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Implementation appraisals following the Commission Work Programme 2018

29-11-2017

This briefing is intended as a background overview for parliamentary committees planning their activities in relation to the European Commission's work programme 2018 (CWP). It gives (i) a brief description of the content of the work programme, and (ii) an explanation of what committees can expect in terms of implementation appraisals in the next few months from the Ex-Post Evaluation Unit in the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS). Implementation appraisals are pro-active briefings providing ...

This briefing is intended as a background overview for parliamentary committees planning their activities in relation to the European Commission's work programme 2018 (CWP). It gives (i) a brief description of the content of the work programme, and (ii) an explanation of what committees can expect in terms of implementation appraisals in the next few months from the Ex-Post Evaluation Unit in the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS). Implementation appraisals are pro-active briefings providing a succinct overview of publicly available material on the implementation, application and effectiveness to date of an EU law, drawing on input from EU institutions and bodies, as well as external organisations.

Trafficking in Human Organs

18-06-2015

The commercial trade in human organs, including trafficking in persons for organ removal has developed into a global problem. This report describes the current situation regarding international organ trafficking, committed often by transnational criminal networks. It zooms in on the role of traffickers, international brokers, health professionals, and the recipients and suppliers. To combat and prevent organ commercialism and trafficking, a legal framework for the criminalisation of trafficking offences ...

The commercial trade in human organs, including trafficking in persons for organ removal has developed into a global problem. This report describes the current situation regarding international organ trafficking, committed often by transnational criminal networks. It zooms in on the role of traffickers, international brokers, health professionals, and the recipients and suppliers. To combat and prevent organ commercialism and trafficking, a legal framework for the criminalisation of trafficking offences, and tailor-made law enforcement instruments have been developed by a number of international organisations. A number of recent trafficking cases in which European citizens were involved, have been analysed in detail to highlight the different forms of organ trafficking and to demonstrate how investigation and prosecution can result in an effective justice response to these crimes. The efforts of the EU and other European organisations, such as the Council of Europe or the OSCE, to develop binding legal instruments and formulate policy actions to step up law enforcement and legal cooperation in the combat against trafficking in organs, are described. The report concludes with observations and recommendations for the EU to prepare next steps in successfully fighting and preventing trafficking in organs and organ commercialism.

100 steps forward the european parliament and the upgrading of european democracy since the lisbon treaty

01-04-2014

Legal, Technical and Policy Differences between the New Framework Programme RTD 2002-2006 and Previous Programmes

16-07-2001

The purpose of this study is to analyse the new Framework Programme 2002-2006 for Research and Technological Development (FPRTD), with selective comparisons with the preceding framework programmes, particularly the Fifth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (1998-2002). This analysis will focus in particular on the legal, technical and policy aspects of the new framework programme and will be developed on the basis of its essential elements, i.e.: the pillars of the framework ...

The purpose of this study is to analyse the new Framework Programme 2002-2006 for Research and Technological Development (FPRTD), with selective comparisons with the preceding framework programmes, particularly the Fifth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (1998-2002). This analysis will focus in particular on the legal, technical and policy aspects of the new framework programme and will be developed on the basis of its essential elements, i.e.: the pillars of the framework programme, particularly the legal basis and criteria for selecting priorities, its structure based on the priority themes, and the instruments for its implementation. A detailed analysis will also be made of the development of the budgets allotted to the framework programmes, particularly to the new Framework Programme for RTD (2002-2006), concluding with a list of the various topical subjects open to public debate.

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University of Oviedo Foundation (Oviedo, Spain)

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