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The first job of the new European Parliament will be to elect its next president. Find out about the procedure in our infographic.
While there is no EU army and defence remains exclusively a matter for member states, the EU has recently taken big steps to boost defence cooperation.
The peaks in migration flows witnessed in the EU in 2015 and 2016 have subsided. Check out the latest migration and asylum numbers in our infographic.
The Parliament plays a crucial role in the election of the next president of the European Commission. Check out our infographic about the procedure.
What happens now the new Parliament has been elected? Learn more about the next steps in our infographic.
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When more than half of eligible voters took part in the European elections on 23-26 May, not only did they vote for the Europe they want, but they also got a say in who’s running it.
After seeing turnout for the 2019 European elections rise, it’s now time to finalise political groups and decide on the next European Commission president.
Globalisation and international trade can affect human rights, so the EU's trade policy include tools to protect them. Find out how.
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Youth unemployment remains a key concern in Europe. Find out what measures the EU has put in place to help.
Fighting climate change is a priority for the Parliament. Below you will find details of the solutions the EU and the Parliament are working on.
The EU's passport-free travel space, known as the Schengen area, is one of the most tangible achievements of European integration. Learn about it in our guide.
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This year's Charlemagne Youth Prize goes to the Italian Europhonica IT project, a radio show where young people share their stories and views about Europe.
The European elections on 23-26 May is the moment to make your voice heard. It is the opportunity to choose the direction you want the EU to follow for the next five years.
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