Resolutions

International cooperation and multilateralism face to COVID 19

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Leopoldo López Gil (European Parliament, Spain); Fernando Arce (Parlatino, Panama)

Combating hate speech in the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Maria-Manuel Leitão-Marques (European Parliament, Portugal); Sidney Francis (Parlacen, Nicaragua)

Digital platforms in the modern economy

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Nicolas Danti (European Parliament, Italy); Carlos Abraham Jiménez (Parlandino, Colombia)

The Scrutiny of trade negotiations and the evaluation and monitoring of the agreements by Parliamentarians

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Jörgen Warborn (European Parliament, Sweden); Adolfo Rodríguez Saá (Parlatino, Argentina)

Challenges for the education sector in the face of COVID-19 and the post-pandemic: guaranteeing quality education for all

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Pierre Karleskind (European Parliament, France); Luis Galarreta (Parlandino, Peru)

Bi-regional cooperation for the strengthening of health systems, for the access and distribution of vaccines and for scientific research to face pandemics

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Daniel Buda (European Parliament, Romania); Adolfo Mendoza Leigue (Parlandino, Bolivia)

Challenges to ensure the human right to water

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Ana Miranda (European Parliament, Spain); Julia Perié (Parlasur, Argentina)

The fight against organized crime in the EU and Latin America

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 27 July 2023, based on the report by the Working Group on Security, Organised and Transnational Crime and Terrorism

Co-rapporteurs:
Ibán García del Blanco (European Parliament, Spain); Cristina Reyes Hidalgo (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Cooperation on criminal justice in the EU and Latin America

adopted in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 14 April 2022, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Fabio Massimo Castaldo (European Parliament, Italy); Fidel Espinoza (Parlandino, Chile)

Culture as a means of promoting relations between the EU and the LAC countries

adopted in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 14 April 2022, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Sandra Pereira (European Parliament, Portugal); Alicia Lisseth Ticona (Parlatino, Bolivia)

Circular Economy

adopted in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 14 April 2022, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Clara Aguilera García (European Parliament, Spain); Óscar Darío Pérez (Parlandino, Colombia)

Regulation of lobbies' activities in the EU and LAC

adopted in Panama City, Panama, on 13 December 2019, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Mónica Silvana González (European Parliament, Spain); Ángel Rozas (Parlatino, Argentina)

Justice and Fight against impunity

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Renate Weber (European Parliament, Romania); Victor Sousa (Parlandino, Peru)

EU-LAC cooperation in the field of aviation and air safety

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Luis de Grandes Pascual (European Parliament, Portugal); Mariano González (Parlandino, Peru)

Restructuring Sovereign Debt

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Ernest Urtasun (European Parliament, Spain); Ángel Rozas (Parlatino, Argentina)

Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Carlos Iturgaiz (European Parliament, Spain); Hugo Quiróz (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Governing globalisation

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Inmaculada Rodríguez-Piñero (European Parliament, Spain); Adolfo Rodríguez Sáa (Parlatino, Argentina)

Criteria for the allocation of official development aid to middle-income countries

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Verónica Lope Fontagné (European Parliament, Spain); Juan Pablo García Farinoni (Parlacen, Panama)

The forced disappearance of minors in Europe and Latin America

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Teresa Jimenez-Becerril Barrio (European Parliament, Spain); Jorge Luis Romero (Parlandino, Peru)

Corporate social responsibility in the EU and LAC countries

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Gabriel Mato (European Parliament, Spain); Ricardo Rincón (EU-Chile JPC, Chile)

Tackling inequalities through social cohesion policies in the EU and LAC

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Javi López (European Parliament, Spain); Alan Fairlie Reinoso (Parlandino, Peru)

Territorial cohesion and trans-border coordination policies in the EU and Latin America

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Andrey Novakov (European Parliament, Bulgaria); Ángel Medina Devis (Parlatino, Venezuela)

Effectively implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the local level

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Isabella De Monte (European Parliament, Italy); Fausto Cobo (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Towards an EU-CELAC Common Research Area

adopted in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September 2018, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
José Inácio Faria (European Parliament, Portugal); Orlando Tardencilla (Parlacen, Nicaragua)

Trafficking of small and light arms

adopted in San Salvador, El Salvador, on 21 September 2017, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Ulrike Rodust (European Parliament, Germany); Gabriela Cuevas (EU-Mexico JPC, Mexico)

The future of multilateralism post-Nairobi

adopted in San Salvador, El Salvador, on 21 September 2017, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Inmaculada Rodríguez-Piñero (European Parliament, Spain); Adolfo Rodríguez Sáa (Parlatino, Argentina)

Food price volatility and food reserves in the EU and LAC

adopted in San Salvador, El Salvador, on 21 September 2017, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Molly Scott Cato (European Parliament, United Kingdom); José Alvarado Correa (Parlacen, Nicaragua)

Repercussions of the negotiations on the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on EU and LAC trade policies

adopted in San Salvador, El Salvador, on 21 September 2017, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Nicola Danti (European Parliament, Italy); Luis Fernando Duque García (Parlandino, Colombia)

Informal and undeclared work in the EU and LAC

adopted in San Salvador, El Salvador, on 21 September 2017, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Thomas Mann (European Parliament, Germany); Eduardo Cáceres (Parlatino, Argentina)

Financing political parties in the EU and Latin America

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Beatriz Becerra Basterrechea (European Parliament, Spain); Angel Rozas (Parlatino, Argentina)

Economic and financial relations with the People’s Republic of China from the perspective of the EU-LAC Bi-regional Strategic Partnership

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Ashley Fox (European Parliament, United Kingdom); Herman Olivero (Parlasur, Argentina)

Trade aspects of the various EU-LAC negotiations currently being conducted

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Antonio Tajani (European Parliament, Italy); Guillermo Antonio Osorno Molina (Parlacen, Nicaragua)

Combating poverty as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Jude Kirton-Darling (European Parliament, United Kingdom); Silvia Salgado (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Opportunities and challenges of shale gas in Latin American and Caribbean countries (LAC) and EU Member States

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Pilar Ayuso (European Parliament, Spain); Mauricio Gómez (Parlandino, Colombia)

Digital Agenda in the EU and LAC countries

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Carlos Zorrinho (European Parliament, Portugal); Adolfo Rodríguez Sáa (Parlatino, Argentina)

Migration, development and economic crisis

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 22 September 2016, based on the report by the Working Group on Migration

Co-rapporteurs:
Renate Weber (European Parliament, Romania); Gabriela Cuevas (EU-Mexico JPC, Mexico)

21st century mining, based on responsible and sustainable development

adopted in Brussels, Belgium, on 5 June 2015, based on the report by the Committee on Sustainable Development, the Environment, Energy Policy, Research, Innovation and Technology

Co-rapporteurs:
Inês Zuber (European Parliament, Portugal); Carlos Edward Osorio (Parlandino, Colombia)

Europe-Latin America position on issues related to climate and climate change in the context of the Summit of 2015 in Paris (COP 21)

adopted in Brussels, Belgium, on 5 June 2015

Co-rapporteurs:
Ernest Urtasun (European Parliament, Spain); Cecilia Castro Márquez (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Citizen participation and democracy in Latin America and the European Union

adopted in Athens, Greece, on 29 March 2014, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
María Irigoyen Pérez (European Parliament, Spain); William Vélez Mesa (Parlandino, Colombia)

Transparency and corruption in the European Union and Latin America

adopted in Athens, Greece, on 29 March 2014, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Renate Weber (European Parliament, Romania); Patricio Zambrano (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Food security from the EU-LAC perspective

adopted in Athens, Greece, on 29 March 2014, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
European Parliament; Roberto Gómez Alcívar (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Trade in raw materials between the EU and Latin America

adopted in Athens, Greece, on 29 March 2014, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Catherine Grèze (European Parliament, France); Rafael Flechas Díaz (Parlandino, Colombia)

Formal and informal education and continuing education

adopted in Athens, Greece, on 29 March 2014, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Santiago Fisas Ayxela (European Parliament, Spain); Carlos Baraibar (Parlatino, Uruguay)

Femicide in the European Union and Latin America

Fighting drug trafficking and organised crime in the European Union and Latin America

adopted in Santiago, Chile, on 25 January 2013, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Bogusław Sonik (European Parliament, Poland); Sonia Escudero (Parlatino, Argentina)

