Three films featuring three strong female characters facing difficult dilemmas: the Lux Film days are bringing them to a cinema near you.
MEPs vote on EU rules to protect workers, reduced targets for CO2 emissions from trucks, as well as on plans for more efficient data sharing between EU information systems.
Find out key facts about plastic in the ocean with our infographics, as well discover their impact and how the EU is acting to reduce plastic litter in the seas.
Bono, the frontman of U2 and co-founder of the ONE Campaign, visited the European Parliament on 10 October.
The finalists for the 2018 Sakharov Prize are: Oleg Sentsov, 11 NGOs saving migrant lives across the Mediterranean Sea and Nasser Zefzafi.
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The EU's emissions trading system (ETS) aims to reduce the industry's carbon emissions. Discover how it works and why a reform is needed.
Discover how EU research and innovation improves everyday life in a conference organised by the European Parliament and the European Commission on 27 November.
Facebook should make substantial changes to its platform to ensure it complies with EU data protection law, according to a resolution adopted by the civil liberties committee on 10 October.
People and organisations from across EU came to Parliament on 9 October for the Citizen's Prize award ceremony in recognition of their contributions to Europe.
Are you aged between 16 and 30 and have a project with a European dimension? Apply for Charlemagne Youth Prize and win a trip to Aachen and more.
MEPs will call for an investigation into the misuse of data by Facebook, vote on measures to reduce plastic waste and announce the shortlist for the 2018 Sakharov Prize.
Cleaner cars, more European films on streaming services and concerns about the state of rule of law were among the highlight of this week’s plenary session.
MEPs backed new rules to boost cooperation between EU countries on assessing health technologies on 3 October.
What is the EU's position on the Israel-Palestine conflict? Find out the Parliament’s work on peace process, recognition of Palestinian statehood and refugees.
The recent US decision to end all funding for Unrwa, the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees, was widely condemned in a debate in Parliament on 2 October.
Freezing and confiscating criminal proceeds is one of the best ways to fight crime. On 4 October MEPs approved new rules to make it easier and faster across the EU.
MEPs vote on rules to promote European content on streaming platforms as well as on plans to set targets for cleaner cars during the next plenary session in Strasbourg.