be charged

Discover Brussels, Belgium and the EU

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BRUSSELS

Belgium is quite rightly renowned for many things including its history, architecture, food and drink. You will find evidence of all of these in Brussels, its capital city. In addition to being the capital of the Kingdom of Belgium, Brussels is home to both the European Union and NATO, as well as a wealth of international trade and finance companies. With a population of 1.2 million, Brussels is a Region of 19 municipalities, including the City of Brussels itself.

Since the end of the Second World War, Brussels has been a major centre for international politics and the de facto capital of the European Union, hosting the European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission. Its historic heritage is showcased by superb examples of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, and Art Nouveau art and architecture.

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EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS

  • Visit the Parlamentarium, Europe’s largest parliamentary visitor centre, to get a flavour of European politics. Multimedia handsets in the European Union’s 24 official languages will help guide visitors to the heart of the European Parliament, explaining the path towards European integration, how the European Parliament works and what its Members are doing to meet the challenges of today.
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  • The House of European History offers a trans-national overview of European history. The main focus of the permanent exhibition is on European history from the 20th century and the history of European integration, viewed from a broad historical perspective and bringing together both contrasting and shared experiences of Europeans in history.
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Antwerp, Bruges, Ghent AND LIEGE

  • Antwerp is located about 150 km from Brussels and was home to the master of the Baroque style, Paul Peter Rubens. The city has the largest Gothic church in the Low Countries, where you can admire two of the most beautiful masterpieces of the baroque painter. Antwerp is the second largest town of Belgium, the largest port of Belgium and the second largest port of Europe. You will be pleasantly surprised by the history of the city and by the fusion of architectural styles from various periods of time.
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  • Bruges is an ancient city located in the northern part of Belgium, about 100 km from Brussels. The city was once a main port of shipment and welcomed plenty of artists and nobles from Europe during the 15th century. Bruges maintained its medieval appearance thanks to various factors from the last centuries, about which you will learn during the visit. Today, Bruges – the “Venice of the North” - is a destination of choice for thousands of tourists every year.
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  • Ghent is located about 50 km from Brussels and is considered a historical jewel of Belgium. The city is the birthplace of Charles V, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and heir to the house of Habsburg. Ghent played an important role during the industrial revolution in continental Europe and is where the first labour movement was established in 1859. Today, the city has maintained its medieval centre, and several of his Gothic buildings are listed as a World Heritage Sites by Unesco.
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  • Liège, a city along the Meuse River in Belgium’s French-speaking Wallonia region, has long been a commercial and cultural hub. Its old town is filled with landmarks dating to the medieval era, including the Romanesque Church of St. Bartholomew. The Grand Curtius museum houses archaeological treasures and art within a 17th-century mansion, while Opéra Royal de Wallonie has staged operas since 1820.
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