THE EPPO AND EU LAW: A STEP FORWARD IN INTEGRATION

Topic 7 – The Eppo protecting european taxpayers’money from criminals

10 April 2024 | 16:30-18:30 | building U7 – aula 04
Main EPPO cases and convictions

The EPPO fights cross-border VAT frauds.

Case studies to be chosen among the most interesting ones (also from the didactic point of view).
Participants:
Benedetta Ubertazzi;
Antonio Fortarezza,
Marina Palmulli.


15 April 2024 | 16:30-18:30 | building U06 – aula 05
Main EPPO cases

Case studies to be chosen among the most interesting ones (also from the didactic point of view)participated by the Italian Financial Police (Guardia di Finanza).
Participants:
Benedetta Ubertazzi;
Fabio Seragusa
Roberto Sciarretta.


17th April 2024 |9:00 am-11:30 am| building U6 – Aula Magna

CLOSING CONFERENCE

EPPO: current developments
Participants:
Serena Crespi;
Luca Ferro;
Gianluca Forlani;
Petr Klement;
Natascia Marchei;
Roberto Saviano;
Pietro Suchan;
Benedetta Ubertazzi.

|11:30-12:00| coffee break

Dissemination: Website, Social Networks and Case Law Database on misuse of EU Funds
Participants:
Arturo Iadecola;
Cesare Montagna,
Antonio Fortarezza;
Giulia Varisco.

Education as an approach in preventing future criminal activity
Participants:
Veronica Carbone;
Alessandro Fumagalli;
Antonella Iannascoli;
Michele Monopoli;
Angelo Salimbeni.

The EPPO’s role in combatting trafficking in cultural goods for 2022-25
Participants:
Alicja Jagielska Burduk;
Del Sere Marco
Andrzej Jakubowski;
Lucas Lixinski

Current issues related to EU agricultural law and fraud prevention
Participants:
Samuel Bolis;
Esther Muniz Espada;
Rocio Perteguer;
Angelo Salimbeni

|13:30-14:30| buffet

|14:30-16:30| building U9 – Metaverse Laboratory

The experimental VR pilot case of a serious game to simulate financial investigations
Participants:

Fabrizia Bemer,
Alberto Gallace,
Iman Khodri;
Luca Pieri;
Roberto Saviano;
Sofia Mazza

 

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