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Audizioni

Una commissione può organizzare un'audizione di esperti, ove ciò sia ritenuto essenziale ai fini del proprio lavoro su un determinato tema. Le audizioni possono anche essere tenute congiuntamente da due o più commissioni. La maggior parte delle commissioni organizza audizioni regolarmente in quanto consentono di consultare esperti e discutere temi fondamentali. Questa pagina contiene tutte le informazioni disponibili riguardo alle audizioni delle commissioni, compresi i programmi e i contributi degli oratori.

The overall aim of this ANIT hearing is to provide Members with an overview of technical and administrative procedures related to implementation and enforcement of Regulation 01/2005. Particular aspects to be considered would include approval of journey logs, approval of vehicles, procedures to licence companies, mechanism for inspections and controls, the use of the TRACES system in practice, training of veterinaries as well as customs and police officers. 5 experts have been invited.

On Wednesday, 27 January 2021, AIDA Special Committee is organising a hearing on "AI and Green Deal". The aim of the event is to reach out to experts and specialists, to establish the state of play of AI in the fight against climate change, and its role in fulfilling the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs), as well as in the Europe’s green recovery plan after the Covid-19 crisis. ENVI Committee will be associated to this hearing.

The Committee on Gender Equality and Women's Rights (FEMM) will organize a hearing on “Gender aspects of precarious work" on 25 January 2021, between 13.45 - 14.45 remotely.

On Thursday 14 January, the ENVI committee held a public meeting on "Facing the sixth mass extinction and increasing risk of pandemics: What role for the EU Biodiversity strategy to 2030?"

The Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development held a Public Hearing on the "Conservation of agricultural biodiversity" in remote. The hearing was intended to assess and discuss the impact on the agricultural sector of the Commission's Communication on the “EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030: Bringing nature back into our lives”.

The Beating Cancer committee (BECA) put patients and their caregivers first on Monday 11 January 2021during a hearing that was entirely dedicated to patients' experiences and their recommendations for the forthcoming BECA report.

Journalists are an essential part of any democracy. However, their work has never been more difficult. The challenges caused by disinformation campaigns carried out by malign actors are a primary source of concerns regarding the credibility of the press and the trust of citizens over the media in general. INGE Special Committee looked into depth on the topic of disinformation threats related to journalism.

On Friday 11 December the BECA committee heard from seven leading specialists in cancer prevention about the effect the environment can have on everybody's risk of developing cancer, including radiation, air pollution, exposure to chemicals and pesticides, and being exposed to carcinogens at work.

ANIT organised a public hearing on the protection of animals during transport and related operations to get a comprehensive overview of the enforcement of Regulation 01/2005 to tackle the different responsibilities of the Member States and the Commission.

The AGRI Committee held a Public Hearing on “EU agriculture after Brexit” with remote participation. The hearing was intended to tackle the impact of Brexit on agricultural trade flows, including the particular situation of Ireland and the protection of geographical indications. Experts representing EU Agriculture and Agri-Food presented their views on the above-mentioned issues, with focus on the most affected sectors/Member States.

On 7 December 2020, between 14.00 - 15.00, the FEMM Committee held a Public Hearing on "Women’s Rights Defenders (WRD) - EU’s role to combat the increasing attacks against WRD and women’s rights"

The INTA hearing, scheduled for 7 December, will focus on the trade policy measures that can help the EU to achieve the goals it set for itself in the Green Deal. To discuss with MEPs, INTA invited Ms Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Co-President of the Club of Rome, Professor Olivier De Schutter, UN Special rapporteur for extreme poverty and human rights, Ms Luisa Santos, Deputy Director-General, Business Europe and Mr Wendel Trio, Director of the Climate Action Network.

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