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Parliament's pesticides committee has until the end of 2018 to investigate and propose improvements to the procedure for the authorisation of pesticides. Find out more about its work.
The 2018 Charlemagne youth prize was awarded to a Polish project gathering young people to unravel the history of the Stalag VIII A prisoner-of-war camp.
Jan Malaise is the public prize winner of our #EYE2018 photo contest. All six winners will be invited to the 2018 European Youth Event (EYE) in Strasbourg. Read on to see their photos.
A European Parliament initiative to give young people free rail tickets to allow them to discover the EU is about to become a reality.
Curious about the work of the European Union’s only directly-elected institution? Parliament’s opens days are your chance to see how 751 MEPs defend your interests in the EU.
MEPs called for action to safeguard media freedom, pluralism and independence on 3 May, marking World Press Freedom Day
Animosity towards journalists is growing, including in Europe, according to the World Press Freedom Index put together by Reporters without Borders.
Animal testing of cosmetics is already banned in the EU and now MEPs want the ban extended to the rest of the world.
In light of the influx of migrants in recent years, Parliament’s civil liberties committee has voted in favour of new plans to speed up the assessment of asylum requests in the EU.
New rules on organic food and labelling offer many benefits for farmers and consumers. Watch our video and read our interview with MEP Martin Häusling for details.
A new EU regulation aims to create more rigorous checks on the automotive sectors with stricter requirements for emission tests and heavy fines for cheating companies.
MEPs discussed data protection, election manipulation and how to safeguard people's privacy in the wake of the recent Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal.