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  • [AVS]European Agenda on Security

    28-04-2015 - Justice

    Play video: [AVS]European Agenda on Security

    On 28 April, the Commission is set to adopt the European Agenda on Security, setting out key priorities and actions for the period 2015-2020. A genuine area of security, where fundamental rights and the rule of law are fully respected, requires a comprehensive and coherent approach covering the EU's internal and external policies. The three main priorities of the European Agenda on Security will be the fight against terrorism, organised crime and cybercrime. The Agenda will provide the basis for cooperation and joint action by the EU institutions and agencies, Member States, civil society and international partners. The background: The European Agenda on Security will renew the Internal Security Strategy, following the Strategic Guidelines of the European Council of June 2014, the Council Conclusions of December 2014, the Resolution of the European Parliament of December 2014 and the Political Guidelines of President Jean-Claude Juncker of July 2014.

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  • 03-09-2015 - Contract law

    Public consultation on contract rules for online purchases of digital content and tangible goods

    When developing policy and legislation, the European Commission consults widely with EU citizens and stakeholders through public consultations.

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  • 20-08-2015 - Consumer policy

    Public Consultation on the Circular Economy

    The Commission is aiming to present a new, more ambitious circular economy strategy late in 2015, to transform Europe into a more competitive resource-efficient economy, addressing a range of economic sectors, including waste. The strategy will be fully aligned with the priorities of the new Commission. It will comprise a revised legislative proposal on waste and a Communication setting out an action plan on the circular economy for the rest of this Commission’s term of office. The action plan will cover the whole value chain, and focus on concrete measures with clear EU added value, aiming at ‘closing the loop’ of the circular economy. The Commission is engaged in a thorough reflection on how the objective of circular economy can be reached in an efficient way that is fully compatible with the jobs and growth agenda.

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  • 21-07-2015 - Gender equality

    Equality between women and men in the EU

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