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Workshops

Is-sessjonijiet ta' ħidma jiġu organizzati mid-dipartimenti tematiċi bil-għan li l-membri jkunu jistgħu jiltaqgħu ma' esperti dwar suġġetti marbuta ma' xogħol parlamentari jew ta' interess attwali, jagħmlulhom il-mistoqsijiet tagħhom u jiskambjaw il-fehmiet magħhom. Is-sessjonijiet ta' ħidma mhux bilfors isiru fil-pubbliku, imma jistgħu jsiru waqt laqgħat tal-kumitati.

This workshop will explore possible conclusions and recommendations on the DSA and DMA, and gather factual evidence on the expected effects of the regulation of online intermediaries. The discussions of the workshop will feed into the DSA and the DMA reports of the IMCO committee, setting out the Parliament’s political response. Further information on the workshop, including the agenda, will be published here soon.

This workshop will focus on the fight against missing trader fraud. It will provide an overview of the extent of missing trader fraud and possible solutions to fight the problem. There will be speakers of different EU institutions who will give recommendations on how to fight missing trader fraud.

The Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe adopted by the EC on 25/11/2020 is based on legislative and non-legislative action. It will create a future proof regulatory framework and support the industry in promoting research and technologies that actually reach patients. It will also take into account the weaknesses exposed by the coronavirus pandemic. In this context, the ENVI Health Working Group will bring together different external experts for exchanges of views.

On Monday, 10 May 2021, Policy Department C, at the request of the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) will organize the Workshop on “The role of education in preventing violence against women”.

Strategic Sovereignty (or Autonomy) for the European Union appears to be its ability to decide and act according to its own rules, principles and values. The latter include the promotion of multilateralism, respect for the rule of law, democracy and human rights, openness in trade relations. Given rapidly shifting global geopolitical and technology trends, and the seeming fragmentation of the multilateral order, the EU is being forced to strengthen its own position in the international arena.

The PETI Committee has requested the Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs to organise a Workshop on LGBTI+ rights in the EU to discuss the situation of LGBTI+ persons notably as they emerge from the petitions received by the EP, to examine the new Strategy on LGBTIQ rights recently presented by the Commission and to address the problem represented by the obstacles to the free movement of Rainbow Families through a dedicated study.

Workshop on 'New avenues for the Commission Rule of Law report: From reporting to enforcing the Rule of Law and Union values', organised by the Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs for the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

On 16 March 2021, Policy Department C, at the request of the FEMM Committee, organized a workshop on “Applying gender mainstreaming in the EU recovery package”.

A webinar on “EU trade policy: How can FTAs better deliver for SMEs” will take place on Monday, 15 March 2021, 14h00-16h00. INTA Chair Mr Bernd Lange will chair the discussions that will focus on how FTAs can help SMEs internationalise. In particular, the webinar will address the main challenges, concerns and benefits for SMEs doing business in third countries and with respect to internationalisation.

This workshop aims to investigate how the new technologies are already being used in the field of fraud, corruption and malpractice detection, as well as prevention, what are its limitations, and how its use could be improved. Also, on a more theoretical level, it tries to give a glimpse of how data mining and artificial intelligence are able to operate in the budgetary control sphere.

We are facing an important evolution in our economies due to digitalisation and globalisation, and in a COVID-19 pandemic context. This process creates new challenges to the international tax system, which lead to no or low taxation, market distortions, and tax uncertainty. Indeed, the established international tax system needs an overhaul in order to be up to the new digital challenges and to be fair and effective. Efforts are being made both at global (G20/OECD) and EU level.

On 16 November 2020, the Policy Department for Citizens Rights and Constitutional Affairs organised a workshop on "The 40th Anniversary of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction" for the JURI Committee, in the presence of the EP Coordinator of Children's' Rights, Ms Ewa Kopacz.

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Dipartiment Tematiku għall-Politiki Ekonomiċi, Xjentifiċi u tal-Kwalità tal-Ħajja

Kumitati: ECON-EMPL-ENVI-ITRE-IMCO
Dipartiment Tematiku għall-Politiki Strutturali u ta' Koeżjoni

Kumitati: TRAN-REGI-AGRI-PECH-CULT
Dipartiment Tematiku għall-Politiki tad-Drittijiet taċ-Ċittadini

Kumitati: JURI-LIBE-AFCO-FEMM-PETI
Dipartiment Tematiku għall-Politiki tal-Affarijiet Baġitarji

Kumitati: BUDG-CONT
Dipartiment Tematiku għall-Politiki tar-Relazzjonijiet Esterni

Kumitati: AFET-DROI-SEDE-DEVE-INTA