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Register Today for next Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” on 21 September 2023

Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” will analyse current space developments with a legal focus. It will, at the same time discuss and ‘demystify’ the law for everyone.

In our next Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland”, Host Steven Freeland, Emeritus Professor of International Law at Western Sydney University, Sydney and Professorial Fellow at Bond University, Australia, and Co-Host Torsten Kriening, SpaceWatch.Global’s Publisher, welcome Ann Vandenbrouke and Martin Reynders.

Over bagels, croissants, coffee and other treats, we will discuss many legal issues arising from everyday space activities.

Together with our guests Ann and Martin, we will discuss the current international legal framework for space and what additional standards might become necessary to properly address new technologies, including the use of AI, in space missions. Part of this process involves educating regulators and Governments about space and its governance, as well as promoting capacity building regarding space law, and we will assess what is the best way that this can be done to help promote the future sustainability and safety of space activities.

We hope you will enjoy this discussion and join us on 21 September at 9:30 am CEST. There are so many issues to discuss. Please come along with your favourite breakfast treat and any questions you might want us to analyse.

We really hope you will join us for breakfast! See you then!

SpaceWatch.Global is a Europe-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café” Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” will be conducted in English.

The previous episodes can be found here: Space Café” Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” – Archive

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