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In-Depth Analysis - When and how to deactivate the SGP general escape clause? - 25-11-2020

This paper provides a framework for considering when and how to deactivate the general escape clause of the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP). That framework takes into account the goals of the SGP, the desire to avoid pro-cyclical policy influences that might
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In-Depth Analysis - When and how to deactivate the SGP general escape clause? - 25-11-2020

This paper provides a framework for considering when and how to deactivate the general escape clause of the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP). That framework takes into account the goals of the SGP, the desire to avoid pro-cyclical policy influences that might stifle Europe’s economic recovery, and the necessity not to endanger fiscal sustainability in the medium term. The framework also considers the variation in performance across countries and the indicators that might be used to map transitional arrangements. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Briefing - Implementation of the Stability and Growth Pact under pandemic times - 25-11-2020

This document provides an overview of key developments under the preventive and corrective arms of the Stability and Growth Pact on the basis of the latest Council decisions and recommendations in the framework of the Stability and Growth Pact and the latest
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Briefing - Implementation of the Stability and Growth Pact under pandemic times - 25-11-2020

This document provides an overview of key developments under the preventive and corrective arms of the Stability and Growth Pact on the basis of the latest Council decisions and recommendations in the framework of the Stability and Growth Pact and the latest European Commission economic forecast. This document is regularly updated. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Briefing - Webinar proceedings: An EU legal framework to halt and reverse deforestation - 27-11-2020

On Thursday, 10 September 2020, the Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies organised at the request of the ENVI committee a remote webinar on «An EU legal framework to halt and reverse deforestation». This briefin
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Briefing - Webinar proceedings: An EU legal framework to halt and reverse deforestation - 27-11-2020

On Thursday, 10 September 2020, the Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies organised at the request of the ENVI committee a remote webinar on «An EU legal framework to halt and reverse deforestation». This briefing summarises the presentations delivered by the invited experts. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

At a Glance - Study in Focus - After parental leave: Incentives for parents with young children to return to the labour market - 26-11-2020

This document, provided by Policy Department A for the Employment and Social Affairs Committee, presents key findings of the study examine the employment situation of parents with young children in the EU and specifically, the factors that affect parents’ r
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At a Glance - Study in Focus - After parental leave: Incentives for parents with young children to return to the labour market - 26-11-2020

This document, provided by Policy Department A for the Employment and Social Affairs Committee, presents key findings of the study examine the employment situation of parents with young children in the EU and specifically, the factors that affect parents’ return to the labour market. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

At a Glance - Research for CULT Committee - Shaping digital education policy - 27-11-2020

This research project assesses the Digital Education Action Plan published in 2018 in terms of organisational and content-related challenges. It outlines concrete recommendations on how an updated Digital Education Action Plan could mitigate the weaknesses o
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At a Glance - Research for CULT Committee - Shaping digital education policy - 27-11-2020

This research project assesses the Digital Education Action Plan published in 2018 in terms of organisational and content-related challenges. It outlines concrete recommendations on how an updated Digital Education Action Plan could mitigate the weaknesses of the current plan, through a more holistic vision of the digital transformation in education, a focus on quality infrastructure for digital education for all, the further empowerment of educators and the further development of ‘whole-school’ approaches to digital education. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Le nouveau complexe sportif Jacques VII de Punaauia permettra la pratique d'une vingtaine de disciplines

Le complexe comprend une salle couverte de 1056 mètres carrés, un stade de 1025 mètres carrés ainsi notamment qu'un bâtiment annexe pouvant servir de salle de boxe et qu'un dojo de 506 mètres carrés. 
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Le nouveau complexe sportif Jacques VII de Punaauia permettra la pratique d'une vingtaine de disciplines

Le complexe comprend une salle couverte de 1056 mètres carrés, un stade de 1025 mètres carrés ainsi notamment qu'un bâtiment annexe pouvant servir de salle de boxe et qu'un dojo de 506 mètres carrés. 

COVID-19 - 100 nouveaux cas, deux décès supplémentaires

Le bilan de ce jeudi 26 novembre indique 100 nouveaux cas de plus qu'il y a 24h et deux décès supplémentaires. Le nombre d'hospitalisations est de 78 avec toujours 22 personnes en réanimation. Il y a 13 883 cas cumulés depuis le 13 mars 2020.
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COVID-19 - 100 nouveaux cas, deux décès supplémentaires

Le bilan de ce jeudi 26 novembre indique 100 nouveaux cas de plus qu'il y a 24h et deux décès supplémentaires. Le nombre d'hospitalisations est de 78 avec toujours 22 personnes en réanimation. Il y a 13 883 cas cumulés depuis le 13 mars 2020.

