Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen will debate the future of Europe with MEPs and EU Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis on Wednesday 28 November at 15.00.
MEPs will vote on new time limits and conditions for internal border checks within the Schengen area on Thursday.
MEPs will discuss on Wednesday and vote on Thursday on the progress made in 2018 by five Western Balkan countries towards possible EU accession.
A bank-led fraud scandal that amounted to a loss in tax revenue of over 55 billion euros, in at least 11 countries, will be the subject of a resolution to be adopted on Thursday.
MEPs will discuss with the European Commission on Wednesday its strategy for net-zero emissions by 2050, published the same day, ahead of climate talks in Katowice.
Measures to eliminate remaining barriers and seize new opportunities in the single market to benefit citizens and businesses will be discussed with the Commission on Wednesday.
MEPs will urge the Commission and member states to take measures to strengthen the rights of women with disabilities, in a debate followed by a vote on Thursday.
The rules and processes of the WTO urgently need to be modernised to keep the body relevant, say MEPs in a resolution up for debate Wednesday and a vote on Thursday.
Parliament is set to approve EU aid worth €2,308,500 to help media workers made redundant in the Greek region of Attica to find new jobs.
MEPs are set to sound the alarm over the controversial role of the German Youth Welfare Office (Jugendamt), denounced in a large number of petitions by non-German parents.
Newsletter - 28-29 November 2018 - Plenary session - Brussels