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Discharge for the 2015 budget – EU decentralised agencies and joint undertakings

21-04-2017

During the April II plenary session, the European Parliament is due to vote on recommendations on discharge to the EU agencies and joint undertakings for their implementation of the 2015 budget. The Committee on Budgetary Control proposes to grant them all discharge.

During the April II plenary session, the European Parliament is due to vote on recommendations on discharge to the EU agencies and joint undertakings for their implementation of the 2015 budget. The Committee on Budgetary Control proposes to grant them all discharge.

Civilian and Military Personnel in CSDP Missions and Operations

16-02-2017

The workshop was organised on January 26, 2017 at the initiative of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE) with the aim to highlight trends, challenges and recommendations regarding civilian and military personnel deployed in CSDP missions and operations in particular in the areas of force generation, training and the national follow-up on crimes and offences perpetrated during deployment. Annalisa Creta is research fellow of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Italy, specialised ...

The workshop was organised on January 26, 2017 at the initiative of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE) with the aim to highlight trends, challenges and recommendations regarding civilian and military personnel deployed in CSDP missions and operations in particular in the areas of force generation, training and the national follow-up on crimes and offences perpetrated during deployment. Annalisa Creta is research fellow of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Italy, specialised in civilian crisis management with a particular focus on training issues. Petteri Taitto is affiliated with the Laurea University of Applied Sciences in Finland as principal scientist. Alberto di Martino is full professor of criminal law at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Italy.

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Annalisa CRETA, Alberto di MARTINO, Mark NEMEDI (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy) and Petteri TAITTO (Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Vantaa, Finland) The paper has been developed under the overall scientific supervision of Andrea de Guttry (DIRPOLIS Institute, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy)

Estimates of Parliament's 2017 budget

12-04-2016

The budget of the European Parliament (EP), which accounts for less than 1.2% of the EU general budget, covers the administrative expenditure that ensures the functioning of an institution with 751 Members and 24 official languages. On 14 April 2016, the plenary is scheduled to vote on a report defining the priority objectives and proposed budget of the EP for next year.

The budget of the European Parliament (EP), which accounts for less than 1.2% of the EU general budget, covers the administrative expenditure that ensures the functioning of an institution with 751 Members and 24 official languages. On 14 April 2016, the plenary is scheduled to vote on a report defining the priority objectives and proposed budget of the EP for next year.

The obligations of the EU public administration under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: European Implementation Assessment

14-03-2016

As parties to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), both the European Union and its Member States are obliged to implement and safeguard the set of fundamental rights enshrined in the Convention. Full compliance with the Convention is required also by the state parties' public administrations, including the EU public administration, made up of its institutions, bodies and agencies. The UN CRPD Committee's 'Concluding Observations' of September 2015, which marked the ...

As parties to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), both the European Union and its Member States are obliged to implement and safeguard the set of fundamental rights enshrined in the Convention. Full compliance with the Convention is required also by the state parties' public administrations, including the EU public administration, made up of its institutions, bodies and agencies. The UN CRPD Committee's 'Concluding Observations' of September 2015, which marked the end of the first round of the review process, include a number of recommendations addressed to the EU public administration, touching upon employment, reasonable accommodation, accessibility, access to justice, the European Schools and the Community health insurance scheme. The CRPD Committee calls on the EU institutions to become a role model, both with regard to employment of persons with disabilities, and in its interaction with the public. This paper analyses the legal framework and policies the EU institutions have in place with regard to disability rights, and which have been to some extent prompted, or at least influenced, by the CRPD. It also assesses the progress made in the institutions' compliance with the CRPD, notably in the areas addressed in the UN 'Concluding Observations'.

Gender balance on company boards

30-11-2015

In line with the Commission's increased emphasis on improving gender equality in leadership positions, and after unsuccessful calls for voluntary measures, in 2012 the Commission proposed a directive aimed at increasing female presence on company boards. Despite support from the European Parliament and efforts by several Council presidencies, this proposal has not yet been adopted. On 7 December, the Council is due again to discuss the topic.

In line with the Commission's increased emphasis on improving gender equality in leadership positions, and after unsuccessful calls for voluntary measures, in 2012 the Commission proposed a directive aimed at increasing female presence on company boards. Despite support from the European Parliament and efforts by several Council presidencies, this proposal has not yet been adopted. On 7 December, the Council is due again to discuss the topic.

