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Hearings, Under Rule 193 of the Rules of Procedure, a committee is permitted to organise a hearing with experts, where this is considered essential to its work on a particular subject. Hearings can also be held jointly by two or more committees. Most committees organise regular hearings, as they allow them to hear from experts and hold discussions on the key issues. On this page you will find all the available information relating to committee hearings, including programmes, posters and contributions from speakers.


International Trade


Public hearing on "Trade in minerals originating in conflict–affected and high risk areas"

  • Programme
  • Poster


  • Presentation Digital Europe
  • Presentation Eurometaux
  • Presentation NGO Mponge
  • Points Remy Kasindi


  • Guy Thiran
  • Julian Lageard
  • Michael Gibb
  • Descarters Mponge
  • Tyler Gillard

Employment and Social Affairs


International Trade


EMPL-INTA Joint Public Hearing on TTIP



  • Ignacio Garcia Bercero - European Commission, DG MARKT
  • Ralph Kamphöner - EuroCommerce
  • Marva Corley - International Institute for Labour Studies
  • Tom Jenkins - ETUC
  • Conny Reuter
  • Luisa Santos - BusinessEurope


  • Marva Corley - Labour Provisions in Trade Agreements - Role of the ILO

International Trade


Public hearing on "EU-Myanmar Investment Agreement"

  • Programme
  • Poster
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Welcome words

Welcome to the website of the Committee on International Trade (INTA).
You will find the agendas and working documents of the Committee here, as well as additional information such as INTA newsletters, details on on-going reports and hearings.
Since the implementation of the Lisbon Treaty, the EP has a decisive role to play in the definition of the Union's trade policy and acts as its democratic conscience. This is of particular importance since trade legislation and international trade agreements can only be implemented with the agreement of the EP.
I trust that this website will serve as an efficient information source and research tool that allows European citizens to achieve a better understanding of INTA's work and proceedings, as well as of the Union's trade policy in general.
Thank you for your visit. Should you have any further questions about the Committee's work please contact the Secretariat.