Deliverables

On this page, all deliverabels from the ETTIS project will be listed. (under construction)

Workpackage 1: Premises and consequences of security technologies

D.1.1. State-of-art review of scholarly research on security technologies and their relation to the societies which they serve.

D.1.2. Catalogue of security and border technologies at use in Europe today.

D.1.3. Documentation and analysis of the impact of new security technologies on European citizens.

D.1.4. Workshop on imbedded value assumptions and ethical consequences of security technologies.

D.1.5. Working paper on the Lifting of the Internal borders in an Enlarged EU: The Relationship between the Schengen Information System and the EC Rule of Law

D.1.6. Working paper analyzing the transformation of gendered security values as a result of the evolution of security technologies.

 

Workpackage 2: Cross-border legal dimensions

D.2.1. State-of-the-art report on the current scholarship on the law-security nexus in Europe

D.2.2. Analysis of the value dimensions of European law relevant to current and anticipated challenges of the internal / external security continuum.

D.2.3. Workshop on legal ethics and the internal / external security continuum.

D.2.4. Policy Recommendation Report: the Intersection between the Schengen Information System and the EC Rule of Law: Legal Guarantees and the ECJ.  

 

Workpackage 3: Value dilemmas of policing Europe

D.3.1. State-of-the-art literature review on the ethics research and knowledge among security professionals

D.3.2. The ethical challenges of security privatization

D.3.3. A report on the Ethical issues raised by the increasing role of private security professionals in security analysis and provision.

D.3.4. Workshop on value dilemmas in security policing

D.3.5. Policy recommendation report on implications of the changing relation between the legal dilemmas of internal / external security.

 

Workpackage 4: Ethical issues in the CFSP/EDSP

D.4.1. State-of-the Art review of scholarly research on the CFSP / EDSP and the shifting nature of the external border   

D.4.2. Systemic report on the value premises and human, ethical consequences of the CFSP / EDSP in the changing environment of border security.

D.4.3. Workshop on ethical issues of CFSP / ESDP in the European borderlands

D.4.4. Policy recommendations report on managing the changing relationship between CFSP / CSDP and the jurisdiction and activities of FRONTEX

 

Workpackage 5: Ethical challenges in in the Central European borderlands

D.5.1. State-of-the-art on EU-ENP security initiatives, premises and consequences in Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus.

D.5.2. Workshop on implications of the internal / external security continuum for the countries of the Eastern neighbourhood.

D.5.3. A comprehensive evaluation report of the implications of the ENP implementation in the three Eastern neighbourhood countries

D.5.4. Recommendation report on the consequences of the ENP in terms of its value-based and ethical implications for the Eastern neighbourhood

D.5.5. Fact-finding workshop with partners, contacts: Mapping the terrain of research in the case countries.

D.5.6. Fact-finding workshop: First feedback to partners, researchers and political class from the case countries.

D.5.7. Fact-finding workshop: Second feedback and control to partners, researchers and political class from the case countries.

D.5.8. INEX-FRONTEX Workshop I

D.5.9. INEX-FRONTEX Workshop II (Mobility and Security at the EU's external borders).

  

Workpackage 6: Ethical challenges in the Mediterranean borderlands

D.6.1. State-of-the-art on EU-ENP security initiatives, premises, and consequences in the Mediterranean

D.6.2. Workshop on implications of the internal / external security continuum for the countries of the Mediterranean neighbourhood.

D.6.3. A comprehensive evaluation report of the implicatoins of the European securiy prractices in the Mediterranean countries.

D.6.4. Recommendation report on the consequences of the ENP in terms of its value-based and ethical implications.

D.6.5. Fact-finding workshop - mapping the terrain of research in the case countries.

D.6.6. Fact-finding workshop - first feedback to partners, researchers and political elites from the case countries.

D.6.7. Fact-finding workshop: second feedback and control to partners, researchers and political elites from the case countries.



Workpackage 7: Scientific and administrative coordination

D.7.1. Webpage launch and management

D.7.2. First mid term progress report to the EC

D.7.3. Second mid term progress report to the EC

D.7.4. Final report

D.7.5. Final plan for use and dissemination of knowledge

Workpackage 8: Dissemination

D.8.1. Kick-off meeting

D.8.2. First Midterm Conference

D.8.3. Second Midtem Conference

D.8.4. Concluding Conference

INEX Converging and Conflicting Ethical Values in the Internal/External Security Continuum in Europe