A European strategy for data (PDF)

Over the last few years, digital technologies have transformed the economy and society, affecting all sectors of activity and the daily lives of all Europeans. Data is at the centre of this transformation and more is to come. Data-driven innovation will bring enormous benefits for citizens, for example through improved personalised medicine, new mobility and through its contribution to the European Green Deal.

In a society where individuals will generate everincreasing amounts of data, the way in which the data are collected and used must place the interests of the individual first, in accordance with European values, fundamental rights and rules.

A EUROPEAN STRATEGY FOR DATA (PDF)

Share

Що таке необґрунтована відмова у прийнятті на роботу

#Команда_ДСЗ

Кожна людина має право реалізувати свої здібності до праці і може претендувати на роботу відповідно до покликання. Проте роботодавці самостійно ухвалюють рішення щодо вибору кандидатів на посаду, які відповідають їх вимогам та уявленням. Збалансувати інтереси тих, хто шукає місце роботи і тих, хто його пропонує покликане законодавство у сфері зайнятості. Проте при застосуванні його норм виникає чимало питань, зокрема, через наявність оціночних понять. Таким, зокрема, є поняття “необґрунтованої” відмови у прийнятті на роботу.

Законодавчі межі

Встановлення обмежень або переваг при укладенні трудового договору на підставі певних персональних ознак шукачів роботи може розумітися як дискримінація, окрім випадків, коли різне ставлення передбачене в законодавстві. Існує низка обставин, які роблять законною відмову в працевлаштуванні. Зокрема, вимоги можуть стосуватися: Continue reading Що таке необґрунтована відмова у прийнятті на роботу

Share

АДМІНІСТРАТИВНО-ПРАВОВИЙ СТАТУС ГОСПОДАРСЬКИХ СУДІВ УКРАЇНИ: ПРОБЛЕМИ ТА ПЕРСПЕКТИВИ (PDF)

АДМІНІСТРАТИВНО-ПРАВОВИЙ СТАТУС ГОСПОДАРСЬКИХ СУДІВ УКРАЇНИ: ПРОБЛЕМИ ТА ПЕРСПЕКТИВИ (PDF)

Share

The Green Deal: as it was, is and will be

Mariia Mazokha, 110i, KNEU

Brief summary: On January 15, 2020, the European Commission adopted the “Green Deal” – a package of measures aimed at modernizing the economy and social sphere in order to make Europe a “climate friendly” continent by 2050. The European Commission has ambitious plans to mobilize 100 billion euros to support the most vulnerable regions and sectors of the European economy.

Back in December, the Head of the European Union Delegation to Ukraine Matti Maasikas stated that the European Union wanted to hear Ukraine’s proposals on this initiative.

“I am absolutely sure that the EU leaders will listen very carefully to what Ukraine has to say about the Green Agreement – about joining one of the biggest priorities for the European Commission, which is headed by Ursula von der Leyen,” the EU ambassador said. Continue reading The Green Deal: as it was, is and will be

Share

EU-UK future relations: “level playing field” crucial to ensure fair competition

Parliament calls for a level playing field to be guaranteed through robust commitments, and “dynamic alignment” of EU-UK rules.
On Wednesday, the European Parliament adopted a resolution providing MEPs’ initial input to the upcoming negotiations with the British government on a new EU-UK partnership after the Brexit transition period. The text was adopted by 543 votes to 39, with 69 abstentions.
 
Parliament wants the association agreement with the UK to be as deep as possible, based on three main pillars: an economic partnership, a foreign affairs partnership and specific sectoral issues. However, a non-EU country cannot enjoy the same rights as a member state and the integrity of the Single Market and the Customs Union must be preserved at all times say MEPs.

Continue reading EU-UK future relations: “level playing field” crucial to ensure fair competition

Share

SCOTUS for law students: The Supreme Court and the death penalty

Stephen Wermiel

Death penalty cases have long been among the most difficult and divisive for the Supreme Court. With the possibility that federal executions may resume this year for the first time since 2003, the court’s role in these cases may grow even more complex.

The Supreme Court has three primary roles in death penalty cases. First, the court reviews habeas corpus appeals by death row inmates raising claims that their trial or death sentence was carried out in violation of their constitutional rights. Sometimes states appeal these cases to the Supreme Court when inmates have won in the lower court. Second, the court receives petitions challenging the constitutionality of the method of execution. Third, and most dramatically, the court handles emergency applications to stay executions pending additional court proceedings. Continue reading SCOTUS for law students: The Supreme Court and the death penalty

Share