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The failure by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) to reply to an e-mail concerning gender balance in the European Cyber Security Challenge
Friday | 17 December 2021
How the European Commission dealt with a request for public access to documents
Tuesday | 06 July 2021
Commission and alleged failure to reply to a letter, urging the Commission to renew the mandate of the then current EU Anti-Trafficking Co-ordinator
Friday | 10 July 2020
The Commission’s failure to reply to correspondence concerning the pension rights of women born in the United Kingdom in the 1950’s
Thursday | 09 July 2020
The European Commission’s alleged failure to reply to correspondence concerning the closure of a complaint against Spain for infringement of EU legislation on safety and health at work
Friday | 08 May 2020
Entscheidung der Europäischen Bürgerbeauftragten im obengenannten Fall über die angebliche fehlerhafte Antwort der Europäischen Kommission auf Ihre Vertragsverletzungsbeschwerde über Diskriminierung und Verfolgung in Deutschland
Friday | 03 April 2020
Decision in case 1829/2019/EWM on the European Commission’s failure to grant access to documents relating to meetings between Commissioner Jourová and stakeholders
Tuesday | 12 November 2019
The case concerned a request for public access to documents related to four meetings between Commissioner Jourová and several external stakeholders. Having waited for a reply from the Commission for six months, the complainant turned to the Ombudsman.
The Ombudsman closed the inquiry because after her intervention, the Commission replied to the complainant and granted partial access to the requested documents.
The European Commission’s failure to grant access to documents relating to meetings of Commissioner Jourová with external stakeholders
Friday | 04 October 2019
Failure by the European Commission to reply to correspondence concerning, among other things, gender discrimination in terms of retirement age in Poland
Wednesday | 02 October 2019
Decision of the European Ombudsman concerning complaint 1483/2019/MMO on how the European Commission dealt with an infringement complaint against the United Kingdom concerning failure to investigate sexual harassment at the workplace - CHAP(2019)00508
Monday | 02 September 2019
Decision in joint cases 897/2019/JAP and 1360/2019/JAP on how the European Institute for Gender Equality addressed the complainant’s concerns about unfair treatment of temporary interim employees and its alleged misleading public statements
Monday | 05 August 2019
Decision of the European Ombudsman in case 1036/2019/AMF concerning the European Commission´s decision not to open infringement proceedings against Spain for an alleged lack of compliance with the principle of equality
Wednesday | 26 June 2019
How the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) addressed the complainant’s concerns about unfair treatment of temporary interim employees
Tuesday | 18 June 2019
Decision in case OI/3/2018/JN on the European Commission’s failure to adequately answer correspondence concerning an EU-funded project reducing health related social and gender inequalities and barriers
Thursday | 07 February 2019
Promotion of dignity at work in the EU civil service
Wednesday | 19 December 2018
Report of the European Ombudsman on dignity at work in the EU institutions and agencies: SI/2/2018/AMF
Monday | 17 December 2018
This report identifies best practices across the EU civil service in preventing and dealing with harassment. It results from the Ombudsman’s exchanges with 26 EU institutions and agencies.
Letter to the President of the European Commission Mr Jean-Claude Juncker concerning the Report of the European Ombudsman on dignity at work in the EU institutions and agencies: SI/2/2018/AMF
Monday | 17 December 2018
Decision in case 1885/2017/DR concerning the refusal by the European Investment Bank to pay certain child and family allowances to a staff member
Tuesday | 13 November 2018
The case concerned the refusal by the European Investment Bank (EIB) to pay certain child and family allowances to a staff member who, after separating from her partner, gained sole custody of their common child.
In the course of the Ombudsman’s inquiry into the matter, the EIB decided to pay the complainant the allowances in question.
As the EIB had thus settled the complaint, the Ombudsman closed the case.
Decision in case 1642/2018/PB on how the European Commission handled a complaint about alleged EU law breaches in a recruitment procedure at an Austrian university
Wednesday | 17 October 2018
Refusal by the European Investment Bank to pay some family related allowances to the complainant, a separated mother with full custody of her child
Friday | 07 September 2018