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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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People and organisations from across EU came to Parliament on 11 October for the Citizen's Prize award ceremony in recognition of their contributions to Europe.
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The European Parliament Information Office together with Seán Kelly MEP hosted a special briefing on "EU Funding Opportunities" last Friday 29 September 2017 in Cork, at which over one hundred people were present to hear a panel of speakers including representatives from the European Investment Bank, the European Commission, Ibec and the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland. 
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Progress on EU priorities in the first four rounds of talks with the UK has not been sufficient, says Parliament’s draft resolution
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On a fact-finding mission to Belfast, the border area and Dublin EP coordinator for Brexit, Guy Verhofstadt, said “Ireland is crucial to the Union”  
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"I am here to deliver a message of solidarity.  Of solidarity with the Irish citizens, with the Irish people.  We will never allow Ireland to suffer from the British decision to leave the EU.  That is a commitment from  the European Parliament"   Read more.
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On a fact-finding mission to Dublin, Belfast, the border area, EP coordinator for Brexit, Guy Verhofstadt will meet with political leaders.  
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A high-level conference on tourism organised by the President of the European Parliament is taking place on 27 September 2017 in Brussels.  The conference will discuss "A European strategy to enhance the competiveness of the tourism industry, a key driver for job creation".  The event will also be livestreamed. 
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Applications are now open for traineeships for university graduates in the European Parliament for the period 1 March-31 July 2018.  You can choose from several work places: Luxembourg, Brussels, Strasbourg or an EP Information Office in any EU Member State, including including here in Ireland in our office in Dublin.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about what the European Parliament is and does.  Apply by 15 October (midnight). 
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The European Parliament's DG Communication has adopted a multi-annual work programme for grants in the area of communication covering the period 2016-2019 which is implemented through calls for proposals published on its website. Apply by 15 September 2017 for grants in the events category.
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