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Author: Amandine Garde

, adequately protect children. Two main pieces of EU legislation illustrate the argument: the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive and the Audiovisual Media Services Directive. Keywords children’s rights ; European Union ; mainstreaming ; internal market ; public health and consumer protection ; advertising

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
Author: Andrea Faeh

harmonisation of the internal market for food in recent decades. Hence it must be examined to what extent the regulations governing food actually promote public health and consumer protection which, as referred to above, is required of the Union, and how far these provisions may influence the issue of

In: European Journal of Health Law

Decision approving the 1982 Protocol.3 3 Euroßean Parliament In June 1982, the European Parliament's Committee on the Environment, Public Health, and Consumer Protection issued an opinion on the report by Mr. Harris on the European Coastal Charter.4 The opinion specifies that the objectives of the Char

In: Ocean Yearbook Online

on behalf of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection of the European Parliament, under its rapporteur, Mme J. Maij-Weggen (European Parlia- ment, Working Documents, 1980-81; Document 1-709/80, 7 January 1981). 6. Official Journal of the European Communities

In: Ocean Yearbook Online

environmental assessment procedure outlined in the annexes. Furthermore, both instruments require the application of the precautionary approach, the Protocol because it is stipulated Report of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection and the opinion of the Committee on Research

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Author: Patricia Birnie

Bonn Conventions; European Parliament Com- mittee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection, EP DOC. 2 H536/84; 1988; and "Implementation of the Berne Convention", IUCN, Gland, 1986, which reviews relevant national legislation; Lyster, "Problems of UK Implementation of Berne"; report

In: International Journal of Estuarine and Coastal Law
Author: Patricia Birnie

.l. See Draft Report on the Implementation of the Berne and Bonn Conventions; European Parliament Com- mittee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection, EP DOC. 2 H536/84; 1988; and "Implementation of the Berne Convention", IUCN, Gland, 1986, which reviews relevant national legislation

In: International Journal of Estuarine and Coastal Law
Author: Klaus Sieveking

bring together public health and consumer protection policies under one frame- work. Its proposal for a decision will replace the current programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003–08) 53 and the general framework for financing Community actions in support of consumer policy for

In: European Journal of Migration and Law

191 TFEU, the tasks of the EU include the requirement to attain a “high level of protection and improvement of the quality of the environment”. Public health and consumersprotection policies reiterate this qualitative requirement. In virtue of Article 168 (1) TFEU “a high level of human health

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

application. The federal Ministry of Public Health and Consumer Protection rejected the appeal. The complainant filed an appeal against this decision with the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court held: English Translation 1.a) The individual administrative decision under consideration concerns a

In: Austrian Review of International and European Law Online