Copernicus KEN Webinar – Update on the work of the CoKEN

The Chair of the Copernicus KEN, Anders Sandin, gave an update on the work of the CoKEN, explaining how you could get involved, and how we can support the aims of your organisation. 

You can see the slides from the webinar here.


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Webinar: Advocate NMCAs relevance in Copernicus to your national government

The Copernicus KEN held a webinar, inviting members to learn how we can support you to advocate your organisation’s relevance in Copernicus to your national government.  The aim of the webinar was to raise EuroGeographics members awareness of the stakes involved in Copernicus.  

The presentation is available: Advocate NMCAs Relevance In Copernicus To Your National Government

Please click here to view the recording of the Webinar.

PolKEN Autumn 2015 Meeting

12 participants arriving from different parts of Europe and 10 attending via webinar are the numbers describing a very successful Policy KEN meeting hosted by the National Agency of Public Registry of Georgia on 19-21 October 2015 in Tbilisi. First day of the PolKEN was focused to the introduction of Black sea region members, their national developments and acknowledgment of their common issues and planning of possible future regional activities supported by EuroGeographics. The meeting ended with accustomed Policy issues supported by comprehensive reports from Task Force leaders on actualities of Digital Single Market, Copernicus and Cadastral issues related to policy, all followed by discussion and new ideas from the participants.

Download the meeting minutes


Title Presenter Size/type

Introduction to the EuroGeographics strategy

Mick Cory

8.3 MB, PDF

European Location Framework

Laila Aslesen

1.3 MB, PDF

Introduction to National Agency of Public Registry of Georgia

Ekaterina Meskhidze

13.9 MB, PDF 

State service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre – latest developments

Dmytro Makarenko

1.2 MB, PDF 

INSPIRE Implementation In Romania

Corina Dragomir


Digital Single Market Task Force report

Neil Sutherland


Copernicus Task Force report

Francois Chirie

532 kb, PDF

Cadastre issues related to policy Task Force report

Amalia Velasco


Recent developments in Personal data protection in decisions of the European Court of Justice

Laila Aslesen

523 kb, PDF

Database directive case ECJ 490/14 update

Marjana Zelic

349 kb, PDF

Overview of activities and developments in the UNGGIM and UNGGIM Europe

Carol Aguis

3.4 MB, PDF


Ekaterina Meskhidze


European Location Framework in practice

Saulius Urbanas