Entries by Aljaž Debeljak

Parliamentary question

Written question to the European Commission As the war in Ukraine intensifies, many children with cancer have been forced to leave their homes and hospital beds and flee the country. Cancer itself is a problem, but treatment interruptions, stress and risk of infection might have a fatal effect on these children. Furthermore, in the event […]

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Written question to the European Commission Despite unequivocal evidence that the exposure of children to unhealthy food marketing is harmful to both child health and children’s rights, the EU has failed to effectively regulate such marketing for over 15 years. The Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD) continues to rely on self-regulation, which has consistently proven […]

Parliamentary question

Written question to the European Commission The recent high-profile report by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties underlines the longstanding concerns about companies processing our personal data for advertisement purposes. There is still a clear need for investigations regarding their compliance with EU law. The report shows that the tracking data and real-world location data […]

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Written question to the European Commission A few days ago, the Commission presented a document related to the preparation of the 2023 draft budget (SEC(2022)0250), which proposed a budget of EUR 3.4 billion for Erasmus+. To reflect this flagship programme’s growth and new ambitions for 2021-2027, such as the inclusion of people with fewer opportunities, […]

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Written question to the European Commission On 8 February 2022, more than 1 800 scientists and over 160 NGOs from all over the world addressed a letter to the Commission urging it to stop the construction of a wall on the Polish-Belarusian border. Construction of the wall will impact protected and valuable natural areas, including […]

Parliamentary question

Written question to the European Commission The war in Ukraine is generating an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. Over four million Ukrainians refugees have arrived in the EU, of which one million minors who were forced to interrupt their studies and training activities. This will have a serious impact on Ukraine’s recovery in the post‑war phase. Since […]

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Written question to the European Commission ‘Culture is and must be at the heart of the European project’ – this is Commissioner Hahn’s strong statement in the recently published Commission proposal for the 2023 EU budget. We – the members of the Cultural Creators Friendship Group – fully agree. In the light of the proposed […]