EUROPEAN WOMENS LOY PRESS BRIEFING WOMEN IN THE EU FACTS, FIGURES & QUOTES Women in decisionmaking At the moment, less than 35% of Members of the EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT are women, up from 30% in 2004 and only 16% in 1979, but slightly less than after the elections of 2009.1 European Parliament has been chaired by a woman only twice.
Political Briefing The briefings section contains periodic summaries of the main political and institutional events related to social Europe.
6.1 Access to the European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) 25 What is the ECAA? 25 What does the industry want? 26 Will a deal be done? 27 6.2 Air service agreements with third countries 29 Open Skies Agreement with the United States 30 6.3 Safety and EASA 31 6.4 Airspace change and Single European Sky 33 6.5 Air fares 35
Oct 10, 2017 · European Parliament: Substances of Concern in the Circular Economy Are Difficult to Address By Latham & Watkins LLP on October 10, 2017 Posted in Environment. By Paul Davies and Michael Green. A new European Parliament briefing highlights the benefits of, and difficulties associated with, transitioning the chemicals industry to a circular economy.
This briefing looks in detail at the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the EU and UK and finalised on 14 November 2018. It was endorsed by EU Member State leaders at a special European Council summit on 25 November and the UK Prime Minister promoted it in the UK Parliament and around the country.
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ELECTION Introduction BRIEFING: NO. 4 This series of briefings examines the rhetoric of populist politicians in the European Parliament. We analyse exchanges between populists and their fellow MEPs and give recommendations for how to respond effectively to their rhetoric. The briefings are for politicians and
Monthly briefing on Brexit seats and 15 seats respectively since the 2014 European Parliament elections. After Brexit, 73 European Parliament seats will be vaed by the UK, with 27 re Industry watch 4. Introduction The EY attractiveness survey is a global survey of 506
Parliament briefing. European Voice. 12/14/11, 9:09 PM CET. Updated 4/12/14, Phosphates in laundry and dishwasher detergents will be phased out under legislation approved by the European Parliament on Wednesday. Under the final deal with member states, phosphates will be banned from consumer detergents from July 2013 and from consumer
data management and access.7 The Parliament supported these measures in 1994. In 1995, an ESA Council resolution welcomed the cooperation taking place between the ESA, Eumetsat and the Commission on establishing a European policy for EO, and invited all European actors to further define their respective roles and responsibilities in the sector.
Daily Briefing Leading maritime commerce since 1734 Wednesday November 20, 2019. much a European Parliament campaign, the Commission is now perhaps just as eager as the Parliament itself. Page 3 industry, getting its message to the top will be even more taxing.
The European Parliament Election, 1999 was the United Kingdom''s part of the European Parliament election 1999.It was held on 10 June 1999. Following the European Parliamentary Elections Act 1999, it was the first European election to be held in the United Kingdom where the whole country used a system of proportional representation.In total, 87 Members of the European Parliament were elected
Library Briefing Library of the European Parliament 26/05/2011 Fire safety in the home The role of flame retardants In this briefing: Highly flammable products such as upholstered furniture or televisions are among the biggest fire hazards in the home. Flame retardants can reduce the risks of ignition and slow the spread of fire.
4 Introduction On October 8th, the European Parliament adopted the revised Directive on Payment Services, also known as PSD2(1).The new directive, which is the long awaited successor of the first Payment Services Directive from 2007, aims to harmonize the European retail payments market, which is
Jun 04, 2019 · The strengthened Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe group (ALDE) secured 15% of the seats in Parliament, emerging as a new kingmaker in European politics. This could be a positive outcome for private equity as ALDE has historically been engaged and receptive to our industry''s messages.
the European Parliament in European Union decision making see SPICe Briefing SB11/45 The European Union – The Institutions. The Treaty of Lisbon stipulates that the European Parliament shall not exceed 750 members in number, plus the President so 751 in total. Of this total membership, the United Kingdom elects 73 members of which 6 come from
briefings. This tag is associated with 879 posts The European Parliament did not always enjoy the powers and democratic legitimacy it does now. This is clear from a quick glance at how Parliament has evolved. They are seen as a promising innovative field for the agrifood industry, offering great technical potential.