Briefing - Towards a common EU approach to lifting coronavirus-related restrictions on freedom of movement - 26-11-2020

In an effort to tackle the second wave of the coronavirus outbreak, EU Member States started reinstating restrictions on the freedom of movement in October 2020. To prevent a new series of severe and uncoordinated restrictions at countries' internal borders s
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Briefing - Towards a common EU approach to lifting coronavirus-related restrictions on freedom of movement - 26-11-2020

In an effort to tackle the second wave of the coronavirus outbreak, EU Member States started reinstating restrictions on the freedom of movement in October 2020. To prevent a new series of severe and uncoordinated restrictions at countries' internal borders similar to those of March this year, there have been renewed efforts at the EU level to establish a coordinated approach towards coronavirus-related restrictions on movement. While the focus is now on the ongoing health crisis, concerns about the functioning of the Schengen area of free movement predate the pandemic. As recent terrorist attacks in Europe remind us, scant progress and unfinished reforms in the area of migration, external borders and security both weaken and threaten to undo the important achievements of Schengen cooperation. This briefing discusses the key steps taken by the EU to develop a common response to the above challenges and thus to safeguard the Schengen area. It provides an overview of the main restrictions on movement imposed by EU and Schengen countries as of 25 November 2020. Since contact-tracing apps have been promoted as a key tool in combating the pandemic and restoring freedom of movement, this briefing also provides an overview of the existing coronavirus applications in the EU Member States and their interoperability across borders. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Briefing - Europe's Beating Cancer plan - Pre-legislative synthesis of national, regional and local positions on the European Commission proposal - 26-11-2020

This briefing forms part of an EPRS series offering syntheses of the pre-legislative state of play and consultation on key European Commission priorities during the current five-year term. It summarises the state of affairs in the relevant policy field, exami
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Briefing - Europe's Beating Cancer plan - Pre-legislative synthesis of national, regional and local positions on the European Commission proposal - 26-11-2020

This briefing forms part of an EPRS series offering syntheses of the pre-legislative state of play and consultation on key European Commission priorities during the current five-year term. It summarises the state of affairs in the relevant policy field, examines how the existing policy is working on the ground, and, where possible, identifies best practice and ideas for the future on the part of governmental organisations at all levels of European system of multilevel governance. EPRS analysis of the positions of partner organisations at European, national, regional and local levels suggests that they would like the following main considerations to be reflected in discussion of the forthcoming Europe's Beating Cancer plan: * Submissions from all four levels of governance highlight the EU's key role in prevention, including as regards cancer-causing environmental factors and tobacco consumption. Input obtained refers to the active role Europe's local and regional actors can play in putting prevention into practice. * European and national levels point to predictive diagnostic tools and novel approaches in cancer medicine. Regional actors advocate for closer cooperation between primary care and hospital care in early diagnosis. Both the regional and local levels would like the EU to help improve screening. * Equitable access to cancer care is featured across all levels. National input raises the issue of availability and affordability of medicines. The local level underscores the merits of ambulatory care, and sees a role for the EU in the creation of local coordination platforms for doctors and patients. * The European level addresses cancer after-care in the local community and cancer survivorship and rehabilitation. Both the regional and local levels recommend fostering personalised care and follow-up for cancer patients. * European and national input stresses the importance of EU-wide cancer research cooperation, information sharing and better deployment of (big) data. Attention is drawn to improving information, communication, education and awareness-raising for both the wider public and healthcare professionals, with regional input encouraging the development of new technologies to ease doctor-patient communication. * All levels would like Europe's Beating Cancer plan to address health inequalities in cancer. EU-level action is considered key to help reduce socioeconomic and geographical disparities, and tackle differences in cancer prevalence and survival rates. A 'health in all policies' approach is supported. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Briefing - European gender equality strategy and binding pay transparency measures - Pre-legislative synthesis of national, regional and local positions on the European Commission's initiatives - 26-11-2020

This briefing forms part of an EPRS series offering syntheses of the pre-legislative state of play and consultation on key European Commission priorities during the current five-year term. It summarises the state of affairs in the relevant policy field, exami
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Briefing - European gender equality strategy and binding pay transparency measures - Pre-legislative synthesis of national, regional and local positions on the European Commission's initiatives - 26-11-2020

