Marcel KOLAJA Marcel KOLAJA
Marcel KOLAJA

Grupul Verzilor/Alianța Liberă Europeană

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Cehia - PIRÁTI (Cehia)

Data nașterii : , Moravská Třebová

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Vicepreședinte

PE
Parlamentul European 
Responsabilități în calitate de vicepreședinte:
  • Grupul de lucru pentru strategia de inovare în domeniul TIC, vicepreședinte
  • Informatică și telecomunicații
  • Comitetul artistic, membru
  • Timp afectat întrebărilor
  • Îl înlocuiește pe Președinte în chestiuni legate de zonele baltică, nordică, arctică

Membru

BURO
Biroul Parlamentului European
IMCO
Comisia pentru piața internă și protecția consumatorilor
D-US
Delegația pentru relațiile cu Statele Unite

Membru supleant

CULT
Comisia pentru cultură și educație
AIDA
Comisia specială pentru inteligența artificială în era digitală
D-IN
Delegația pentru relațiile cu India

Activități recente

25 de ani de la Declarația de la Beijing și de la crearea Platformei de acțiune de la Beijing: provocări viitoare la adresa drepturilor femeilor (B9-0114/2021) EN

11-02-2021
Explicații scrise ale votului

This resolution highlighted many areas, in which we need to make progress in order to achieve gender equality, such as pay transparency, stepping up the fight against gender-based violence, the role of education and zero tolerance for discrimination, access to safe and legal abortion, etc.
However, it included two problematic points, which led to our abstention on the final vote. First, we do not support the introduction of binding quotas in elected bodies. We of course stand behind the representation of women; however, quotas are not the right way to achieve it. On the contrary, they limit the free choice of voters, conflict with constitutional law and could result in a discrimination vis-a-vis other groups, creating a system with no choice and not based on capabilities.
Secondly, the resolution is calling to use any actions to eradicate hate speech and online harassment. As much as we fight against these phenomena, we consider the use of ‘any’ means to be disproportionate and with the risk to open the door to solutions we strongly oppose, such as error-prone automatic filters.

Controlul democratic al platformelor de socializare și protecția drepturilor fundamentale (dezbatere) EN

10-02-2021 P9_CRE-PROV(2021)02-10(3-174-0000)
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Reducerea inegalităților cu accent special asupra sărăciei persoanelor încadrate în muncă (A9-0006/2021 - Özlem Demirel) EN

09-02-2021
Explicații scrise ale votului

Tackling in-work poverty is a critical issue and we support the majority of this report’s proposals. The reason why we abstained is the stance the report takes on sex work, labeling it a serious form of violence and exploitation. This perspective completely disregards situations in which prostitution is legal. Pirates are in favor of de-criminalizing and regulating sex work, with clear rules that protect the sex workers’ rights. We underline that they should always have the right and means to leave sex work and should be supported to have a real choice. On the other hand, we wish to highlight some of the important measures advocated by the report, such as strengthening investments in digital technology in rural areas. We need more available coverage, but also quality and efficiency that can sustain new modes of work and service delivery for remote regions. This can go a long way in reducing inequalities and increasing employment, as well as investments in lifelong learning and developing the digital skills necessary for the job market.

Marcel KOLAJA
Marcel KOLAJA

Pe site-ul NEWSHUB al PE

A fairly accurate explanation of the Australian bill that is supposed to make Facebook and Google pay to news publishers. I would just add that the bill will also make it easier to spread disinformation. All in all, the Australian bill known as lex Facebook is quite a disaster. https://t.co/l5MteHKD2O 

RT @PiratskaStrana: @PiratKolaja podpořil otevřený dopis určený Evropské radě a Komisi vyzývající k přechodnému zrušení patentových omezení na očkovací látky spojené s bojem proti covidu-19. Vakcínu by mohla vyrábět jakákoliv firma na světě a zvýšila by se tak dostupnost zejména v chudších zemích.

Austrálie se novým zákonem připojuje k zemím, které chtějí nutit sociální sítě, aby platily za to, že jejich uživatelé sdílejí odkazy na články. Bohužel, jak ukazují předchozí pokusy, to kvalitní žurnalistice skutečně nepomůže. Naopak. Pomůže to ale například šíření dezinformací. https://t.co/C1gC3mJgOP 

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