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11-11-2019 13:00 - Social mobility and equal opportunities: The challenge for Europe

Muu sündmus - EPRS
EPRS event on 11 November: Promoting social mobility and equal opportunities

This EPRS policy roundtable looks at the issues of social mobility and equal opportunities in Europe. Income inequality within advanced OECD countries has been on a steady rise in recent decades, and there is growing concern that high levels of inequality are associated with low levels of intergenerational social mobility.

Täpsemalt

What do we know about chances and mechanisms for social mobility in Europe? To what extent can educational and labour market policies contribute to more equal societies? What are the possibilities and options for policy action in this field? This roundtable will explore these and other issues.

Asukoht: Library Reading Room, Altiero Spinelli Building (ASP 05D)
Viimane päevakajastamine:: 08-11-2019

    Programme

06-11-2019 18:15 - EPRS Annual Lecture: Clash of Cultures: Transnational governance in post-war Europe

Muu sündmus - EPRS
EPRS Annual lecture 2019

Prof Wolfram Kaiser, this year’s EPRS Fellow, will explain in the EPRS annual lecture that the European Union constitutes a peculiar mix of governance traditions and practices which in some respects have evolved since the middle of the nineteenth century.

Täpsemalt

These are: (i) 'technocratic internationalism', or the notion of governance by transnational experts in the interests of all, as Jean Monnet put it - an understanding of integration that still informs European Commission attitudes and practices in particular; (ii) 'neo-corporatist or consociationalist cooperation' geared towards achieving broad consensus on policy-making, which reflects the heterogeneous character of the EU and nationally informed preferences of many governmental and societal actors; and (iii) the vision of the EU as 'a supranational parliamentary democracy', which has put the parliamentarisation of the EU centre stage. The lecture argues, however, that these three governance traditions have created tensions and, in some ways, undermined each other. In this way, they have become an easier target for Europopulists who are attacking all of these post-war traditions separately, and their peculiar mix within the present-day EU.

Asukoht: Library Reading Room, 5th floor, Altiero Spinelli Building (ASP 05D)
Viimane päevakajastamine:: 04-11-2019

06-11-2019 15:00 - Media Freedom, Freedom of Expression and Combatting hate speech online and offline

Kuulamine - LIBE
Media Freedom, Freedom of Expression and Combatting hate speech online and offline

On 6 November 2019, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) will hold a public hearing on “Media Freedom, Freedom of Expression and Combatting hate speech online and offline”.

Täpsemalt

The hearing will be structured in two parts, a first part dedicated to media freedom, freedom of expression and the protection of investigative journalists with the participation of representatives of the Council of Europe, Reporters without Borders and investigative journalists. The second panel will focus on combatting hate speech (online and offline) and disinformation, with the participation of NGO representatives and think tanks working on these issues.

Viimane päevakajastamine:: 11-11-2019

Speakers' presentations

      Presentation Patrick PENNINCKX, Head of the Information Society Department, Council of Europe
      Presentation Peter ERDĖLYI, investigative journalist
      Presentation Dan TAPALAGA, investigative journalist
      Presentation Maia MAZURKIEWICZ, Alliance4Europe
      Presentation Daniel MILO, Senior Research Fellow, GLOBSEC Policy Institute

06-11-2019 13:30 - Where next for Europe’s economy? The latest IMF European Regional Economic Outlook[.]

Muu sündmus - EPRS
EPRS-IMF event on 6 November 2019

Full title: Where next for Europe’s economy? The latest IMF European Regional Economic Outlook in a global context
This EPRS-IMF policy roundtable will look at the latest IMF Regional Economic Outlook for Europe, reviewing the current economic context and assessing the appropriate policy mix in an uncertain environment. The Outlook projects growth declining in most European countries and recovering only modestly in 2020.

Täpsemalt

Downside risks come from a no-deal Brexit, escalating trade tensions, and sizable spillovers from trade and manufacturing weakness to other sectors. There are considerable differences, however, across sectors and between countries. Can the services sector avoid the drag from manufacturing and trade? Can 'emerging' Europe defy the slowdown in 'advanced' Europe? And will robust wage growth finally boost Europe's subdued inflation? These are some of the questions to be addressed in this joint EPRS-IMF event.

Viimane päevakajastamine:: 24-10-2019

17-10-2019 13:30 - What Europe is Thinking: The latest Pew survey of opinion in 14 EU Member States

Muu sündmus - EPRS
EPRS event of 17 October 2019 What Europe is Thinking

In this, the first of a series of joint policy roundtables between EPRS and DG Communication on the state of European public opinion, Pew Research Center will present the results of a major survey of public opinion on Europe covering 14 EU Member States on either side of the former Iron Curtain, as well as Ukraine, Russia and the United States.

