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Greens/EFA Round up

Debriefing of the Strasbourg plenary week 6-9 July 2015

Greens/EFA priorities for the Brussels plenary included corporate tax transparency and reporting, TTIP, circular economy, emissions trading system – market stability reserve, energy transition and green job creation, debate with Greek Prime Minister Tsipras, Greens/EFA group nomination for the Sakharov Prize, copyright reform, Srebrenica Commemoration.


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Copyright

European Parliament defends freedom of panorama and calls for copyright reform

The European Parliament today adopted by a large majority a report reviewing the EU’s current copyright framework. The report is authored by Pirate Party MEP and vice-president of the Greens/EFA group Julia Reda. One of the draft report's proposals, introduced at the committee vote stage and oppos...


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Recorded press conference

08.07.2015

Copyright

Recorded press conference of 8 July 2015 with Julia Reda (Greens/EFA, European Pirate Party), author of the Report on Copyright reform.


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Teaching environment

Helga Trüpel


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Teaching environment

02.07.2015

raising children's awareness

Initiatives on education in the field of environment have been often undertaken on the basis of some private initiatives which succeeded in building up partnerships with institutions encouraging new models of governance at school; some took a lead on the coordination of artistic movements and interventions at school, like MUS-E and its European projects like ...


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Recorded press conference

24.06.2015

Data protection

Recorded press conference of 24 June 2015 with Jan Albrecht (Greens/EFA), author of the Report on Data protection.


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Recorded press conference

16.06.2015

Copyright

Recorded press conference with Julia Reda (Greens/EFA, European Pirate Party), author of the Report on Copyright reform, following the vote in the Legal affairs committee.


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Trade secrets

Harmonisation could undermine fundamental rights

The European Parliament's Legal Affairs committee today voted on draft legislative proposals on the protection of trade secrets. While the Parliament's proposals are a slight improvement on the original Commission proposals, Greens/EFA demands on improving transparency requirements were rejected. Gr...


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Copyright reform

Legal Affairs committee demands ambitious reform

The European Parliament’s Legal Affairs committee today voted by a broad majority on a report reviewing the EU’s current copyright framework. The report is authored by Pirate Party MEP and vice-president of the Greens/EFA group Julia Reda. The vote follows intense debate, multiple delays and the...


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EU data protection rules

Ministers' agreement paves way for negotiations with EP

EU justice and home affairs ministers today adopted a common position on the draft EU legislation on data protection at their Council meeting. Following the decision, it was decided that legislative negotiations with the European Parliament will begin on 24 June (1). Commenting on the situation, Gre...


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FIFA corruption case

EU Parliament calls for rethink on Qatar and Russia World Cups

The European Parliament today adopted a resolution on the ongoing corruption scandal at the international football authority FIFA. Commenting after the vote, Green MEP Helga Truepel said: "For years, FIFA has acted as a law unto itself and operated beyond the bounds of legal orthodoxy...


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