This briefing forms part of an EPRS series offering syntheses of the pre-legislative state of play and consultation on key European Commission priorities during the current five-year term. It summarises the state of affairs in the relevant policy field, examines how existing policy is working on the ground, and, where possible, identifies best practice and ideas for the future on the part of governmental organisations at all levels of European system of multi-level governance. EPRS analysis of the positions of partner organisations at European, national, regional and local levels suggests that they would like the following main considerations to be reflected in discussion of gender equality and the forthcoming Commission proposal on binding pay transparency measures: * Input obtained from all levels of governance indicates that both gender equality and pay transparency measures require an effective combination of long- and short-term measures and legislative and non-legislative initiatives. There is a need expressed by the EU level for EU legislation covering certain aspects of violence against women. If the EU's accession to the Istanbul Convention remains blocked, an EU initiative could aim to achieve convention's main objectives. According to the European Parliament, an EU legislative initiative should also address cross-border aspects, including human trafficking and cyber-violence. Local, regional and national governmental organisations show good practice in non-legislative measures, such as helplines, counselling services and shelters for women. * When it comes to gender equality at work, a long-term perspective focused on changing harmful gender stereotypes could usefully be combined with short-term measures to ensure a good work-life balance, according to obtained input. Governmental organisations at local and regional levels show good practice in both of these areas. When it comes to binding pay transparency measures, there is broad support for an EU initiative from national governmental organisations. * All levels of government are in agreement on the importance of gender mainstreaming, for example in the budgetary processes, in order to take account of the different needs of men and women. The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) has produced a useful toolkit for applying gender perspective to EU funds. * There are also calls from various parts of the EU system of multi-level governance to improve the availability of gender-disaggregated data in the EU. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Study - The principles of equality and non-discrimination, a comparative law perspective - Canada - 26-11-2020

This document is part of a series of studies, which, in a comparative law perspective, seek to present the principles of equality and non-discrimination in different States. This study examines sources of equality law and judicial interpretation of the princi
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Study - The principles of equality and non-discrimination, a comparative law perspective - Canada - 26-11-2020

This document is part of a series of studies, which, in a comparative law perspective, seek to present the principles of equality and non-discrimination in different States. This study examines sources of equality law and judicial interpretation of the principles of equality and non-discrimination in Canada. Contemporary equality law was a response to histories of both public and private discrimination in Canada. Statutory protections for equality and non-discrimination emerged in the post World War II era and were expanded and consolidated in the 1960s and 1970s. Constitutional reforms in the 1980s enshrined equality in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Since then, equality jurisprudence has expanded the interpretation of discrimination to include direct, indirect and systemic discrimination. Courts have rejected formal equality to embrace expansive notions of substantive equality in interpreting constitutional protections. Even with such strides over the last decades towards robust equality and non-discrimination principles and protections, just and effective implementation of their promise remains a pressing challenge for Canada. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Briefing - Legal Analysis of International Trade Law and Digital Trade - 11-11-2020

This brief provides a legal analysis of existing rules in digital trade regarding the various components of artificial intelligence (‘AI’), in particular (personal and nonpersonal) data, computer code in the form of algorithms, and computing power (includ
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Briefing - Legal Analysis of International Trade Law and Digital Trade - 11-11-2020

This brief provides a legal analysis of existing rules in digital trade regarding the various components of artificial intelligence (‘AI’), in particular (personal and nonpersonal) data, computer code in the form of algorithms, and computing power (including cloud computing). To do so, the first part of this analysis will map various international trade rules that affect cross-border flows of data, computer code and computing power to determine their respective advantages and disadvantages. This will form the basis for the second part of the analysis, which will address the desirability and necessity of global rulemaking in this area. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Briefing - Socio-economic effects of digital trade and artificial intelligence on EU industries including their value chains and EU imports and exports with major trade partners - 11-11-2020

Artificial intelligence and new digital technologies are transforming digital trade. They facilitate the development of new business models of trade and reduce the geographical barriers of economic transactions. Such transformations are quite useful for the s
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Briefing - Socio-economic effects of digital trade and artificial intelligence on EU industries including their value chains and EU imports and exports with major trade partners - 11-11-2020

