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Access Now’s mission is to defend and extend the digital rights of users at risk around the world. By combining direct technical support though the Helpline, comprehensive policy engagement, global advocacy, grassroots grantmaking, and convenings such as the annual RightsCon, the organisation fight for human rights in the digital age.

The Center for Digital Democracy (CDD) serves a vitally important mission protecting the privacy and welfare of the public in the “Big Data” driven marketplace. We position ourselves on the cutting edge of commercial digital media developments, analyzing how the dramatic expansion of online and offline information collection, the use of sophisticated data analysis, and advances in the creation and delivery of personalized marketing are used to target individuals, families, and communities. CDD explores how Big Data practices and technologies, particularly with regard to privacy, adversely affect individuals, groups and society. The impact of these practices on equity, autonomy and agency, and the erosion of civil rights, fairness and freedom are our main concerns.

CDT is a champion of global online civil liberties and human rights, driving policy outcomes that keep the internet open, innovative, and free. At the Centre for Democracy & Technology (CDT), we believe in the power of the internet. Whether it's facilitating entrepreneurial endeavors, providing access to new markets and opportunities, or creating a platform for free speech, the internet empowers, emboldens and equalizes people around the world. We work to preserve the user-controlled nature of the internet and champion freedom of expression. We support laws, corporate policies, and technology tools that protect the privacy of internet users, and advocate for stronger legal controls on government surveillance. Headquartered in Washington, with an international presence in Brussels, CDT works inclusively across sectors and the political spectrum to find tangible solutions to today's most pressing internet policy challenges.

DPO Circle is a community for European Data Protection Officers and GDPR professionals involved in implementing GDPR, Privacy and Data Protection compliance. A knowledge sharing platform is made available to members to assist them in communicating and sharing resources and tools. Members organize round-table discussions, conferences, seminars and other educational events on specific topics of interest. Members are invited to share relevant information, documents and news that can benefit their fellow members. The association is open to any alumni or participant in a Privacy, Data Protection or GDRP education delivered by any party, training organisation or university. Members are invited to promote their knowledge and to engage in continued education. DPO Circle members promote research and are interested to establish contacts with research centers, universities and solution providers with the aim of bringing value to privacy implementation.

Gathering five national consumer organisations and giving voice to a total of more than 1.5 million people, Euroconsumers is the world’s leading consumer cluster in innovative information, personalised services and defence of consumer’s rights. On the subject of privacy and security Euroconsumers has expressed its consumer empowering and innovative approach in the “My Data Is Mine” and “Consumer Power” declaration, has engaged in multiple tests and surveys to that regard, while pursuing both dialogue with responsible players and private enforcement actions when needed. We work closely together with Consumers International to ensure consumers are safe, that markets are fair and benefit from honest relations with businesses and authorities. Our European member groups are also part of the umbrella network of BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation. Together we advocate for EU policies that benefit consumers in their daily lives.

The European Association for Biometrics (EAB) is the leading voice for digital ID & biometrics in Europe. As a non-profit organisation, EAB represents and connects a growing community of biometrics and digital ID stakeholders from across Europe. Our purpose is to foster innovation, support networking across markets and stakeholders, and provide trusted and impartial advice. Members meet regularly at EAB hosted and partnered events and networking opportunities across Europe.

ISACA Belgium is a non-profit knowledge chapter with +900 volunteers in Belgium and is part of ISACA international with +140.000 volunteers worldwide. ISACA is focused on IT auditing, IT governance, IT risk, information security, cybersecurity and privacy. ISACA Belgium organizes certification boot camps to prepare candidates for their CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC and CSX exams. On average, ISACA Belgium organizes more than 20 educational activities per year, including privacy open forums via ISACA publishes regularly privacy white papers, articles and blogs by volunteers.

