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Horizon 2020: Geographical balance of beneficiaries

17-12-2020

This briefing explores the performance gap between EU-15 and EU-13 countries under Horizon 2020, the reasons for this gap and policy options at national and EU levels.

This briefing explores the performance gap between EU-15 and EU-13 countries under Horizon 2020, the reasons for this gap and policy options at national and EU levels.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Michal Pazour

Gender and geographical balance in the governance structures of Horizon 2020

17-12-2020

This briefing analyses gender and geographical balance in the governance structures of Horizon 2020.

This briefing analyses gender and geographical balance in the governance structures of Horizon 2020.

Nominations for Members of the European Court of Auditors

02-12-2020

On the occasion of the nomination of a new Polish member for the Court of Auditors, this briefing describes the national nomination process and the roles of EP and Council.

On the occasion of the nomination of a new Polish member for the Court of Auditors, this briefing describes the national nomination process and the roles of EP and Council.

Gender equality in the college of the European Court of Auditors

28-10-2020

This briefing on gender balance in the college of the European Court of Auditors aims to shed light on the balance between male and female members, from a historical perspective as the ECA has a reputation of being a rather male-dominated institution.

This briefing on gender balance in the college of the European Court of Auditors aims to shed light on the balance between male and female members, from a historical perspective as the ECA has a reputation of being a rather male-dominated institution.

Nominations for Members of the European Court of Auditors

15-06-2020

Short presentation of - Treaty provisions and appointment procedure, - upcoming and recent nominations and - avenues for further research.

Short presentation of - Treaty provisions and appointment procedure, - upcoming and recent nominations and - avenues for further research.

RESEARCH FOR CULT COMMITTEE – Recognition of qualifications for educational and professional purposes: the impact of Brexit

26-11-2018

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union next 29 March 2019. The potential impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on the recognition of qualifications depends on the nature of the qualifications as different regulatory regimes apply to academic as against professional qualifications. In the case of academic qualifications, this issue falls within national competence, although supporting policies have been implemented at European level. Brexit should not have substantial ...

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union next 29 March 2019. The potential impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on the recognition of qualifications depends on the nature of the qualifications as different regulatory regimes apply to academic as against professional qualifications. In the case of academic qualifications, this issue falls within national competence, although supporting policies have been implemented at European level. Brexit should not have substantial consequences since those policies are intergovernmental (e.g. Bologna Process), implemented on a voluntary basis (e.g. European Qualifications Framework, Europass) or open to third countries (e.g. Erasmus+). By contrast, the question of professional qualifications is closely related to the single market and to the free movement of workers, services and establishment. Hence, a number of European directives govern the field of regulated professions. If the UK becomes a third country from 30 March 2019 or at the end of the transition period provided for in the “Draft Withdrawal Agreement”, this legislation will no longer apply either to EU citizens seeking recognition of their qualifications in the UK or to UK citizens seeking recognition of their qualifications in the European Union.

Trybunał Obrachunkowy

01-01-2018

Europejski Trybunał Obrachunkowy jest odpowiedzialny za kontrolę finansów UE. Jako zewnętrzny kontroler Unii Europejskiej przyczynia się do poprawy zarządzania finansami UE i pełni funkcję niezależnego strażnika interesów finansowych jej obywateli.

Europejski Trybunał Obrachunkowy jest odpowiedzialny za kontrolę finansów UE. Jako zewnętrzny kontroler Unii Europejskiej przyczynia się do poprawy zarządzania finansami UE i pełni funkcję niezależnego strażnika interesów finansowych jej obywateli.

Polityka językowa

01-09-2017

W ramach działań podejmowanych na rzecz promowania mobilności i międzykulturowego zrozumienia UE wskazała naukę języków jako ważny priorytet i finansuje liczne programy i projekty w tym obszarze. Zdaniem UE wielojęzyczność stanowi istotny element europejskiej konkurencyjności. Dlatego też jednym z celów polityki językowej UE jest opanowanie przez każdego obywatela europejskiego, oprócz języka ojczystego, dwóch języków obcych.

W ramach działań podejmowanych na rzecz promowania mobilności i międzykulturowego zrozumienia UE wskazała naukę języków jako ważny priorytet i finansuje liczne programy i projekty w tym obszarze. Zdaniem UE wielojęzyczność stanowi istotny element europejskiej konkurencyjności. Dlatego też jednym z celów polityki językowej UE jest opanowanie przez każdego obywatela europejskiego, oprócz języka ojczystego, dwóch języków obcych.

Research for CULT Committee – EU Strategy for International Cultural Relations

15-02-2017

In the joint communication “Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations” from 8 June 2016, the Commission and the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy have drawn up a strategy for the EU’s international cultural relations, departing from “showcasing” and working towards a cooperative peer-to-peer learning approach. The Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) and the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) have decided to draw up an own-initiative report on the ...

In the joint communication “Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations” from 8 June 2016, the Commission and the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy have drawn up a strategy for the EU’s international cultural relations, departing from “showcasing” and working towards a cooperative peer-to-peer learning approach. The Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) and the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) have decided to draw up an own-initiative report on the strategy. CULT strongly advocated the development of this strategy throughout the last few years, as evidenced by a relevant EP resolution and a preparatory action. This briefing gives an overview of the policy developments that led to the new strategy, summarises the strategy itself and points out crucial elements and challenges that could be addressed in the own-initiative report.

Research for CULT Committee - Culture and Education in the CETA

19-12-2016

This paper assesses the treatment of education and culture in the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). The CETA marked (for the EU) significant changes in negotiating modalities in the fields of services and investment, involving a shift in the manner in which the Parties undertake negotiated market opening commitments under the Treaty (from a GATS-type hybrid list to a negative list approach). Notwithstanding such changes, both Canada and the European Union have secured ...

This paper assesses the treatment of education and culture in the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). The CETA marked (for the EU) significant changes in negotiating modalities in the fields of services and investment, involving a shift in the manner in which the Parties undertake negotiated market opening commitments under the Treaty (from a GATS-type hybrid list to a negative list approach). Notwithstanding such changes, both Canada and the European Union have secured under the CETA negotiated outcomes fully aligned to – and wholly consistent with - those achieved by both Parties in their preceding trade and investment agreements at the bilateral, regional or multilateral levels. The CETA marked no change to the long-held policy of both Parties to retain full policy immunity by eschewing substantive disciplines and market opening commitments in matters of culture and publicly-funded education services.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Michael Hahn, Institute for European and International Economic Law & World Trade Institute, University of Bern. Pierre Sauvé, World Trade Institute, University of Bern.

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