MEPs called for safety rules for driverless cars during this year's first plenary session. They also urged the UK to clarify its Brexit position and backed a new investment fund.
From childhood until retirement, social policies are important at all stages of our life. Find out more about the EU legislation Parliament is working on.
The European Social Fund plays a major role in fighting poverty and unemployment in Europe. MEPs wants to upgrade its role so that more people can be helped. Find out how.
In the debate following the UK House of Commons’ meaningful vote, MEPs underlined that Europeans will remain united and that citizens’ rights are still the EP’s priority.
Driverless vehicles will be on the EU market from 2020. What are the benefits? What is the EU doing to face the challenges of the automated transport sector? Discover it in our infographic.
The launch of the euro two decades ago brought tangible benefits to people and companies across the EU. A ceremony in Parliament on 15 January marked the event.
Parliament supports updating the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund to make it more accessible and better equipped to deal with digitalisation and environmental changes.
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The Citizens' App, developed by Parliament, provides insight into how the EU shapes our daily lives and encourages you to get involved in its future.
At Parliament’s first session of 2019, MEPs review the plans of Romania’s presidency of the Council, discuss Brexit developments and look at the impact of autonomous cars.
With a rich historical and cultural heritage and an eye to the future. Plovdiv in Bulgaria and Matera in Italy are this year's Capitals of Culture.
Romania took over the presidency of the Council on 1 January. MEPs will debate the country's priorities with Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă its priorities on Tuesday.
In a New Year message, Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament, defended the EU and urged everyone to vote in the 2019 European elections.
Elections, future of Europe, Brexit... the New Year starts with a busy agenda for the European Parliament.
It’s winter once again! A time for going on holiday, visiting family, thinking about the future… and taking part in our language challenge!
It’s been a busy year in Parliament as MEPs approved a raft of new legislation ranging from security and migration to plastics and energy.
From 23 to 26 May 2019, people in the EU vote for the next European Parliament. It’s the moment to make your voice heard. Find out all about it below.
Less than a third of plastic waste in Europe is recycled. Find out more facts and figures on plastic waste and its recycling in the EU with our infographic.
From ending country redirects to funding free wifi in public spaces, discover what the European Parliament has done in 2018 to improve your online experience.
MEPs backed a trade deal with Japan, awarded the Sakharov Prize to Oleg Sentsov and paid tribute to the victims of Tuesday’s terror attack in Strasbourg during December’s plenary session.