Auditions


Une commission peut organiser une audition d'experts lorsqu'elle estime que celle-ci est indispensable pour ses travaux sur une question déterminée. Les auditions peuvent aussi être conduites conjointement par deux commissions ou plus. La plupart des commissions organisent régulièrement des auditions, qui leur permettent de connaître les points de vue d'experts et de débattre sur de grands enjeux. Vous trouverez sur la présente page tous les renseignements utiles sur les auditions organisées par les commissions, notamment les programmes et les interventions des orateurs.

21-03-2019 - Joint PETI and ENVI Public Hearing on Climate Change Denial

PETI ENVI 18-03-2019 - 14:28
Climate choice concept as a person standing at a cross road between an unhealthy scene with polluted dirty air contrasted with a green healthy horizon of plants and clean air for global ecology

On 21 March 2019, the PETI and ENVI Committees will hold a joint Public Hearing on “Climate Change Denial.” The aim of the hearing is to explore the topic of climate change denial under different perspectives and to examine the communication techniques used in politics or by private companies and other actors in society to mislead the public on the negative impact of certain industrial activities or policies on the climate. (Lire la suite)

18-03-2019 - European Parliamentary Elections, European Parties, European Voters

AFCO 19-03-2019 - 17:14
EU ballot box with star flags

On 18 March 2019, AFCO organised a public hearing on "European Parliamentary Elections, European Parties, European Voters". Three experts were invited: - Ms Claire McGing, Maynooth University - Dr. Marina Costa Lobo, University of Lisbon - Prof. Juan Rodríguez Teruel, University of Valencia - as well as representatives of the Commission and Parliament dealing with communication campaigns. (Lire la suite)

18-03-2019 - Hearing on the role of inland waterways in the intermodal transport system

TRAN 19-03-2019 - 17:09
Harbour, crane, container ship, truck, train, multimodal

In order to achieve the ambitious goals of the Union to reduce the CO2 emissions, it will be important to unleash the full potential of the inland waterway transport. Interface with other modes of transport needs to be fully interoperable and efficient in order to achieve a modal shift towards this sustainable mode of transport. Innovation in the sector, including digitalisation and modernisation of the fleet will be crucial factors to achieve these goals. (Lire la suite)

18-03-2019 - Rule of Law in the Accession Process

AFET LIBE 15-03-2019 - 13:12
Joint Hearing - AFET LIBE

On Monday 18 March 2019, the Committees on Foreign Affairs (AFET), and Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) will hold a public hearing on the rule of law in the accession process. (Lire la suite)

07-03-2019 - Constitutionalism in the European Union

AFCO 12-03-2019 - 10:30
Gavel, Map of Europe and Constitution

During the AFCO meeting of 7 March, the public hearing 'Constitutionalism in the European Union and the constitutional interaction between the West and East of Europe' took place. (Lire la suite)

04-03-2019 - Evolution of the Performance Framework in the Common Agricultural Policy

AGRI 06-03-2019 - 11:19
Target in front of a landscape of cultivated fields and forest

On 4 March at 16.30h, the Committee held a public hearing on the “Evolution of the Performance Framework in the Common Agricultural Policy”. This hearing fell within the current AGRI legislative work on the CAP beyond 2020. A shift towards a more performance-oriented CAP is indeed an important component of the reform package proposed by the European Commission. (Lire la suite)

27-02-2019 - "The Future of the EU's Humanitarian Aid"

DEVE 28-02-2019 - 16:15
The future of the EU's Humanitarian Aid

With participants including Commissioner Stylianides and representatives from UN OCHA, the International Committee and International Federation of the Red Cross (ICRC/IFRC) and the NGO Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), this public hearing on the future of the EU’s humanitarian aid provided Members the opportunity to discuss with stakeholders key humanitarian challenges, and the way forward to address these, including commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit. (Lire la suite)

27-02-2019 - The labour and social situation of women in the EU – Hearing

FEMM 19-02-2019 - 16:28
The labour and social situation of women in the EU

In the context of the development of measures aimed at reconciling work and family life and following a decade of economic and financial crisis, it is essential to monitor the evolution of the labour and social situation of women in the EU. The hearing will have a double focus, examining two inter-related issues: unemployed young women and the women in precarious sectors who are at risk of poverty. (Lire la suite)

19-02-2019 - EU-Taiwan trade relations

INTA 22-02-2019 - 10:01
city view

The purpose of this hearing was primarily to look at the state of play of the bilateral economic relations between the EU and Taiwan. Representatives of the Commission and of the EEAS brought up the institutional approach, while the business angle was delivered by a representative of a German company active in Taiwan on the field of wind-turbine (ENERCON Taiwan). (Lire la suite)

19-02-2019 - Public hearing on First assessment of implementation of the landing obligation

PECH 20-02-2019 - 17:06
Fishing boat at sea with boxes of fresh fish just caught

Landing obligation is a long-standing policy goal of the EU Common Fisheries Policy that requires fishers to bring all catch ashore eliminating discards at sea. The policy has been phased in gradually over the years and is fully implemented starting this year, 2019. The speakers’ profiles combine first-hand industry expertise with scientific analysis. The audience would receive the most recent overview about the implementation of this important component of the fisheries policy. (Lire la suite)