Highlights

INGE Committee's exchange of views with Thierry Breton, Commissioner for Internal Market
16-04-2021 - 08:20 CULT

The Committee on Culture and Education will hold a debate with Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton on 19 April to go over the Committee’s upcoming work, and forthcoming actions and initiatives of the European Commission’s DG CNECT (Communications Networks, Content and Technology).

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16-04-2021 - 08:20 FEMM

Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality will hold a hearing on empowering women entrepreneurs and investors with EU support, including through the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027, on 19 April. Improving gender equality and empowering female entrepreneurship are key to accelerating and fortifying European recovery. This hearing will feed into a forthcoming own-initiative report on reaching women's economic independence through entrepreneurship and self-employment.

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16-04-2021 - 08:20 AFET DEVE BUDG

The Committees on Foreign Affairs, on Development and on Budgets will discuss a joint implementation report, which seeks to make a political evaluation of the EU Trust Funds (EUTFs) established since 2014 and extended until December 2021, and of the Facility for Refugees in Turkey (FRT). While assessing the implementation of the EUTFs and the FRT, the report makes proposals for the way forward under the new Multiannual Financial Framework. The meeting will take place on 19 April.

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16-04-2021 - 08:19 ANIT

The Committee of Inquiry on the Protection of Animals during Transport will hold a debate with representatives from the European Commission’s DG SANTE on the outcome of the five public hearings organised by the Committee this year. The debates will focus specifically on current and future EU requirements, and on the dual system to ensure compliance. The meetings will take place on 19 and 22 April.

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16-04-2021 - 08:19

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16-04-2021 - 08:19

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