European Economic and Political Issues, 7. sējums
Vexing issues concerning internal and external change challenge Europe as it tries hard to regroup, reform and refocus. This series is intended to present an ongoing forum to stimulate discussion of these issues. Table of Contents: Preface; Broadband Communications in the European Union: Myths and Realities; Important but not Pervasive: The Shared Limits of Secondary Law in the Common Markets of Europe and South America; Democracy in the European Union; Can Mainstreaming Save EU Social Policy?; The Cases of Gender, Disability and Elderly Policy; Constructing Equality in Europe: The Case of Women's Rights in Italy and the UK; On the Problems of Home Country Control; Measuring the Cost of Increasing Inequality; Approaching the Endgame: Polish Public Opinion and the Changing Euro-Debate in the Run up to the 2003 EU Accession Referendum; Austria: Exceptionalism, Myth and Pariah; The Amsterdam CFSP Components: A Lowest Common Denominator Agreement?; Index.
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DEMOCRACY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
CAN MAINSTREAMING SAVE EU SOCIAL POLICY? THE CASES OF GENDER DISABILITY AND ELDERLY POLICY
CONSTRUCTING EQUALITY IN EUROPE THE CASE OF WOMENS RIGHTS IN ITALY AND THE UK
ON THE PROBLEMS OF HOME COUNTRY CONTROL
MEASURING THE COST OF INCREASING INEQUALITY
APPROACHING THE ENDGAME POLISH PUBLIC OPTION AND THE CHANGING EURODEBATE IN THE RUN UP TO THE 2003 EU ACCES...
AUSTRALIA EXCEPTIONALISM MYTH AND PARIAH
THE AMSTERDAM CFSP COMPONENTS A LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR AGREEMENT?
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68. lappuse - Governments and other actors should promote an active and visible policy of mainstreaming a gender perspective into all policies and programmes, so that, before decisions are taken, an analysis is made of the effects on women and men, respectively.
205. lappuse - The Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) remains a difficult area for co-operation and integration. However, the Nice Treaty advanced co-operation in defence matters by ensuring that the CFSP included 'all questions relating to the security of the Union, including the progressive framing of a common defence policy, which might lead to a common defence, should the European Council so decide'.
78. lappuse - Without prejudice to the other provisions of this Treaty and within the limits of the powers conferred by it upon the Community, the Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament may take appropriate action to combat discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation
10. lappuse - Union has today set itself a new strategic goal for the next decade: to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.
69. lappuse - Gender mainstreaming is the (re)organisation, improvement, development and evaluation of policy processes, so that a gender equality perspective is incorporated in all policies at all levels and at all stages, by the actors normally involved in policy-making.
152. lappuse - Poland and the EU: Internal Disputes, Domestic Politics and Accession,' Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics.
73. lappuse - All disabled persons, whatever the: origin and nature of their disablement, must be entitled to additional concrete measures aimed at improving their social and professional integration. These measures must concern, in particular, according to the capacities of the beneficiaries, vocational training, ergonomics, accessibility, mobility, means, of transport and housing.
205. lappuse - If a member of the Council declares that, for important and stated reasons of national policy, it intends to oppose the adoption of a decision to be taken by qualified majority, a vote shall not be taken. The Council may, acting by a qualified majority, request that the matter be referred to the European Council for decision by unanimity.
77. lappuse - Every worker of the European Community must, at the time of retirement, be able to enjoy resources affording him or her a decent standard of living. 25. Any person who has reached retirement age but who is not entitled to a pension or who does not have other means of subsistence, must be entitled to sufficient resources and to medical and social assistance specifically suited to his needs.
68. lappuse - Women saw mainstreaming as a means of promoting the role of women in the field of development and integrating women's values into development work.