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The Brexit Steering group met Michel Barnier, EU negotiator for Brexit on Tuesday 25 July and issued this common statement after the 2nd round of negotiations between the EU and the UK.
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Three films have been selected to compete  for the 2017 Lux Film Prize. BPM (Beats per minute) by Robin Campillo (France), Sámi Blood by Amanda Kernell (Sweden, Norway, Denmark) and Western by Valeska Grisebach (Germany, Bulgaria, Austria) are the films that will compete for this years' Lux Film Prize. 
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Border Communities Against Brexit is one of the winners of the European Citizen's Prize 2017. The national award ceremony took place in the Garage Theatre, Monaghan Town on Friday 14th July.
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On 27 June 2017, as part of a series of inter-faith dialogues with religious and philosphical organisations, the European Parliament in Brussels will host a dialogue with faith leaders on the future of Europe.  The seminar will be opened by MEP Mairead McGuinness, Vice President of the European Parliament and Commissioner Frans Timmermans, Vice President of the European Commission.  
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Two Irish organisations have been successfully nominated for the European Citizen’s Prize 2017. The youth organisation, Foróige and the campaigning group, Border Communities Against Brexit, are among the 50 winners of the European Citizen's Prize 2017.
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Following news that U.S. President Donald J. Trump intends to withdraw his country from the Paris Agreement on climate change, the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani has asserted that "the Paris Agreement must be respected. It is a matter of trust and leadership.  This Agreement is alive and we will take it forward with or without the US administration"
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On the agenda in this week's plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs considered facilitating the deployment of 5G across the EU, reducting VAT on e-books, the recent surge in anti-Semitism in Europe and new proposals to boost the EU transport sector among other issues. 
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In his speech on the State of the Union this morning at the European University Institute in Florence,  European Parliament President, Antonio Tajani highlighted the results of the latest Eurobarometer survey and spoke about the management of migration flows, security and defence and Brexit.  
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On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day (03/05/2017), read the statement issued by Antonio TAJANI, EP President.
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The April 2017 Eurobarometer survey of public attitudes in Europe shows that the number of people who feel that belonging to the EU is a good thing is increasing.  The survey also identifies areas where citizens want the EU to do more and which countries feel that their voice counts most (and least) in EU decision-making. Results for Ireland, which are largely in line with Europe-wide trends, are included throughout.
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Public Consultation

10-04-2017

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Have you visited Europe House in Dublin to look for information or to attend debates? What do you think is the best way to ask or look for information about the EU?  Thanks for taking the time to fill in this public consultation.  Deadline: 8 May 2017
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