Find here Javi López’s documents, reports articles and papers
In this section you can download some of the most remarkable documents that Javi López has worked on in his term: European Parliament reports, papers or articles in which he has participated as a politician.
Report on the Defense of Multilateralism
Multilateralism, the will to govern the world through dialogue, rules and common institutions, is in crisis.
We live in a world with high levels of competition between great powers in which energy, trade, migration and information are instrumentalised as weapons. A world that, at the same time, is deeply interconnected and full of shared vulnerabilities.
Although the multilateral system continues to be the best formula for resolving complex global challenges in an interdependent world, the limitations of the current institutional framework must be recognised and its reform and reconstruction undertaken with the aim of becoming more effective, inclusive and results-oriented.
A debate that the European Parliament addresses with the report on the EU and the defense of multilateralism, for which Javi López has been a speaker.
Multilateralism is at the core of the EU’s values, and the two form a valuable symbiosis. Consolidating an EU as a real and influential geopolitical actor is essential to more effectively defending a global order based on rules and norms.
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Air quality report
Clean air is of the utmost importance for human health, quality of life and the environment, and is recognised as a pressing sustainability concern and is directly mentioned in two Sustainable Development Goals. According to the World Health Organisation, air pollution is the greatest environmental health risk in Europe and affects regions, socio-economic and age groups in different ways, causing, according to the latest estimates by the European Environment Agency, around 400,000 premature deaths per year. This is confirmed by the Report on the implementation of the Ambient Air Quality Directives for which Javi López was rapporteur.
A significant number of Member States consistently fail to meet existing air quality standards and have not taken sufficient measures to improve air quality and minimise excessive values. To this end, the Report proposes ensuring that the fight against air pollution is at the heart of the Recovery Plan and integrated into all EU legislation, as well as more and better measurement of air quality and stricter measures for the most polluting industries.
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Report on combating inequality as a lever for growth and the creation of jobs
Increasing inequalities are one of the main causes of the challenges that are shaking Europe today, such as populism, xenophobia and extremism, among others. This idea is developed by the European Parliament report on Combating the inequality as a lever for growth and the creation of jobs of which Javi López was the rapporteur.
According to the report, inequality not only erodes social confidence and public support for institutions, it also frustrates innovation and ends up undermining the economy itself. Therefore, the report proposes a battery of policies in regards to the labour market, the improvement of the Welfare State or the promotion of gender equality to stop the increase of inequalities.
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Report on the EU Political Relations with Latin America
The new international scenario demands the relaunch of international alliances and opens an opportunity to strengthening relations between Europe and Latin America; This is reflected in the European Parliament report on “The Political Relations EU – Latin America” of which Javi López was the rapporteur.
The relations between both regions must promote the protection of multilateralism and a conception of international relations guided by norms, dialogue and cooperation. In this regard, the report proposes strengthening relations between the EU and Latin America to defend inclusive growth, combat climate change or promote gender equality.
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