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24-02-2019 17:00 - Fourth meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group (JPSG) on Europol

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In the light of the recent Paris attacks, MEPs vote to make Europol, the European police office, more effective and urge Member States to fully cooperate.

The fourth meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group on Europol (JPSG) will take place 24-25 February 2019 in Bucharest. The JPSG brings together Members of national parliaments and the European Parliament to fulfill the scrutiny and oversight on the activities of Europol including on fundamental rights. The JPSG meets at least twice a year. It is Co-Chaired by the European Parliament and the country holding the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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The agenda also includes high profile discussions on topics such as the findings by the Europol Cooperation Board, the state of play and activities of the Europol Cybercrime Centre and the Europol Migrant Smuggling Centre, as well as a keynote speech by the Commissioner for the Security Union - Sir Julian KING.

Località: Palace of Parliament, Bucharest, Romania
Ultimo aggiornamento: 19-02-2019

Multinannual Programming

      Letter from the MB Chairperson transmitting Europol's draft Programming Document 2020-2022 to the JPSG
      Letter from the MB Chairperson consulting the JPSG on Europol's draft Multiannual Programming 2020-2022
      Outline of Ms De Bolle intervention - “Reporting on Europol activities from September 2018 to February 2019”
      Draft Europol Programming Document 2020 – 2022
      Europol Strategy 2020+
      Intervention of Mr Victor Wili Apreutesei, Chairperson of the Management Board on “Europol Management Board activities from September 2018 to February 2019”
      Overview of MB activities October – December 2018
      Report from Mr Tsvetanov on the Management Board Meeting of 13 December 2019
      Letter communicating outcome of written procedure to JPSG

26-02-2019 14:30 - Reconversion of industrial areas in the framework of regional policy

Workshop - STOA
Reconversion of industrial site

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  • 14.30-14.45 Welcome

Ramón Luis VALCÁRCEL SISO, Vice-President of the European Parliament responsible for STOA

Rosa D'AMATO, Member of the European Parliament, Committee on Regional Development

Pirita LINDHOLM - Moderator - Director of the European Regions Research and Innovation

  • 14.45-15.05 Setting the scene: Reconversion of industrial areas, an EU regional policy opportunity

Lorraine FARRELLY, Professor, Head of Architecture, University of Reading

  • 15.05-15.45 Policy perspective: institutional strategies

Sander HAPPAERTS, Policy analyst, Directorate-General Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission

Gerald MUSCAT, Head of Urban Development Division, Projects Directorate, European Investment Bank

Gilles PARGNEAUX, Member of the European Parliament - Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

Bronis ROPĖ, Member of the European Parliament, Committee on Regional Development

  • 15.45-16.00

Q&A with the audience

  • 16.00-17.00 Case studies from all over Europe

City of Bilbao (Spain): Jordan GUARDO, Senuior Advisor to Bilbao Mayor's Office

City of Gothembourg (Sweden): Catrine NORRGÅRD, Director Gothenburg European Office

City of L'Aquila (Italy): Fabio GRAZIOSI, Professor, University of L'Aquila

City of Gdansk (Poland): Natalia WIENCKIEWICZ and Martyna BUKOWSKA, Managers at the Gdansk Economic Development Agency Ltd

Ruhr Region (Germany): Michael SCHWARZE-RODRIAN, EU Representative of the RVR

City of Lille (France): Virginie RENAULT-CREDOZ, Director of the Mission "Third Industrial Revolution" at the Haut-de-France Regional Council

  • 17.00-17.15

Q&A with the audience

  • 17.15-17.30 Conclusions

Rosa D'AMATO, Member of the European Parliament, REGI

Paul RÜBIG, Member of the European Parliament, STOA First Vice-Chair

Località: European Parliament Brussels - Paul Henri Spaak (PHS) 7C050
Ultimo aggiornamento: 13-02-2019

27-02-2019 11:00 - The labour and social situation of women in the EU – Hearing

Audizione - FEMM
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.

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The experts which will contribute to the discussion are Iga Magda, Assistant Professor, Warsaw School of Economics and Vice-President, Institute of Structural Research; Cristina Rovira Izquierdo, Senior Inequality Programme Advisor, OXFAM Spain; Montserrat Mir, Confederal Secretary, ETUC and Lina Salanauskaite, Researcher/Analyst, EIGE.

Località: Altiero Spinelli; Room 3G-3, Brussels, Belgium
Ultimo aggiornamento: 19-02-2019

06-03-2019 14:00 - Farming without agro-chemicals

Workshop - STOA

Can we grow without using herbicides, fungicides and insecticides?

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Chair: Anthea McIntyre, MEP & STOA Panel Member

The workshop will encompass four perspectives:

• A scientific assessment

• The viewpoint from conventional agriculture

• Consumer perception

• The stance of organic farmers

A detailed programme will be available soon.

Località: European Parliament Brussels - Altiero Spinelli Building (ASP) 5E2
Ultimo aggiornamento: 18-02-2019


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