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Revista de Stiinte Politice ; - (73):182-190, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1801575


This paper reviews the European Union (EU) legal framework of Regulation 2021/836 concerning the relationship between humanitarian aid, civil protection and human health. Using a legislative data set consisting of three documents, namely: Regulation (EU) 2021/836 (2021), Decision No 1313/2013/EU (2013) and Decision (EU) 2019/420 (2019), we find that the need for development and coordination is associated with innovation and resilience measures. Thus, the study aims to better observe the complex preparedness measures and actions of the European Commission (EC) and to understand the legislative changes in the field of civil protection (CP), humanitarian aid (HA) and human health (HH) in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic under the Regulation (EU) 2021/836, namely: (i) the coordination of actions including the protection of the population and the establishment of logistical support and resources for the Member States (MS) [Recital (19) Regulation (EU) 2021/836];(ii) the crisis management system (CMS) at EU level and (iii) the approaches to HH and "medical countermeasures" [Recital (3) Regulation (EU) 2021/836]. The research thus points to the legal and institutional analysis of the: (i) the "Union Civil Protection Mechanism" (UCPM) within Decision No 1313/2013/EU and Decision (EU) 2019/420;(ii) the "European Civil Protection Pool" (ECPP) within the Decision (EU) 2019/420;(iii) the approaches to the "Union Civil Protection Knowledge Network" (UCPKN) within the Regulation (EU) 2021/836. The research concludes by focusing on the logistical measures and resources, as well as the role of operational capabilities and information.

Revista de Stiinte Politice ; - (69):109-119, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1268955


The aim of the study is to explore the general provisions and policy areas of the Regulation (EU) 2021/241 for the establishment and implementation of the "Recovery and Resilience Facility" (RRF) and to explain why the horizontal principles and the recovery instruments make such a difference for the European Union (EU) recovery plans. The research of the nexus between the policy coordination, the resilience facilities and the population protection outcomes is mapped by designing on a legal and social account of: (1) the shared programmes and resources;(2) the harmonious implementation of the EU policies (EUp) in the context of the COVID-19 crisis;(3) the stipulation of the principle of additionality concerning the EU funding areas;(4) the goals of the intervention fields in accordance with the Annex VI of the RRF: the social policies, the social integration of the vulnerable groups of the population, the social inclusion, the employment policies, the economic policies, the digital transition, the territorial cohesion, the green transition by pointing: biodiversity and climate measures. The paper concludes with a discussion of the "institutional resilience" and the "resilience dialogue" by outlining the need for a coordinated response of the Member States (MS) to reinforce the link between EU policy areas and the economic governance.