CRISP is hosting a panel session on ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) at the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) Conference, in Brussels, January 2014.
7 Mar 2014

ASSERT Masterclass in Societal Security - February 2014

The first ASSERT Masterclass in Societal Security took place in Stirling in February 2014. During the event, hosted by CRISP, 30 security experts explored ways in which societal impact assessments can be integrated into European research proposals and projects.
7 Mar 2014

Camera Surveillance in Jersey: Scrutiny Panel Report

The States of Jersey Government has published the Home Affairs and Education Scrutiny Panel Report entitled ‘Camera Surveillance in Jersey’. CRISP Director, Professor William Webster, was appointed as a Specialist Advisor to the Panel. Scrutiny Panels are the formal mechanism used to hold the States of Jersey Government and Ministers to account.
7 Mar 2014

CRISP Doctoral Workshop: 16-21 June 2014

Places are still available on this year's CRISP (Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy) Doctoral workshop! The workshop will be held at the Open University in Milton Keynes from 16 - 21st June 2014. A number of bursaries, covering workshop fees, are now available for students travelling from further afield within or from outside Europe. Please indicate whether you would like to be considered for a bursary on your application.
7 Mar 2014

Stirling Management School publishes research on growth in employee owned businesses

A team from St Andrews, Edinburgh Napier and Stirling universities looked at what they have called the "John Lewis economy" in Scotland. Prof Ronald McQuaid, from the University of Stirling, said: "These findings largely mirror other research undertaken elsewhere in the UK and abroad and further strengthens the evidence base concerning the growth performance of employee-owned firms."
25 Mar 2014

Scotland’s Towns Partnership Welcomes New Chair - Professor Leigh Sparks

The University of Stirling Management School is delighted to hear Professor Leigh Sparks, Professor of Retail Studies and Head of Stirling Graduate School, has been appointed as the new Chair of Scotland's Towns Partnership (STP) - the collective partnership and support body for Scotland's towns. The internationally recognised and respected towns and retail expert, Professor Leigh Sparks, is to take up the role of Chair of Scotland’s Towns Partnership (STP) – the collective partnership and support body for Scotland’s towns.
17 Apr 2014

Public Panel: Surveillance, the State and the Media

CRISP, the Royal Society of Arts and the Centre for Theology and Public Issues are hosting a public panel and discussion on 'surveillance, the state and the media'. Panellists will include: Iain Macwhirter (broadcaster and journalist), Professor Martyn Percy (Principal, Ripon College), Dr Michael McCahill (University of Hull) and Professor Charles Raab (University of Edinburgh). The event will be chaired by Professor Kevin Dunion, Executive Director, Centre for Freedom of Information, University of Dundee. The event is open to members of the general public and there is no charge for admission.
17 Apr 2014

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