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Politica di comunicazione

01-04-2018

La necessità di una comunicazione efficace ha la sua base giuridica nella Carta dei diritti fondamentali dell'Unione europea, che garantisce a tutti i cittadini il diritto di essere informati sulle questioni europee. Le istituzioni dell'UE hanno messo a punto diversi strumenti e servizi per restare in contatto con il pubblico e informarlo. L'iniziativa dei cittadini europei, istituita formalmente nel 2012, ha consentito a questi ultimi di partecipare più direttamente all'elaborazione degli atti legislativi ...

La necessità di una comunicazione efficace ha la sua base giuridica nella Carta dei diritti fondamentali dell'Unione europea, che garantisce a tutti i cittadini il diritto di essere informati sulle questioni europee. Le istituzioni dell'UE hanno messo a punto diversi strumenti e servizi per restare in contatto con il pubblico e informarlo. L'iniziativa dei cittadini europei, istituita formalmente nel 2012, ha consentito a questi ultimi di partecipare più direttamente all'elaborazione degli atti legislativi e alle questioni europee.

The European Disability Strategy 2010-2020

10-07-2017

The European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 (EDS) constitutes a comprehensive multiannual framework for implementing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) at EU level. The EDS and CRPD are thus closely intertwined. Whilst many stakeholders had called for a revision of the EDS, the recent European Commission progress report suggests instead to maintain the Strategy's objectives for the remaining period. However, given that the current Strategy ends in 2020, ...

The European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 (EDS) constitutes a comprehensive multiannual framework for implementing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) at EU level. The EDS and CRPD are thus closely intertwined. Whilst many stakeholders had called for a revision of the EDS, the recent European Commission progress report suggests instead to maintain the Strategy's objectives for the remaining period. However, given that the current Strategy ends in 2020, preparation of the future disability framework will need to start before much longer. This briefing, prepared by the Ex-Post Evaluation Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), aims to outline the scope and objectives of the EDS and to analyse its implementation. It has been drafted in support of the implementation report on the EDS, which is currently being drawn up by the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) in close consultation with disability organisations, in response to the Commission’s progress report.

Discrimination Generated by the Intersection of Gender and Disability

15-05-2013

Disabled women are at the intersection of various forms of discrimination on the grounds of gender and disability. This report provides an overview of relevant legislation and its limitations. It examines the ways this discrimination manifests itself in many domains of the private and public spheres. An intersectionality approach is seen as the most appropriate tool to analyse the complexity of this phenomenon and inform future policies and legislation, which will ensure participation and realisation ...

Disabled women are at the intersection of various forms of discrimination on the grounds of gender and disability. This report provides an overview of relevant legislation and its limitations. It examines the ways this discrimination manifests itself in many domains of the private and public spheres. An intersectionality approach is seen as the most appropriate tool to analyse the complexity of this phenomenon and inform future policies and legislation, which will ensure participation and realisation of disabled women’s full potential.

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Konstantina DAVAKI (LSE Health/Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, London, UNITED KINGDOM), Claire MARZO (European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, London, UNITED KINGDOM), Elisa NARMINIO (LSE Consulting, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, London, UNITED KINGDOM) and Maria ARVANITIDOU (UnitedHealth Group, London, UNITED KINGDOM)

A Human Rights and Poverty Review : EU Action in Addressing Caste-Based Discrimination

12-02-2013

Caste-based discrimination is a serious human rights violation, negatively affecting political, economic, social, cultural and civil rights of approximately 260 million people worldwide. The European Union is committed to the promotion of human rights within the EU and in its external relations. This brief aims to assess to what extent the EU has integrated the fight against caste-based discrimination in its external relations. Light is shed on the specific situations in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, ...

Caste-based discrimination is a serious human rights violation, negatively affecting political, economic, social, cultural and civil rights of approximately 260 million people worldwide. The European Union is committed to the promotion of human rights within the EU and in its external relations. This brief aims to assess to what extent the EU has integrated the fight against caste-based discrimination in its external relations. Light is shed on the specific situations in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Yemen and the European Union’s actions to address caste-based discrimination in these countries. Based on the analysis, the briefing elaborates recommendations on how the EU can mainstream the fight against caste-based discrimination into policies, strategies and programmes as well as dialogues with caste-affected countries. Legal realities and options for addressing discrimination vary between the partner countries. In order to mainstream the fight against caste-based discrimination, the EU, and the EEAS in particular, should utilize all options with regard to that country, including association agreements as well as partnership and cooperation agreements. Regarding countries that will not receive bilateral aid, the focus should be put on dialogues to address caste-based discrimination. Lessons on mainstreaming can be gained from the European Union’s experience in mainstreaming human rights.

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Suzanne Langsdorf (Ecologic Institute, Germany) and Rikke Nohrling (International Dalit Solidarity Network, Denmark)

The Future Orientation of EU Youth Policy

15-12-2009

The EC Communication “A EU Strategy for Youth – Investing and Empowering”, published in April 2009, presents the Commission’s strategy for the future of policies for youth in Europe. It anticipated the adoption of a new framework of cooperation in the field of youth by the Council in November 2009. This study presents Deloitte’s analysis of the EU Youth Policy and provides recommendations for the next steps of its development.

The EC Communication “A EU Strategy for Youth – Investing and Empowering”, published in April 2009, presents the Commission’s strategy for the future of policies for youth in Europe. It anticipated the adoption of a new framework of cooperation in the field of youth by the Council in November 2009. This study presents Deloitte’s analysis of the EU Youth Policy and provides recommendations for the next steps of its development.

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Deloitte Consulting, Belgium

The European Union and Youth Policy

01-03-2002

In the EU Member States there are more than 50 million young people aged between 15 and 25. It is the Member States which are main responsible for the area of youth. However, since its creation the European Community has supported the national measures, in particular by establishing different action programmes, such as the Youth for Europe Programme (1988), the European Voluntary Service for Young People (1996) and the current Youth Programme (2000). The European Community would like to further ...

In the EU Member States there are more than 50 million young people aged between 15 and 25. It is the Member States which are main responsible for the area of youth. However, since its creation the European Community has supported the national measures, in particular by establishing different action programmes, such as the Youth for Europe Programme (1988), the European Voluntary Service for Young People (1996) and the current Youth Programme (2000). The European Community would like to further support young people, and in November 2001 the European Commission therefore presented a White Paper on Youth which deals with the following challenges: demographic and social change, the widening gap between young people and public affairs at national, European and international levels and the attendant risk of a 'citizenship deficit'.

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