At a time when most Europeans speak at least one foreign language, the European Parliament offers people the chance to follow proceedings in their own one.
To celebrate the end of roaming charges, we are running a photo contest. Share your summer pictures on Instagram and they might be shown at our visitors centre!
As forests are essential for fighting climate change, MEPs to ensure that EU countries keep them healthy. Check out our infographics to learn more.
EP President Antonio Tajani, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and former US President Bill Clinton honoured Helmut Kohl at a ceremony on 1 July.
German, Italian, Dutch and Irish finance ministers appeared before Parliament's Panama papers investigative committee on 11 July. Check out our video.
In Parliament this week: promoting media freedom, boosting organic fertilisers, integrating refugees and tackling tax evasion.
This week’s plenary session dealt with issues such as Turkey, the first ever EU-Cuba deal and anti-dumping measures. Check out our overview.
Latest press releases
MEPs have adopted plans to suspend accession talks with Turkey should controversial changes to its constitution go ahead. We talked to report author Kati Piri.
A new Parliament building named after Václav Havel, former Czech president and defender of human rights, was inaugurated in Strasbourg on 5 July.
Estonia took over the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU on 1 July. All six Estonian MEPs share their views on the priorities and challenges.
MEPs want tougher anti-dumping rules to protect European industries and jobs against unfairly cheap imports. Watch the video to learn more.
MEPs are this week expected to approve the first EU-Cuba deal. Leading MEP Elena Valenciano hopes this will pave way for a stronger relationship.
MEPs honoured former European Parliament President Simone Veil, who passed away on 30 June at the age of 89, with a ceremony held in Strasbourg on 4 July.
MEPs want to set criteria for how long products should last, better inform consumers about the durability of what they buy and encourage them to repair.
The fight against corporate tax avoidance, a possible end to the accession talks with Turkey and a bilateral agreement with Cuba are all on the plenary agenda for this week.
The 10 films competing for this year's Lux Film Prize have been revealed at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Find out what films are included.
Former German chancellor Helmut Kohl, who passed away on 16 June, will be honoured for his contribution to Europe with a ceremony hosted by Parliament in Strasbourg on 1 July.
Simone Veil, noted feminist and former European Parliament president, has passed away. Parliament pays tribute to her great contribution to European integration