HYBRID, INTERACTIVE, INTERNATIONAL
On behalf of Germany’s Federal Environment Agency and the Federal Environment Ministry, Katrin Prüfig moderated a one-day event focusing on “Human Biomonitoring.” Key questions included: What pollutants are people in Europe exposed to – in the air, water, food, our places of work? What health implications does that have? And what can governments do to mitigate the chemical impact on our populations? This fascinating topic was in the spotlight during Germany’s Presidency of the EU Council. The event, which took place in English, was joined by speakers from Africa, Asia and Canada.
Here’s a link to the video recordings of the various conference sessions.
#MySocialEurope – VIRTUAL AND INTERACTIVE
Minimum wage, seasonal labour, digital work – those topics were at the heart of discussions concerning work and social affairs during Germany’s Presidency of the EU Council. And the same themes were also up for debate at a hybrid panel discussion in September 2020. Germany’s Minister of Labour, Hubertus Heil, had invited senior EU politicians, parliamentarians, employers’ representatives and trade unionists to take part in a virtual debate. A wider European audience also joined the discussion with polling data and other contributions provided via the events and meetings platform Slido. The highly-interactive debate took place in three languages – all professionally moderated by Katrin Prüfig.
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