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How is the EU approaching the fight against crime?

Dates: 27/04/07
Place: The Democracy Workshop, 1 Västerlånggatan, Stockholm
Country: Sweden
Participants: MEPs Charlotte Cederschiöld (EPP-ED) and Hélène Goudin (IND/DEM), MPs Inger Davidson (kd, EDD-PP) and Maryam Yazdanfar (s, PSE), and Niki Ekman from the Swedish Police. Annika Ström Melin is the moderator.
Organizer: European Parliament Information Office Sweden, Swedish Riksdag.
More Info: European Parliament Information Office Sweden
How is the EU approaching the fight against crime?

Does the EU have enough cooperation in the area of justice or is more cooperation needed to fight crime in Europe? Do we need an EU prosecutor to prosecute private citizens in the Member States? Which resources can be used in the fight against cross-border crime and how should privacy be protected?

The seventh of nine lunch debates that the European Parliament's Information Office in Sweden is organising together with the Swedish Riksdag. The debates address EU questions that affect our everyday lives and come under the theme "EU 50 years of cooperation".

The lunch debates are all taking place at the democracy workshop, 1 Västerlånggatan, Stockholm, from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Registration can be completed at Registration for the debate on 27 April must be completed at the latest on 26 April. A sandwich will be served to everyone who has registered on time for the debate.

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