The Charlemagne Youth Prize exists for ten years already and this week all winners - past and present - were invited to the European Parliament to celebrate.
Algorithms affect anything from the news we are offered to the ads were are shown, yet most people know little about them. Experts discussed how to prevent their misuse in Parliament.
The European Parliament proposes new ways to intensify EU relations with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova ahead of the Eastern Partnership Summit on 24 November.
New rules enabling you to watch TV online all over the EU have been approved by Parliament's legal affairs committee.
EU countries are able to deal with the influx of asylum applicants thanks to the work of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). Find out more about how this EU agency operates.
Latest press releases
President Antonio Tajani and MEPs representing Parliament’s political groups visited Bulgaria on 21 November to discuss the country’s upcoming EU Council presidency.
Parliament is holding a conference with African leaders in Brussels on Wednesday 22 November to discuss development ahead of the next EU-Africa summit.
On Universal Children’s Day on 20 November, young people gathered in the European Parliament to discuss the EU's future with the experts on children’s rights.
This week MEPs discuss a ban on glyphosate, vote on new rules for an easier distribution of online TV and radio programmes and participate in a conference on Africa.
This year's Lux Film Priz winner, tax avoidance, and protection for online shoppers were among the issues being dealt with during this week's plenary session. Read on for our overview.
Do you have a complaint about one of the EU institutions? The European Ombudsman might be able to help you.
Sami Blood has won this year’s Lux Film Prize. Read our interview with the actress playing a determined Sami girl fighting prejudice in order to become a teacher.
All EU countries should take steps to clamp down on tax avoidance schemes, said MEPs on Tuesday 14 November during a debate on the Paradise Papers scandal.
All new cars should be equipped with driver-assistance systems capable of detecting pedestrians, braking automatically or adapting the speed, according to MEPs.
During the next plenary session in Strasbourg session, MEPs will debate the latest tax dodging scandal and vote on new anti-dumping proposals.
Negotiations for the EU's 2018 budget are currently under way. Find out about Parliament's priorities in our interview with leading MEP Siegfried Mureșan.