The EU's budget for 2019, this year’s Sakharov Prize nominees and a fact-checking conference are on the Parliament's agenda this week.
Young people came up with ideas for a better Europe as part of Parliament's European Youth Event in June. Their best ideas will be presented to Parliament committees this autumn.
Climate change is already having wide-ranging consequences for human health, the environment and economies across Europe. Check out our map to learn more.
Europeans expect the EU to do more in a range of policy areas, especially on terrorism, unemployment and the environment, according to the latest survey.
Parliament is working on new copyright rules for the digital age to ensure all artists and authors get recognition, payment and protection.
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A one-stop shop for all of the EU's most common administration procedures will make it easier for people to interact with public administrations
Parliament is calling for EU rules to tackle mobbing and sexual harassment both online and offline. Read our interview with the lead MEP to find out more about the measures being proposed
MEPs discussed the challenges facing the EU during the State of the Union debate and approved digital copyright rules and measures to counter money laundering and cut plastic waste.
Ever since the global financial crisis erupted a decade ago, the EU has implemented various initiatives to reduce its impact and make a new one less likely.
Products sold with the same brand name and packaging must have the same composition in every EU country, according to a resolution adopted by MEPs on 13 September.
The EU wants all plastic packaging to be recyclable by 2030. MEPs are already discussing a ban on certain single-use plastics.
The annual State of the Union debate on 12 September was an opportunity for MEPs to review what the European Commission had achieved and to discuss upcoming initiatives. Relive it here.
If the EU is concerned that countries such as Hungary and Poland are not respecting EU values, it has a legal mechanism it could trigger. Find out about Article 7 of the Treaty of the EU.
An ageing workforce and new occupational health risks mean long-term sickness absence is on the rise and MEPs want action to get people back to work.
If you’re aged between 17 and 30 and would like help make society a little better, register with the European Solidarity Corps.
MEPs have rules to prevent money laundering as well as tougher checks on cash flows, which help to step up the fight against crime and terrorism.
Jean-Claude Junker will give his last State of the Union speech during the upcoming plenary session. In addition MEPs vote on new copyright rules and debate the situation in Hungary.