31/01/2020 | 12:26:15 Thank you, Mr President. Dear colleagues, It is customary to say that everything has a price, but in this case, life and death are priceless. I'm a doctor and I'd like to give you a little medical insight into this whole thing. Decisive medical advances have led to spectacular medical breakthroughs over the years in the field of transplantation: surgical advances, but above all progress in the field of immunosuppressive treatments, anti-rejection treatments, especially with the appearance of... 30/01/2020 | 18:03:08 Thank you, Mr President. Dear colleagues, Thank you for your various interventions. I liked your tone, a tone of revolt, a unanimous tone, a strong, determined revolt. You have expressed a call to action,... We have a lot of reports, a lot of conventions, but we have to act now. We have priorities: it's helping the victims. We have to protect them. We must fight against criminals and traffickers, we must inform and denounce them relentlessly. Each success in dismantling a network, for example... 30/01/2020 | 16:25:10 Thank you, Mr President. Dear colleagues, Almost two years ago, our friend and colleague Vernon COAKER was appointed rapporteur on this subject, a subject he had proposed in a motion for a resolution. Since then, the Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons has had the opportunity to listen to a number of experts who have testified about what it really means to be a victim of trafficking in human beings in Europe, in our different member states. Mrs #Agnès Callamard, United... 04/10/2019 | 11:57:02 Thank you, Madame President. I have many acknowledgements to make today. The first is thank you very much to one of the members of our Committee, who at the last moment kindly presented the report on behalf of the rapporteur Mr STROE, who had to stay in Romania because of national political developments. I thank him in two respects, for the Committee and for myself, since we are both substitutes –I am vice-chair of the Committee– and as such, we share this important work in the hemicycle... 03/10/2019 | 18:58:28 Thank you, Madam President. Dear colleagues, First of all, I would like to congratulate the rapporteur for her very interesting work on a topic that is extremely relevant. So, according to the IPCC report on climate change, if we do not speed up momentum in this area, there will be irreversible impacts on ecosystems and life on Earth. An increase in temperature up to two degrees would have devastating consequences: rise in sea levels, drought, desertification, loss of natural habitat and...
02/04/2019 | Doc. 14854 | Committee Opinion Anonymous donation of sperm and oocytes: balancing the rights of parents, donors and children 14/02/2019 | Doc. 14830 | Report Development co-operation: a tool for preventing migration crises 23/05/2018 | Doc. 14561 | Committee Opinion Detainees with disabilities in Europe
05/02/2020 | Doc. 15078 | Motion for a resolution Food ethics in Europe: a citizen's issue that concerns all of us 04/02/2020 | Doc. 15074 | Motion for a resolution Impact of armed conflicts on transboundary environmental damage 31/01/2020 | Doc. 15060 | Written declaration Protecting the right to political representation in Catalonia 04/10/2019 | Doc. 14992 | Motion for a resolution The Parliamentary Assembly must contribute to restoring peace in Ukraine 04/07/2019 | Doc. 14947 | Motion for a resolution Inaction on climate change – a violation of children's rights
31/01/2020 | Doc. 15028, vote on the draft text for resolution Democracy hacked? How to respond? 30/01/2020 | Doc. 15020, vote on the draft text for resolution Reported cases of political prisoners in Azerbaijan 30/01/2020 | Doc. 15020, vote on the draft text for recommendation Reported cases of political prisoners in Azerbaijan 30/01/2020 | Doc. 15023, vote on the draft text for resolution Concerted action against human trafficking and the smuggling of migrants 30/01/2020 | Doc. 15023, vote on the draft text for recommendation Concerted action against human trafficking and the smuggling of migrants