Artificial intelligence and new digital technologies are transforming digital trade. They facilitate the development of new business models of trade and reduce the geographical barriers of economic transactions. Such transformations are quite useful for the small and medium enterprises. Artificial intelligence is being adopted by both digital and non-digital sectors, but its adoption varies a great deal across countries, including within the EU. Data and information flow play a crucial role in digital trade by allowing personalization. Digital trade is not new, but it is taking new forms that are ushering a new phase of globalisation. So far digital trade mainly affected trade in goods, including through global value chains, though some service activities have already become more tradeable thanks to digital technologies. The new phase of globalisation driven by artificial intelligence and new digital technologies is likely to do for services what the previous phase did for manufacturing: to vastly increase trade between advanced and emerging economies. This prospect raises important issues for domestic policies and trade policy. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

In-Depth Analysis - Data flows, artificial intelligence and international trade: impacts and prospects for the value chains of the future - 11-11-2020

Socio-economic effects of digital trade and artificial intelligence on EU industries Artificial intelligence and new digital technologies are transforming digital trade. They facilitate the development of new business models of trade and reduce the geographi
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In-Depth Analysis - Data flows, artificial intelligence and international trade: impacts and prospects for the value chains of the future - 11-11-2020

Socio-economic effects of digital trade and artificial intelligence on EU industries Artificial intelligence and new digital technologies are transforming digital trade. They facilitate the development of new business models of trade and reduce the geographical barriers of economic transactions. Such transformations are quite useful for the small and medium enterprises. Artificial intelligence is being adopted by both digital and non-digital sectors, but its adoption varies a great deal across countries, including within the EU. Data and information flow play a crucial role in digital trade by allowing personalization. Digital trade is not new, but it is taking new forms that are ushering a new phase of globalisation. So far digital trade mainly affected trade in goods, including through global value chains, though some service activities have already become more tradeable thanks to digital technologies. The new phase of globalisation driven by artificial intelligence and new digital technologies is likely to do for services what the previous phase did for manufacturing: to vastly increase trade between advanced and emerging economies. This prospect raises important issues for domestic policies and trade policy. Legal Analysis of International Trade Law and Digital Trade This brief provides a legal analysis of existing rules in digital trade regarding the various components of artificial intelligence (‘AI’), in particular (personal and non-personal) data, computer code in the form of algorithms, and computing power (including cloud computing). To do so, the first part of this analysis will map various international trade rules that affect cross-border flows of data, computer code and computing power to determine their respective advantages and disadvantages. This will form the basis for the second part of the analysis, which will address the desirability and necessity of global rulemaking in this area. Geopolitical Aspects of Digital Trade This in-depth analysis discusses issues in trade in digitally deliverable services and the geopolitics of digital trade policy. Digitally deliverable services are becoming increasingly important for global value chains, both in terms of final products exported to other countries, and in terms of inputs embedded in manufactured goods. To harness the potential of digital trade in services, both the regulation of the digital means by which a service is traded and the regulation of the services themselves have to be accommodative. Digital trade policy is still in its infancy, and many challenges in terms of policy and measurement remain. Looking at regulation of data flows, the EU’s focus on privacy policy is incompatible with the laissez-faire approach pursued by the US administration and the political control of the internet by the Chinese government, limiting the potential for trade in digitally deliverable services and plurilateral agreements on digital trade. However, a number of other major economies are following similar approaches to the EU, which creates the potential for cooperation and intensifying trade in digital services. The EU should also increase its competitiveness in this strategically important services sector by completing the single market with respect to services and capital, and by strengthening research and development in digital technologies. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Au conseil des ministres du 25 novembre 2020

A l'ordre du jour : maintien du prix des hydrocarbures en décembre, amendes plus chères en cas de non déclaration de logements meublés de courte durée type Airbn'b, aides sociales liées à la crise sanitaire et multiples subventions pour les établissem
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Au conseil des ministres du 25 novembre 2020

A l'ordre du jour : maintien du prix des hydrocarbures en décembre, amendes plus chères en cas de non déclaration de logements meublés de courte durée type Airbn'b, aides sociales liées à la crise sanitaire et multiples subventions pour les établissements scolaires et les associations sportives.

Procès Radio Tefana en appel : le délai demandé par la défense rejeté

Le procès en appel de Radio Tefana s’est ouvert ce 25 novembre. Les avocats de la défense ont pointé des questions de forme juridique, toutes rejetées. 
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Procès Radio Tefana en appel : le délai demandé par la défense rejeté

Le procès en appel de Radio Tefana s’est ouvert ce 25 novembre. Les avocats de la défense ont pointé des questions de forme juridique, toutes rejetées. 

