International agreements

Background

 

The Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee is responsible for monitoring the implementation of non-trade international agreements in the Sixth Senedd.

 

International agreements signed by the UK Government can cover matters within devolved competence or matters which have important policy implications for Wales. The Committee will consider the impact on Wales of international agreements laid in the UK Parliament under the process established by the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010.

 

Committee consideration

 

The Committee began its consideration of international agreements and their implications for Wales at its meeting on 13 September 2021. At this meeting the Committee agreed, that where appropriate, it would issue a single report which will summarise the Committee’s consideration of international agreements at any one meeting.

 

Details of the Committee’s consideration of international agreements can be found at:

 

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>>>International agreements in relation to defence

>>>International agreements in relation to diplomacy

>>>International agreements in relation to energy

>>>International agreements in relation to education

>>>International agreements in relation to human rights

>>>International agreements in relation to judicial co-operation

>>>International agreements in relation to labour standards

>>>International agreements in relation to marine matters

>>>International agreements in relation to research

>>>International agreements in relation to security

>>>International agreements in relation to social security

>>>International agreements in relation to transport

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Our latest report was published on 19 July 2022.

Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Senedd Business;

First published: 23/09/2021

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