Oct 12, 2015 · The European Parliament Think Tank published on September 22, 2015 a briefing paper on "Industry 4.0: Digitalisation for productivity and growth" (PDF).. The EU presents its support to industrial change through: industrial policy (see: ''Digitising European Industries'' by G. Oettinger) research funding (see: ''Factories of the Future'' Horizon 2020 Calls 2016 – 2017).
9 comments to Reduce harm or protect the cigarette industry? Briefing to MEPs for European Parliament public hearing Some truth about ecigarette regulation and the ''appalling'' Fgrade presentation of the WHO – Etter « The counterfactual
This document provides links to all Briefings produced by the Policy Departments of the DirectorateGeneral for Internal Policies and of the DirectorateGeneral for External Policies of the European Parliament, with salient points and essential commitments made by the VicePresidents and Commissionersdesignates at their respective hearings before the European Parliament.
May 28, 2019 · (Want to get this briefing by email? both parties in Chancellor Angela Merkel''s governing coalition suffered losses in the European Parliament But industry supply chains prefer
The evolution of the European Parliament [s powers The European Parliament (EP) is the EU''s only directly elected institution. However, turnout across the EU has fallen in every election, from 62% in 1979, when the first direct elections were held, to just 43% in 2009. Under successive EU treaties, the EP''s powers to amend and pass EU
May 01, 2018 · A preliminary agreement reached between the European Parliament and EU Member States will require audit firms to rotate every 10 years, with extensions for up to 14 additional years if there is a joint audit, which is required in some EU nations and not uncommon in others, or 10 more years if the work is put out for bid. The original proposal sought mandatory rotation every six years.
There are five institutions which work together to run the EU the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, the European Council, and the Court of Justice. Briefing on EU institutions European Parliament Committees Of interest to the data centre industry: Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE)
improving the competitiveness of the European security industry and to deliver 4 Ben Hayes Arming Big Brother, TNI Briefing Series: 2006/1, p. 6 2006/1, p. 4 12Cf. European Parliament (2006b) Parliamentary questions. Answer given by Mr Verheugen on behalf of the Commission 13 cf. Annex 4
Consumer Protection of the European Parliament requested a briefing paper on Hotel Fire Safety from the European Added Value Unit. This paper is intended to review the recent developments in hotel fire safety (from the Council European Union. The industry employs some 2 million people, of whom 1.5
Oct 04, 2018 · What goes on in Poland on the 4th of October. The European Parliament for the new CO2 emission limit for transport The European Parliament voted to reduce CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 40 percent by 2030. This will also be the position of Parliament in a conversation with the 28 states of 
Nov 21, 2017 · Currently EU cybersecurity policies are mainly targeting network security and large infrastructures of public interest, with little emphasis on the needs of a digitised industry. Still, recent policy developments do provide framework of possibly covering these needs. View the briefing. Source: European Parliament
This briefing outlines some of the potential immediate impacts of a nodeal Brexit along with contingency planning for disruptions that may occur in the immediate days and weeks after EU exit. Preparing for a nodeal Brexit Scottish Parliament
On 7 January 2019, the European Parliament published a briefing on the Environmental impact of the textile and clothing industry. The briefing outlines the functioning of the textile and clothing industry in the EU, highlighting environmental issues stemming from the EU consumption of textiles and clothing and presenting possible ways forward.
The European Parliament, whose Legal Affairs Committee(J URI) has set up a working the industry''s economic model. European Council starting position 2001/29/EC and of its related instruments, as well as three European Added Value briefing papers suggesting possible options for reform. EPRS also published a briefing EU
Many observers believe that Europe is at the beginning of a new industrial revolution, considered to be the fourth such leap forward and hence labelled Industry 4.0. The ubiquitous use of sensors, the expansion of wireless communiion and networks, the deployment of increasingly intelligent robots and machines – as well as increased computing power at lower cost and the development of ''big
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