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Enter our Euroscola competition!

Would you like your school to represent Ireland at Euroscola, a one-day youth parliament for 16-18 year olds in Strasbourg? Enter our competition and you could be in with a chance!  We are asking students to create a one-minute video clip on "Why young people should vote in European Elections".  Deadline: 17 November 2017.  Click on the photo for more details.

  

 
 
 
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Brian Hayes MEP and EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc will be key speakers at a Citizens' Dialogue on the Future of Europe which takes place on Thursday 19 October at the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin.  To register for this free public event email: RSVP@europeanmovement.ie  
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The European Parliament Information Office and the DCU Brexit Institute invites you to their joint event on "Brexit, Citizens' Rights and their Protection" which takes place on 5 October 2017 in Europe House, 12-14 Lower Mount Street Dublin 2 from 1:00 pm-6:00 pm.
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European Parliament President, Antonio Tajani, delivered a speech at the opening of the European Council meeting today.   Among the subjects touched upon in his address: Dublin Regulation, migration policy and Schengen, digital agenda, security and defence, Brexit, and the future of Europe.
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Parlemeter opinion poll of citizens’ views on European Union and European Parliament. 80 % of Irish Citizens say EU membership is good for Ireland. 
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What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the EU General Budget for 2018, the removal of glyphosate products, minimum income policies, and trade deals with Australia and New Zealand.
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On 23 June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU.  The decision will take effect on 29 March 2019.  The final agreement will require the approval of the European Parliament and MEPs will scrutinise the process carefully.  Here we provide some links to help you understand what is going on and who is doing what.
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An online tool relaying live all items published by MEPs, political groups, the President and the institution on their communication channels: websites, blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube...

 

European Parliament Think Tank

The Think Tank will systematically search Parliament studies, library briefings, impact assessment and European added value papers, STOA and economic dialogue documentation, surveys on public opinion and EU fact sheets and provide you with solid background information in a policy field.

 

European Parliament Calendar

Parliament's calendar is colour coded to indicate activities of a particular week - plenary sittings in Strasbourg, plenary sittings in Brussels; meetings of committees and interparliamentary delegations; political group meetings and weeks where MEPs concentrate exclusively on constituency work.

 
 

MULTIMEDIA SECTION

The Agenda:  23-26 October 2017  

The Agenda: 23-26 October 2017

19-10-2017

Lux Film Prize  

Lux Film Prize

18-10-2017

Brexit: MEPs hit out at lack of progress  

Brexit: MEPs hit out at lack of progress

03-10-2017

Brexit in Ireland: The European Parliament is committed to avoiding a hard border  

Brexit in Ireland: The European Parliament is committed to avoiding a hard border

29-09-2017