Employment and Skills Aspects of the Digital Single Market Strategy

16-11-2015

The ongoing and anticipated impact of digitalisation and the digital single market not only provides opportunities, but also presents challenges in terms of the job dynamics and changes in working conditions. The net effects of digitalisation on employment are ambiguous, but job losses in certain sectors are inevitable. Classic employer-employee relationships are also under pressure. The transformation of jobs calls for different skills requirements which could lead to growing skill gaps and mismatch ...

The ongoing and anticipated impact of digitalisation and the digital single market not only provides opportunities, but also presents challenges in terms of the job dynamics and changes in working conditions. The net effects of digitalisation on employment are ambiguous, but job losses in certain sectors are inevitable. Classic employer-employee relationships are also under pressure. The transformation of jobs calls for different skills requirements which could lead to growing skill gaps and mismatch in the labour market.

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Daphne Valsamis (IDEA Consult)

Protection of Personal Data in Work-Related Relations

15-04-2013

This study looks at the possibilities to complement the general data protection framework with specific rules for employment relations. Data protection in employment relations clearly touches on labour law. The specific actors involved, the social partners, and the strategies used in the past to harmonise labour law, are taken into account. The study evaluates the application of the existing general data protection framework in employment relations and considers possible options to improve it.

This study looks at the possibilities to complement the general data protection framework with specific rules for employment relations. Data protection in employment relations clearly touches on labour law. The specific actors involved, the social partners, and the strategies used in the past to harmonise labour law, are taken into account. The study evaluates the application of the existing general data protection framework in employment relations and considers possible options to improve it.

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Paul De Hert and Hans Lammerant under the coordination of the Centre d’Etudes sur les Conflits, Liberté et Sécurité (CCLS) and the Justice and Home Affairs section of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

Better Avoidance of Conflict of Interest: EU Agencies and Other Bodies Moving Forward

12-04-2013

Proceedings of the workshop on "Better Avoidance of Conflict of Interest: EU Agencies and Other Bodies Moving Forward" held on 21 February 2013 in Brussels.

Proceedings of the workshop on "Better Avoidance of Conflict of Interest: EU Agencies and Other Bodies Moving Forward" held on 21 February 2013 in Brussels.

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János Bertók (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - OECD, Paris, France), Paul de Clerck (Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation - Alter EU), Geert Dancet (European Chemicals Agency - ECHA, European Commission), Christoph Demmke (European Institute of Public Administration - EIPA, Maastricht, the Netherlands), Ian Harden (Secretariate General of the European Ombudsman), Thinam Jakob (HR Directorate General, European Commission), Igors Ludboržs (European Court of Auditors, Luxembourg), Jana Mittermaier (Transparency International), Wolfgang Rau (Group of States against Corruption - GRECO, Council of Europe) and Mario Tenreiro (Secretariat General, European Commission)

Decentralisation following the reform of the European Commission : evaluation and perception

16-06-2008

This study analyses the current system of decentralised administrative support and coordination within the European Commission, focussing particularly on organisational efficiency in Human resources management and in External Communication as well as on staff perceptions in general. It includes eight recommendations.

This study analyses the current system of decentralised administrative support and coordination within the European Commission, focussing particularly on organisational efficiency in Human resources management and in External Communication as well as on staff perceptions in general. It includes eight recommendations.

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Michael W. Bauer, Christoph Knill, Tim Balint and Stefan Benzing (Chair of Comparative Public Policy and Administration,University of Konstanz)

Study on the administrative reforms of the Commission in relation to ABB/ABM

14-12-2007

This study aims at evaluating the achievements of the Commission’s administrative reform objectives presented in the 2000 White Paper, concerning the introduction of tools for the definition of priorities, and a better allocation and use of resources (ABM). It addresses the three main following topics:- state of the play as regards ABB-ABM, - effectiveness of the new structures and procedures put in place in that context, - inherent characteristics and efficiency of these new structures and procedures ...

This study aims at evaluating the achievements of the Commission’s administrative reform objectives presented in the 2000 White Paper, concerning the introduction of tools for the definition of priorities, and a better allocation and use of resources (ABM). It addresses the three main following topics:- state of the play as regards ABB-ABM, - effectiveness of the new structures and procedures put in place in that context, - inherent characteristics and efficiency of these new structures and procedures. The main conclusion is that, although a lot of progress has been made, the system is far from realising its full potential. Several improvements could enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the SPP/ABM cycle. The recommendations presented concern both the content and the organisation of the SPP/ABM cycle.

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Deloitte Consulting cvba/scrl (Diegem, Belgium)

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