Next committee meeting on 2 July 2015 in Brussels.
The non-legislative report on the situation of fundamental rights in the EU (2013-2014) will be voted on by the Committee on Civil liberties, Justice and Home Affairs on 02.07.15. The Committee will also vote on the order of preference of candidates for the post of Director for the Fundamental Rights Agency. A debate on the strategic report on migration, including an analysis on the use of Home Affairs funds are spent in the context of migration and development context, will also take place.
The Special Committee on Tax Rulings and the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs will meet Commission President Juncker and Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Moscovici on 02.07.15. The TAXE committee will also meet founding member of the Tax Justice Network Richard Murphy (Tax Research LLP), and will continue its consultation with stakeholder by means of a debate with multinational corporations.
The Subcommittee on Human Rights will discuss the deteriorating human rights situation in Angola. Despite being one of the fastest growing African economies, around 70% of the population in Angola lives below the poverty line. The topics that will be addressed include the arbitrary detentions of human rights defenders and the case of the investigative journalist and human rights activist Rafael Marques. The meeting will be held on 02.07.15.
The Committee on Foreign Affairs is jointly organising a seminar with the Ecole nationale d'administration (ENA) entitled "Global challenges and partnerships. Which place for EU diplomacy in a globalised context?" Part of a three-day high-level joint AFET-ENA event, this seminar will take place at the European Parliament's premises in Brussels on 01.07.15.
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DRAFT RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision authorising respectively the Kingdom of Belgium and the Republic of Poland to ratify and the Republic of Austria to accede to the Budapest Convention on the Contract for the Carriage of Goods by Inland Waterways (CMNI)
DRAFT REPORT on women's careers in science and university and glass ceilings encountered
DRAFT OPINION on the EU Strategic Framework on Health and Safety at Work 2014-2020
DRAFT REPORT on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Regulation (EC) No 1236/2005 concerning trade in certain goods which could be used for capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
DRAFT REPORT on the European Structural and Investment Funds and sound economic governance: guidelines for the implementation of Article 23 of the Common Provisions Regulation
José BLANCO LÓPEZ
Conciliation is the third and final phase of the Ordinary Legislative Procedure (OLP) (also known as ‘codecision’).
The Assessment of Scientific and Technological Policy Options for the European Parliament.