Globalisation and the financial crisis

adopted in Santiago, Chile, on 25 January 2013, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Esther Herranz García (European Parliament, Spain); Fausto Lupera (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Prevention of natural disasters in Europe and Latin America

adopted in Santiago, Chile, on 25 January 2013, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Edite Estrela (European Parliament, Spain); Hector Helí Rojas (Parlandino, Colombia)

Relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean in the field of security and defence

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 19 May 2011, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
European Parliament; José B. Pampuro (Parlasur, Argentina)

Prospects for trade relations between the European Union and Latin American

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 19 May 2011, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
María Muñiz de Urquiza (European Parliament, Spain); Oscar Arboleda Palacio (Parlandino, Colombia)

Strategies for job protection and creation, especially for women and young people

adopted in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 19 May 2011, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Izaskun Bilbao Barandica (European Parliament, Spain); María de los Ángeles Moreno Uriegas (EU-Mexico JPC, Mexico)

Reform of the World Trade Organisation

adopted in Sevilla, Spain, on 11 May 2010, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Bernadette Vergnaud (European Parliament, France); Fausto Lupera (Parlandino, Ecuador)

Tackling climate change challenges together: for an EU-LAC coordinated strategy in the framework of the UNFCCC negotiations

adopted in Sevilla, Spain, on 11 May 2010, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Peter Liese (European Parliament, Germany); Carlos Baraibar (Parlatino, Uruguay)

Migration in EU-LAC relations

adopted in Sevilla, Spain, on 11 May 2010, based on the report by the Working Group on Migration

Co-rapporteurs:
María Muñiz de Urquiza (European Parliament, Spain); Jorge Pizarro Soto (Parlatino, Chile)

Trade and climate change

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 8 September 2009, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Alain Lipietz (European Parliament, France) and Gianluca Susta (European Parliament, Italy); Elsa Guevara (Parlandino, Bolivia)

The financial crisis

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 8 September 2009, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Manuel António dos Santos (European Parliament, Portugal); Oscar Darío Pérez (Parlandino, Colombia)

Water-related issues in EU-LAC relations

adopted in Madrid, Spain, on 8 September 2009, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Irena Belohorská (European Parliament, Slovakia); José Guadarrama Márquez (EU-Mexico JPC, Mexico)

European Union and Latin American energy policies

adopted in Lima, Peru, on 1 May 2008, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights

Co-rapporteurs:
Godelieve Quisthoudt-Rowohl (European Parliament, Germany); Camilo Brenes (Parlacen, Panama)

Challenges and opportunities of the Doha Round

adopted in Lima, Peru, on 1 May 2008, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs

Co-rapporteurs:
Erika Mann (European Parliament, Germany); Wilbert Bendezú (Parlandino, Peru)

Poverty and social exclusion

adopted in Lima, Peru, on 1 May 2008, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture

Co-rapporteurs:
Ilda Figueiredo (European Parliament, Portugal); Amelia Herrera (Parlatino, Chile)

EU-Latin America relations with a view to the 5th Lima Summit - democratic governance

adopted in Brussels, Belgium, on 20 December 2007, based on the report by the Committee on Political Affairs, Security and Human Rights (Joint document)

Co-rapporteurs:
Emilio Menéndez del Valle (European Parliament, Spain); Juan Pablo Plácido (Parlacen, Dominican Republic)

Challenges and opportunities resulting from globalisation for the economic and trade relations between the EU and LA countries

adopted in Brussels, Belgium, on 20 December 2007, based on the report by the Committee on Economic, Financial and Commercial Affairs (Joint document)

Co-rapporteurs:
Daniel Varela Suanzes-Carpegna (European Parliament, Spain); Luis Fernando Duque García (Parlandino, Colombia)

Sustainable development and environmental balance in the relations between the EU Member States and Latin America in the context of global warming

adopted in Brussels, Belgium, on 20 December 2007, based on the report by the Committee on Social Affairs, Youth and Children, Human Exchanges, Education and Culture (Joint document)

Co-rapporteurs:
Josu Ortuondo Larrea (European Parliament, Spain); Amelia Herrera (Parlatino, Chile)