Täpsemalt

The Pew study will be published on 15th October in a report on European public opinion three decades after the fall of Communism. Dr Richard Wike will present Pew's key findings and discuss them with Philipp Schulmeister from the EP's Public Opinion Monitoring Unit.

Asukoht: Library Reading Room, 5th floor, Altiero Spinelli Building (ASP 05D)
Viimane päevakajastamine:: 14-10-2019

10-10-2019 15:45 - The State of the Union after the Juncker Years

Muu sündmus - EPRS
Poster of the event on The State of the Union after the Juncker Years, an EUI event in Brussels, taking place Thursday 10 October 2019

The European University Institute (EUI) cordially invites you to participate in a special event on "The State of the Union after the Juncker Years", organised in cooperation with SciencesPo and the College of Europe. The conference offers an early opportunity to review and assess the EU inter-institutional dynamics during the Juncker years (2014-2019).

Täpsemalt

It will be opened by the President of the EUI, Prof. Renaud Dehousse. Among the distinguished speakers: Jim Cloos, Deputy Director for General and Institutional Policy in the General Secretariat of the EU Council of Ministers and Maria José Martínez Iglesias, Director for Legislative Affairs in the Legal Service of the European Parliament. The concluding keynote speech will be delivered by the Secretary General of the European Parliament, Klaus Welle.

The presentations will be based on two major surveys conducted as part of 'The European Commission: Where now? Where next?' project, aimed at identifying legislative trends and examining the outgoing Commission in historical perspective. The project is headquartered at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the EUI.

Asukoht: Library Reading Room, 5th floor, Altiero Spinelli Building (ASP 05D)
Viimane päevakajastamine:: 07-10-2019

08-10-2019 09:00 - European Week of Regions and Cities

Seminar - REGI
European Week of Regions and Cities

On Tuesday 8 October, within the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities, REGI and the COTER commission of the European Committee of the Regions organise a joint meeting. Commissioner for Regional policy, Ms Johannes Hahn, will open the discussion with an update on the implementation of the funds.

Täpsemalt

Asukoht: Building CoR - JDE building, Room JDE 62. Address: Rue Belliard 101, 1040 Brussels
Viimane päevakajastamine:: 02-10-2019

03-10-2019 09:00 - How ICES advises on sustainable management of fish stocks and marine ecosystems

Muu sündmus - PECH

On 3 October 2019, Colm Lordan, Vice-Chair of the ICES Advisory Committee gave a presentation in the PECH Committee on how ICES advises on sustainable management of fish stocks and marine ecosystems. The International Council for the Exploitation of the Seas (ICES) is a global intergovernmental science organisation that provides independent advice on fisheries resources and the marine ecosystem.

Täpsemalt

This presentation describes the structure and working procedures, particularly how ICES builds knowledge, evidence and advice on the management of over 240 fish stocks, bycatches, deep sea impact, vulnerable marine habitats, marine protected areas and other marine ecosystem. The concepts, data sources and methods behind fish stock assessments are introduced and the importance of precautionary and management reference points explained. Finally, the presentation discusses how ICES is making the ecosystem based fisheries management operational through new ecosystem and fisheries overviews.

Viimane päevakajastamine:: 04-10-2019

Kuulamised

Kodukorra artikli 193 alusel võib parlamendikomisjon korraldada ekspertide osavõtul kuulamisi, kui see on vajalik komisjoni tööks teatud valdkondades. Kuulamisi võivad ühiselt korraldada ka kaks või enam parlamendikomisjoni. Enamik komisjone korraldab kuulamisi korrapäraselt, kuna need võimaldavad ekspertidega konsulteerida ja pidada arutelusid tähtsatel teemadel. Siin lehel on kogu olemasolev teave kuulamiste kohta, sealhulgas kavad, teadaanded ja sõnavõtud.

Seminarid

Seminare viivad läbi poliitikaosakonnad ja nende korraldamine toimub kooskõlas finantsmääruse sätetega. Need ei ole tingimata avalikud üritused, kuid need võivad toimuda komisjoni koosoleku ajal.

Seminarid annavad parlamendiliikmetele võimaluse esitada ekspertidele küsimusi ja vahetada nendega arvamusi teemadel, mis on seotud parlamendi tegevusega või pakuvad hetkel huvi.

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