Since 2018, the EU-funded project “International Digital Cooperation - Enhanced Data Protection and Data Flows” supports the international action of the European Commission (Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers) in the area of privacy and data flows. Through a mixture of policy, research, and outreach activities, it builds awareness and understanding of the importance of data protection frameworks and their contribution to the governance of the digital economy, including by sharing information, knowledge and experience and through capacity-building. It also aims to promote and reinforce dialogue between the EU and international partners towards greater convergence of data protection principles to build consumer trust and facilitate data flows – and thus trade and other forms of cooperation at bilateral, regional and global level.

The ‘Ministry of Privacy’ is a Privacy Foundation, which is battling huge privacy invasions committed by our governments and corporates, and raising awareness. We define four core tasks: to inform & raise awareness, to react to questions from journalists and citizens, to teach companies and institutions better privacy-practices and litigate when it is really needed. We are currently already litigating against the Belgian government, against the inclusion of fingerprints on identity cards. Privacy is so much more than law. Let’s make it attractive, and understandable.

Privacy First is an Amsterdam-based foundation with the aim to preserve and promote the right to privacy as a universal human right. To this end, Privacy First is active in the areas of political lobbying, legal action and litigation as well as public campaigns. Privacy First also organizes the annual Dutch Privacy Awards and has founded the Dutch Privacy Coalition as well as collective redress foundation CUIC. Our core mission is to turn the Netherlands into a guiding nation in the field of privacy and data protection.

Besides co-organizing CPDP, Privacy Salon , organizes activities for the large public. Bearing the name Privacytopia, they take various formats, such as public debates, workshops, film screenings, and, most notably, art exhibitions and installations, targeting primarily the broader general public and aiming at raising awareness and critically reflecting about privacy, data protection, surveillance and other legal, ethical and societal issues raised by the emergence and adoption of technologies. An annual city festival around the themes of privacy and data use, with the same name, will be launched in Brussels in 2022. is the Brussels tourist agency. Its mission is to bolster and spread the image of the Brussels-Capital Region. wishes to put Brussels on the local and international map as the capital of 500 million Europeans, the "world city" where 184 different nationalities mingle, making Brussels a cosmopolitan place with permanent links to the rest of the world. The website of has comprehensive information for everyone planning to visit the capital.

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The European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) is the leading peer-reviewed journal dedicated to European data protection and privacy law. EDPL provides a practical and intellectual forum for analysing issues related to privacy and data protection, data processing, data transfers, civil liberties and technology.

The European Affairs jobsite provides access to 80'000 Legal, Policy, Economics and Communications experts from all over Europe. Hundreds of Consultancies, Law Firms, NGOs, Think Tanks and Industry Associations recruit specialised candidates every month.

EuroLegalJobs is a one-stop shop for recruiting from a pool of thousands of international European legal experts. The candidates are specialised in EU law as well as in Risk and IP Protection, Company Law, EU Law, Data Protection, Finance Law etc.

Future Internet is a journal on Internet technologies and the information society, and has received an increased CiteScore of 5.4, ranks Q2 (92/359) in "Computer Networks and Communications". It maintains a rigorous and fast peer review system with a median publication time of 34.5 days from submission to online publication, and 3 days from acceptance to publication.

MO* is a quarterly magazine and a website with a global outlook. MO* contains global news and news about globalization, development cooperation, international relations, climate change, sustainable development, environment, migration, media,… More info:

Privacy Laws & Business, celebrating its 37th year in 2023, provides the world’s longest-established international data protection publications and independent conferences, with clients in 50+ countries. The world-renowned Privacy Laws & Business International and UK Reports, published in alternate months, bring you cutting-edge analysis of privacy legislation globally, management advice and company case studies. Our readership includes Data Protection Officers, regulators, lawyers and academics. Our correspondents are top experts in the field. Services include roundtables, webinars and podcasts with regulators; recruitment; training; external DPO services; consulting and auditing. We show how a positive approach to privacy laws reduces risks of regulatory sanctions, criminal penalties, and civil claims, while increasing your competitive advantage and helping build and sustain customer and employee trust. Respect for privacy could be an important driver of your business strategy.