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Presentation of the study on adoption without consent: committee debate - 14.07.2015

07-07-2015 - 09:31
Child custody and forced adoption picture with baby pacifier and a gavel

On the basis of petitions submitted on adoption without parental consent in England and Wales, the study commissioned by the Committee examines the law and practice in England and Wales, in comparison to other jurisdictions within the EU. It details the procedures followed by the English courts in relation to child protection proceedings involving a child who has a connection to another EU Member State, and gives recommendations for cooperation between the Member States in future proceedings.

Abolition of the summer-winter time arrangements in the EU:committee debate -14.07

07-07-2015 - 09:29
Alarm clock representing summer winter time change

The Committee on Petitions received numerous petitions asking for the abolition of the summer-winter time arrangements in the EU. The petitioners claim that such arrangements have negative impact on health and do not ensure sufficient energy saving advantages. The Committee will exchange views on these petitions on 14 July 2015.

Public Hearing on the Right to Petition: 23.06.2015

01-07-2015 - 18:21
Poster for the Right to Petition Hearing - a group of men in different colours holding signboards with petition label.

The Committee on Petitions held a Hearing on the Right to Petition on 23 June 2015 between 9.00 -12.30, room ASP A 3 G 3.

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Es un placer darles la bienvenida a la página de la Comisión de Peticiones, en la que encontrarán información sobre la labor que realiza esta comisión en nombre de los ciudadanos y residentes de la Unión Europea.

La Comisión de Peticiones actúa como puente entre los ciudadanos de la UE y sus Instituciones. Los Tratados de la Unión garantizan a todos los ciudadanos europeos el derecho a dirigirse por escrito al Parlamento Europeo para abordar los diferentes problemas que puedan afrontar en su vida cotidiana, siempre y cuando las cuestiones que planteen incidan en el ámbito competencial de la UE.

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