BEREC invites to join the workshop on end-user rights

15 March 2024

Group of end-users

On 9 April 2024, BEREC is hosting a hybrid workshop to discuss the impact of market and technological developments on end-user rights, and their ability to make free and informed choices. At the event, the distinguished speakers and participants will also examine other rights stemming from the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC), and consider whether any of these rights has caused or  could cause market distortions or harm to end users.  

Workshop topics 
The workshop is organised by the BEREC End Users Working Group and will focus on changes to consumer rights, accessibility, contracts-related themes, and emergency communication issues with interesting opening panel covering future trends and technological challenges. The organisers encourage stakeholders to register as workshop speakers to share their views and experience of the highlighted topics.
After the workshop, BEREC will prepare a summary report and will take the workshop's outcomes into account when preparing the BEREC Opinion on Article 123 of the EECC. This may also generate demand for another workshop or future work in the field by BEREC. 

Format of the workshop
The participants may attend the workshop in person in Brussels, at the IRG secretariat, Rue de la Science 14, 3rd floor. The event will take place from 10:00 until 16:00 CET. BEREC extended the deadline for registration to the workshop, so participants are invited to register for the event by 29 March 2024
For online participation, the link to the workshop will be e-mailed to all registered participants before the event. 
We are happy to announce that the BEREC Chair 2024, Tonko Obuljen, will open the workshop. Stay tuned to find out other participants and speakers of the event!