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08-04-2021 04:22 PM CEST

With millions of Europeans at home, people are finding new and inspiring ways to support each other.
The Committee on Budgets will discuss the proposed mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund to provide support to Greece and France for natural disasters, and to 17 Member States and 3 accession countries for the COVID-19 public health emergency, on 12 April. The Committee will then go over the Commission's Communication on the entry into operation of the Common Provisioning Fund, which will constitute a central pillar of the Union budgetary architecture for the next seven years, on 13 April.

The EU Solidarity Fund was set up to provide support in the event of natural disasters and, in 2020, following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, its scope was broadened to include public health emergencies under the Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative. Once adopted, the proposed mobilisation would unlock nearly 87 million EUR for the natural disasters in Greece and France, and over 397 million EUR for COVID-19 support.

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08-04-2021 04:22 PM CEST

AFET Meeting - European Union and Tunisia
Two months after the launch of the new Agenda for the Mediterranean, the Committee on Foreign Affairs Committee will go over the strategic partnership between the EU and Tunisia and the country's strong commitment to reforms, close dialogue and cooperation, with Othman Jerandi, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad, on 13 April. The Committee will also hold a hearing about the Arctic as a new arena of geostrategic importance and great powers' rivalry.

The hearing will focus on the main geopolitical challenges and opportunities that a rapidly changing Arctic is creating in the fields of security, trade and development, and the exploitation of natural resources, and their possible repercussions on Arctic governance.

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08-04-2021 04:21 PM CEST

Man casting his vote while holding his child
The Committee on Constitutional Affairs will hold a public hearing with experts in the field of European electoral law, on 13 April. The hearing will feed into the Committee's legislative initiative report, which aims to propose modifications to the 1976 Act regarding the election of the Members of the European Parliament by direct universal suffrage. The objective of proposed modifications will be to enhance the European dimension of the European elections.

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08-04-2021 04:21 PM CEST

Hearing of Dubravka Šuica (Croatia)
The Legal Affairs Committee will hold a debate with the European Patent Office on 12 April. It will also discuss the statute for European cross-border associations and non-profit organisations. The Commission's Communication on the rights of the child will be looked into with Vice-President of the European Commission for Democracy and Demography, Dubravka Šuica, on 13 April. The report on the challenges of sport events' organisers in the digital environment will be voted on the same day.

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08-04-2021 04:20 PM CEST

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The Fact Sheets on the EU provide an overview of European integration and of Parliament's contribution to that process. They present a brief overview of the EU's institutions and policies, and of Parliament's role in their development. Available in 24 languages, they cover five main areas: how the EU works; economy, science and quality of life; cohesion, growth and jobs; fundamental rights, security and justice; and the EU's external relations. The online version is updated regularly.

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