General Assembly 2022- 23rd edition, Madrid

Friday, June 17, 2022 14:00 - Friday, June 17, 2022 17:00

General Assembly 2022- 23rd edition, Madrid

You are warmly invited to attend the 23rd edition of the ECPM General Assembly, held in person once again, this time in Madrid, Spain at the AC Marriott Carlton Madrid.

The event will take place, like in previous years, at a hotel with a convention centre, and accommodation will be provided in the same hotel.

The main points on the agenda will be introducing the new ECPM General Director, discussing a draft declaration on our identity discussion ahead of the ECPM summit in the Fall, and any resolutions submitted.

As a reminder, if you are a member of ECPM and would like to submit a resolution, there is still time to do so by emailing it to to be included on the agenda. To guide you in this process, we have created a useful Resolution Manual you can consult as you move through the process.

Please make sure you register below, it is essential for us to know you are coming so we can prepare the event and accommodation on your behalf.

Here is a preliminary program of the events:

Thursday- 16 June 2022

18:30- 21:00: ECPM & Contigo Mas meeting. Press conference

Friday- 17 June 2022

General Assembly- 23rd edition

14:00 – opening of the meeting and welcome

15:15- coffee & pastry break

17:00- end of meeting and conclusions

17:00- 18:00 – cocktail hour

Saturday- 18 June 2022

Panel discussion on the eIDAS (digital identity and digital wallets) and European Security and Privacy

10:00- opening

11:30- coffee break

13:00- end of event followed by drinks and small bites

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