24/06/2021 | 16:45:18 Thank you, Mister Vice-President. This report is particularly important — essential, I would say — and its observation is clear and without appeal. We are certainly a little too inclined to believe that this has happened, that living well together has become the rule overall. Our society would testify on a daily basis to the values to which it claims — respect, tolerance, fraternity — and yet, sometimes, the awakening can be very brutal. This important and essential report, I repeat, is a... 24/06/2021 | 11:16:30 Thank you, Mister President. Ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues, The Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons took the initiative for this current affairs debate after its ad hoc sub-committee returned from a fact-finding visit to Greece last May, on the situation of refugees and migrants on the island of Lesbos following the destruction by fire of the Mória camp. Following this visit, the Committee felt it necessary to convey two strong messages. The first is the need to... 24/06/2021 | 10:52:53 Thank you, Mr Vice-President. Ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues, On behalf of the Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons, let me congratulate Mr Paulo PISCO on this substantial report, which is the result of many years of continuous work in our Committee on the subject of diaspora. As migration to and from European countries is constantly increasing, Europe needs to promote a standard diaspora policy in order to value and dignify the presence of diasporas in countries of... 23/06/2021 | 18:32:22 Thank you, Madam President. I have just heard our Russian colleague, Mr Yury OLEINIKOV, explain to us that there is no problem: move along, there is nothing to see. That the Russian Federation was a country that respected human rights. I got to know this issue in a modest way about three years ago with my Swiss colleague, Mr Manuel TORNARE, who was in charge of this issue before Ms Thorhildur Sunna ÆVARSDÓTTIR, and he explained the situation to me a little. I'm fairly sure I can believe what... 22/06/2021 | 17:22:15 Vice-President, Ladies and Gentlemen, dear colleagues, History has taught us that pandemics, in addition to causing mass deaths and fear, have always brought chaos, social unrest, often political upheaval, even revolution, and always socio-economic instability. So how can we therefore be surprised, then, by the significant impact of Covid-19 on our lives in terms of the way in which we have been living for the past year? Without a vaccine, we would have had several years of successive waves...
23/08/2021 | Doc. 15348 | Report Climate and migration 21/09/2020 | Doc. 15142 | Report Humanitarian consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic for migrants and refugees 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
21/09/2021 | Doc. 15374 | Motion for a resolution Supporting a European perspective for the Western Balkans 22/07/2021 | Doc. 15344 | Written declaration Hungary’s adoption of legislation akin to the Russian law against "LGBT propaganda" must be condemned 29/06/2021 | Doc. 15338 | Written declaration For a firm condemnation of the repression in Egypt 28/06/2021 | Doc. 15337 | Motion for a resolution The challenge of far-right ideology to democracy and human rights in Europe 25/06/2021 | Doc. 15333 | Motion for a resolution Call for Famagusta’s return to its lawful inhabitants
24/06/2021 | Doc. 15250, vote on the draft text for resolution For a European policy on diasporas 24/06/2021 | Doc. 15250, vote on the draft text for recommendation For a European policy on diasporas 24/06/2021 | Doc. 15306, vote on the draft text for resolution Combating Afrophobia, or anti-Black racism, in Europe 23/06/2021 | Doc. 15301, vote on the draft text for resolution Enhancing participation of women from under-represented groups in political and public decision making 23/06/2021 | Doc. 15305, vote on the draft text for resolution The situation of Crimean Tatars