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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.

On World Cancer Day, 4 February, the Special Committee on Beating Cancer will examine the alarming impact of the COVID19-pandemic and other health threats on cancer during a hearing from 13.45 to 16.15

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 Thursday 28 January, MEPs from the Beating Cancer committee will discuss with ten leading experts how to deliver the best possible care to cancer patients in the EU. Topics will range from cancer drugs to multidisciplinary cancer care, with a specific angle on paediatric and rare cancers and the social determinants in accessing cancer care.

EMPL-LIBE joint hearing on “Consequences and lessons from the COVID-19 crisis for people living in residential institutions: a social and human rights perspective”. The EMPL and LIBE committees will hold a hearing, introduced by EMPL Chair Lucia ĎURIŠ NICHOLSONOVÁ and LIBE Chair Juan Fernando LÓPEZ AGUILAR, with experts, Commission Vice-President Dubravka ŠUICA and Commissioner Helena DALLI.

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.

On 26 January 2021, FISC Members will exchange views with Dr. Jeremy Green, Lecturer in International Political Economy at Cambridge University and Dr. Pasquale Pistone, IBFD Academic Chairman on the post-Brexit fight against tax evasion and avoidance. In particular, they will examine how Brexit is expected to affect Code of Conduct’s future assessment of the UK, its overseas territories and crown dependencies.

The objective of this hearing is to exchange experiences made and to trigger a debate on co-managing of fisheries at local level. The speakers are experts and stakeholders, who will present their views on fisheries co-management. The hearing will be focused on the impact of co-management on small scale fisheries, on partnership agreements between the government and the local community of resource users, and case studies/ examples on co-management of EU fisheries at local level will be presented.

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.

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