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This study forms part of a wider-ranging project which seeks to lay the groundwork for comparisons between legal frameworks governing the right to respect for private life in different legal systems, and between the ways in which the systems address the challenges that the ‘digital age’ poses to the exercise of that right. It analyses, with reference to the United Kingdom, the legislation in force, the most relevant case law and the nature of the right to respect for private life. Chapter 2 describes ...

The December session highlights were the pre-European Council debate, including on the state of play of 'Brexit' negotiations, as well as the debate on foreign, security and defence policy, with a statement from Federica Mogherini on PESCO. Members also debated US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and the PANA Committee of Inquiry report. Parliament adopted, inter alia, the 'Omnibus' regulation for agriculture, extension of EFSI, and a regulation on aviation emissions.

This study was commissioned by the European Parliament's Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the LIBE Committee. The study provides an overview of existing legislation at European Union, Member State and the international level related to online child sexual abuse. The study also provides an account of the role of law enforcement agencies in combatting child sexual abuse online and other governmental and private sector initiatives. Some of the current ...

Gender Equality Policy in Tunisia

Poglobljena analiza 15-10-2012

Tunisia is passing through a critical historical juncture. In the present debates about the new constitution, the role of Islam in public life and that of women’s rights are among the most central issues. Tunisia’s legislation on women’s rights is the most modern in the Arab world (including notably the right to abortion on demand and access to contraceptives). Tunisian women participated actively in the uprisings, but fear backlash after the victory of the moderate Islamist party, Ennahda, in the ...

Even though the most obvious forms of sex discrimination have been considerably reduced in the USA society, discrimination takes much more subtle forms. This note offers an overview of the situation in the US (at federal level) regarding gender equality and is based on 5 themes: sex discrimination in the workplace; reconciliation of private and professional life; access to health care; equal representation in decision-making; eradication of all forms of genderbased violence. It appears that, depending ...

Gender Equality in Turkey

Poglobljena analiza 16-01-2012

This note reviews gender equality in Turkey with a focus on the existing legislation and programs. The issue of gender equality in Turkey is particularly important for Turkey’s adoption of EU norms and acquis. The main challenges in this respect are violence against women, equal opportunities at the work place, paid and unpaid labour, hidden forms of discrimination and access to political decision-making and representation.

This note gathers the data and findings collected from various recent and relevant academic works (in English and French) on the issue of gender-based violence. It aims to help MEPs to design the EU policy for a better protection of women against gender-based violence.

This briefing paper aims to provide information in relation to the phenomenon of child trafficking and abduction into, out of and within member states for the purpose of their abuse and exploitation. In particular the paper is directed towards child-specific considerations in relation to measures against trafficking, with particular regard to the Council of Europe Convention on Action Against Trafficking and the Treaty of Lisbon. It looks at such matters as statistical prevalence and data gathering ...

Analytical description of various forms of violence against children, whether within the family, or within society (prostitution, sex tourism, paedophilia, child pornography and the media). Status of children in the legal frameworks: Community (Treaty of Amsterdam and Council actions) and non-Community (United Nations and Council of Europe). Community action and budget: STOP programme, DAPHNE initiative and measures against sex tourism.