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Subject: Commission cooperation with associations representing deaf children. Subject: Depression and the European strategy on health and safety. Subject: Marine Strategy Framework Directive. Subject: Nitrogen oxides NO x emissions in Dublin.

Subject: Enhancement of EU agricultural policy. Subject: Misleading advertising detrimental to some European companies. Subject: Corruption: booby prize for Italy. The future for the Strasbourg Convention.

Subject: Welfare of animals at slaughter in Turkey and Egypt. Subject: Animal welfare in Turkish slaughterhouses. Subject: Discovery of the mitochondrial genome DNA, a cause of hereditary diseases in children. Subject: Wolves as a threat to humans and domestic animals.

Subject: Increased human trafficking in Europe. Subject: Im migrant follow-up question II. Subject: Support for the renewal and modernisation of the fishing fleet on the island of Madeira. Subject: Building a network of micro-reserves on the island of Madeira. Subject: Community funds for restructuring, remodelling and building educational and teaching centres in the Autonomous Region of Madeira.

Subject: Inter-island university partnership — Madeira, Azores, and the Canaries. Subject: Black scabbardfish in Atlantic waters. Subject: Insurance for aquaculture activities.

Subject: support for small-scale farmers in the Mondego valley — organic certification and functioning of the local market. Subject: European Globalisation Adjustment Fund. Subject: The European Union: a role model for Asia. Subject: European Council Summit and principle of equal treatment. Subject: Turf extraction on raised bog sites in Ireland. Subject: Recommendation on Belgium's national reform programme. Subject: Arrangements for carrying over appropriations in EU decentralised agencies.

Subject: Maize cultivation in the European Union. Subject: Dangers of energy drinks and Member States' powers of discretion. Subject: Drop in EU aid to Africa and poor countries. Subject: Electrical and electronic equipment and designation as waste. Subject: Inspection of electrical and electronic equipment. Subject: L'Aquila obligations on soaring food prices. Subject: The future of plastic bags in Europe.

Subject: Transparency and reliability of international credit rating agencies. Subject: Number of Commission employees at pay grades 15 and Subject: Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Subject: Terminally ill patient seeking healthcare in another Member State. Subject: Investment in Greek state securities. Subject: Genetic ancestry testing for racist propaganda purposes.

Subject: Genetic tests — regulation, accreditation, and advertising. Subject: Reduction of unit labour costs in Greece and the EU. Subject: Social injustices arising from interference in collective autonomy and pay cuts across the board under the first Loan Memorandum for Greece.

Subject: Insurance for persons with mental disabilities. Subject: Follow-up question on the Commission's impact assessment data on women entrepreneurs in the EU. Subject: Galicia's rural development programme. Subject: Freezing of customer accounts at an Italian bank.

Subject: Speed detector warning devices and alcohol test kits in France. Subject: Commissioner De Gucht standing for election 2. Jensen to the Commission. Subject: EU support for neo-Nazi groups in Lithuania. Subject: Use of sulphur dioxide against the Asian hornet.

Subject: Corruption concerning Euro in Ukraine. Subject: Trade in illegal and counterfeit pesticides. Subject: Increase in skimming, cash trapping and phishing in the European Union.

Subject: New telecoms packages following the Roaming Regulation. Subject: Case involving a Serbian constituent. Subject: Reduction in the use of plastic bags.

Subject: Observers on board fishing vessels prevented from carrying out their duties. Subject: Shortage of medicines for children suffering from serious illnesses. Subject: Progress of the Mediterranean Solar Plan. Subject: State aid guidelines — emissions trading scheme.

Subject: Publication of decisions by national authorities regarding unfair business practices. Subject: Information provided by European Banks to tax authorities of Member States in the event of spot checks. Subject: Data on suicide rates in Member States. What was the outcome of that evaluation, and what action has the Commission taken, or is it considering taking, as regards this legislation and its implementation at national level?

Further to the referred parliamentary question, a meeting was indeed organised at the end of January between the European Commission services and representatives of associations working on behalf of the deaf and hard of hearing to discuss the difficulties they encounter when taking part in European projects and the options for granting additional support. Following the meeting, the Commission provided full information on funding granted in recent years to organisations and projects in the field of education, training, culture and youth concerning the deaf and hard of hearing community.

The Commission acts as a facilitator in this process and gives stakeholders the opportunity to develop their own recommendations, guidance and obligations. The Commission cannot prejudge the final outcome of the group's work. It also decided to propose a lump sum and daily penalty. Is the Commission considering making depression a priority under the draft European strategy on health and safety at work it is scheduled to launch by the end of ?

Addressing depression remains a key priority under the European Pact on Mental Health and Wellbeing, and is a recurrent subject in meetings with Member State experts on mental health. Under the work plan of the Health Programme, a Joint Action on mental health is being launched which will also take forward work on depression in one of its work packages. The EU Strategy on Health and Safety at Work addresses, among other issues, the promotion of mental health at the workplace.

In particular, the Commission encourages Member States to incorporate into their national strategies specific initiatives aimed at preventing mental health problems and promoting mental health more effectively, in combination with Union initiatives on the subject.

The strategy is currently being evaluated; this should help identify the priorities for future policy action in this field. On the basis of those results and after a wide consultation of the stakeholders, it will put forward priorities for health and safety at work for the forthcoming period. In this process, the Commission intends to pay particular attention to mental health and the prevention of psycho-social risks at the workplace.

The Commission will take its decision once the assessment is complete. The procedure is currently following its course before the Court of Justice. Ireland has subsequently submitted its observations and communicated some additional transposition measures. The Commission will continue to monitor the situation and take further action, as appropriate.

The Commission continues to scrutinise the situation carefully and will take whatever action it considers necessary. The Commission's decision to close infringement proceedings against a Member State is based on its assessment of the national legislation, further to the clarifications brought about by the Member State concerned in the course of the procedure.

The Commission's assessment takes account of the relevant case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union which in the procedure referred to by the Honourable Member concerned age discrimination in the field of employment and the setting of age limits for certain professions.

What action has the Commission taken, or is it taking, to ensure that the existing emission ceilings for nitrogen oxides are respected in Dublin?

It must be noted that the national emission ceilings do not apply at the level of a region or a city, but rather at the scale of each Member State taken as a whole.

At this stage, the emission data for is still preliminary. The Commission is currently reviewing the National Emission Ceilings Directive as part of the overall review of the Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution, scheduled for The review will consider any updates needed, including any updates needed to comply with the recent revision of the Gothenburg Protocol to the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution.

Ireland has failed to ensure that all installations in Ireland covered by the IPPC Directive are the subject of a valid permit. When will the Commission introduce a legislative proposal for the enhancement of EU agricultural policy and, in particular, the fairer allocation of funding? The proposals aim at increasing the competitiveness of the sector, whilst improving the sustainable management of natural resources.

Additionally, in the financial period , the support should be more targeted, effective and fairer distributed. This entails a more balanced redistribution of funds. An internal redistribution is foreseen through regionally harmonised area payments and through a degressive capping of large payments to individual beneficiaries. As for rural development, the Commission suggests to redistribute funds between Member States in the coming financial framework according to a range of economic and territorial criteria, whilst taking into account past performance, too.



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