Meublés de courte durée : le gouvernement durcit le ton

Le gouvernement entend mieux règlementer les locations de meublés de courte durée de type airbn'b. Il s'agit de lutter contre les abus, d’assurer la sécurité et la qualité de l’accueil des touristes et la tranquillité du voisinage tout en sanction
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Meublés de courte durée : le gouvernement durcit le ton

Le gouvernement entend mieux règlementer les locations de meublés de courte durée de type airbn'b. Il s'agit de lutter contre les abus, d’assurer la sécurité et la qualité de l’accueil des touristes et la tranquillité du voisinage tout en sanctionnant davantage l'absence de déclaration.

Édition spéciale : la conférence de presse de Jean Castex en direct

Mercredi 25 novembre, le Premier ministre Jean Castex tiendra une conférence de presse à partir de 23h40, pour détailler les règles d'assouplissement du confinement annoncées par le président de la République.
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Édition spéciale : la conférence de presse de Jean Castex en direct

Mercredi 25 novembre, le Premier ministre Jean Castex tiendra une conférence de presse à partir de 23h40, pour détailler les règles d'assouplissement du confinement annoncées par le président de la République.

Briefing - Rail passengers' rights and obligations in the EU - 25-11-2020

In 2007, the EU established a set of basic rights for rail passengers, which became applicable at the end of 2009. These rights provide for all passengers, including those with reduced mobility, a harmonised minimum level of protection, information and assist
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Briefing - Rail passengers' rights and obligations in the EU - 25-11-2020

In 2007, the EU established a set of basic rights for rail passengers, which became applicable at the end of 2009. These rights provide for all passengers, including those with reduced mobility, a harmonised minimum level of protection, information and assistance. Recent reports have concluded that the implementation of these rights, although relatively smooth, is not done uniformly across the EU. Moreover, other shortcomings have prevented these rights from being used to their full potential. In September 2017, the European Commission presented a new proposal to address these shortcomings and to strike a new balance between keeping rail operators competitive and providing adequate passenger protection. The European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism adopted its report on the proposal on 9 October 2018 and, subsequently, the Parliament adopted its first-reading position on 15 November 2018. For its part, the Council adopted its general approach on 2 December 2019, under the Finnish Presidency. Interinstitutional negotiations began at the end of January 2020, and on 1 October 2020, under the Germany Presidency, Council and Parliament reached a provisional agreement. The agreed text must still be formally adopted by Council before it returns to Parliament for adoption at second reading. Fifth edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

At a Glance - The Proposed Minimum Wage Directive - 24-11-2020

Following a two-stage consultation of social partners launched in February 2020, on 28 October, the European Commission published its proposal for a directive on adequate minimum wages in the European Union. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP
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At a Glance - The Proposed Minimum Wage Directive - 24-11-2020

Following a two-stage consultation of social partners launched in February 2020, on 28 October, the European Commission published its proposal for a directive on adequate minimum wages in the European Union. Source : © European Union, 2020 - EP

Nucléaire, le tribunal administratif condamne l’état à indemniser la famille d’un ancien travailleur décédé

La loi ne prévoit pas d’indemnisation automatique des ayant-droits des victimes du nucléaire. Le tribunal administratif de Papeete vient pourtant de reconnaître implicitement ce droit en condamnant l’Etat à indemniser la famille d’un ancien travaill
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Nucléaire, le tribunal administratif condamne l’état à indemniser la famille d’un ancien travailleur décédé

La loi ne prévoit pas d’indemnisation automatique des ayant-droits des victimes du nucléaire. Le tribunal administratif de Papeete vient pourtant de reconnaître implicitement ce droit en condamnant l’Etat à indemniser la famille d’un ancien travailleur.  

Voyage vers les usa : un nouveau formulaire à remplir pour la covid

Dès ce mercredi 25 novembre les autorités californiennes imposent à tous les voyageurs arrivant à Los Angeles de remplir un formulaire en ligne. Ce document stipule que les voyageurs sont bien au courant des mesures prises contre la covid et que la quator
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Voyage vers les usa : un nouveau formulaire à remplir pour la covid

Dès ce mercredi 25 novembre les autorités californiennes imposent à tous les voyageurs arrivant à Los Angeles de remplir un formulaire en ligne. Ce document stipule que les voyageurs sont bien au courant des mesures prises contre la covid et que la quatorzaine est fortement recommandée.  

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