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Ultime novità

03-12-2021 - 12:41
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the President of the European Parliament has established a number of measures to contain the spread of the virus and to safeguard Parliament's core activities. The current precautionary measures do not affect work on legislative priorities.

Core activities are maintained to ensure the smooth running of the institution's legislative, budgetary, and scrutiny functions.

The last Committee meeting took place on 30 November, to discuss access to water in developing countries, the EU-African Union Summit 2021 and child labour in developing countries.

A joint meeting with AFET will take place on 1 December to exchange views on the situation in Ethiopia (15.00-16.15).

The next Committee meeting will take place on 6 December (16.45-17.45), in the meeting room József Antall 4Q1 and remotely. Interpretation will be provided in EN, FR, DE, ES, IT, PL and HU. Members will exchange views on sustainable forestry in developing countries.

In primo piano

Ethiopia Pin on the map
03-12-2021 - 12:41

On 1 December, the Committees on Foreign Affairs and on Development held a joint exchange of views on the situation in Ethiopia and the latest developments related to the internal conflict, the humanitarian crisis in the country and its impact on the whole region. Amongst others MEPs discussed with the EEAS and the Commission which foreign policy tools the EU can use to enforce adherence to international and human rights law and help to end the conflict.

Child labor in developing countries
01-12-2021 - 11:22

The Committees on Development and the Committee on International Trade held a joint hearing on 30 November 2021 to discuss the ways to tackle child labour in developing countries.

Airplane with logo ECHO humanitarian aid
08-11-2021 - 16:29

Study published in October 2021 by the European Parliament's Policy Department for External Relations. In light of the current highly challenging background of humanitarian intervention for the European Union and international humanitarian donors, the European Commission has adopted a Communication on the EU’s humanitarian action: new challenges, same principles. It provides guidelines on how the EU may face this challenge in collaboration with Member States and donor partners.

Gender Equality Week photo
26-10-2021 - 11:20

As part of Parliament’s second European Gender Equality Week, Development Committee MEPs will discuss humanitarian action and gender equality with Commission and NGO experts. The debate will take place on 27 October, 10.30-11.45, in room Antall 6Q1 and remotely.