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Visite o Parlamentarium este verão!

Outros Instituições05-08-2015 - 09:00
Visite o Parlamentarium!  

Está em Bruxelas este Verão e tem curiosidade de saber mais sobre a UE? Então venha visitar o Centro de Visitantes do Parlamento Europeu em Bruxelas e fique a conhecer o trabalho dos deputados e a forma como este afeta o seu quotidiano! Considerada uma das atividades mais interessantes de Bruxelas pelo sítio Web dedicado ao turismo, Tripadvisor, este centro revelou‑se um enorme êxito junto dos visitantes desde que abriu as suas portas e já recebeu mais de um milhão de pessoas. (Ler mais: Visite o Parlamentarium este verão! )

 

Os principais momentos de 2015 em fotografias

Outros Instituições03-08-2015 - 09:00
O edificio do Parlamento Europeu em Estrasburgo  

Um regresso ao passado e aos momentos que marcaram os primeiros seis meses de 2015 no Parlamento Europeu. (Ler mais: Os principais momentos de 2015 em fotografias )

 
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Literacia, direitos das mulheres e liberdade de circulação na UE foram os temas que receberam mais “gostos” por parte dos seguidores da página do Parlamento Europeu no Facebook entre janeiro e junho deste ano. As mensagens de Hauwa Ibrahim e Malala Yousafzai sobre a igualdade de acesso à educação e a defesa dos direitos das mulheres estiveram no topo das preferências dos nossos amigos no Facebook. (Ler mais: O Parlamento Europeu no Facebook: as “publicações” mais populares do ano )

 

Os cinco artigos mais lidos do primeiro semestre de 2015

Outros Instituições27-07-2015 - 09:00
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Um concurso de fotografia, a situação na Ucrânia, a presença do Parlamento Europeu nas redes sociais, a igualdade de género e a integração europeia dos Balcãs Ocidentais são os temas dos artigos mais lidos dos primeiros seis meses de 2015 no sítio web do Parlamento Europeu. Clique nas hiperligações e explore. (Ler mais: Os cinco artigos mais lidos do primeiro semestre de 2015 )

 
Lux Prize 2015  

The three films competing for the 2015 LUX Prize were announced on 24 July in Rome by EP vice-president Antonio Tajani and culture committee chair Silvia Costa, at the Venice Days press conference. The films are: Mediterranea by Jonas Carpignano (Italy, United States, Germany, France, Qatar), Mustang, by Deniz Gamze Ergüven (France, Germany, Turkey, Qatar) and Urok (The Lesson) by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov (Bulgaria, Greece). (Read more: Mediterranea, Mustang and Urok (The Lesson) shortlisted for the 2015 Lux Prize )

 

Luxembourg Presidency priorities discussed by EP committees

AFET TRAN TAXE SEDE REGI PETI PECH LIBE JURI ITRE INTA IMCO FEMM ENVI EMPL ECON DROI DEVE CULT CONT AFCO BUDG AGRI Institutions17-07-2015 - 11:20

The priorities of Luxembourg EU Council Presidency will be outlined to the various parliamentary committees by Luxembourg ministers in a series of meetings to be held during this week. (Read more: Luxembourg Presidency priorities discussed by EP committees )

 

A draft EU law that would enable any member state to restrict or prohibit the use of EU-approved GMO food or feed on its territory was strongly opposed by MEPs from all political groups in a debate on Wednesday. Members were concerned that the draft did not include an impact assessment, that member state measures might not be compatible with single market or WTO rules and that the proposal might prove unworkable. (Read more: GMO imports: MEPs object to draft law allowing national bans, call for plan B )

 

Economic and Monetary Affairs MEPs debate Euro Summit deal with Greece

ECON Economic and monetary affairs16-07-2015 - 13:26

The rescue package for Greece agreed at the 12-13 July Eurozone Summit on Greece was debated in the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee on Thursday. Members gave their views on the deal struck by Greece and its creditors, the functioning of the Eurozone, the role played by the European Parliament and on Parliament’s future involvement in monitoring the implementation of the agreement. (Read more: Economic and Monetary Affairs MEPs debate Euro Summit deal with Greece )

 
Refugees at the Mytilini harbour short time before they enter a ferry boat with the destination Athens-Piraeus  

A binding emergency mechanism to relocate an initial total of 40,000 asylum seekers from Italy and Greece to other EU member states was backed by civil liberties MEPs on Thursday. An upcoming permanent scheme, on which Parliament will decide jointly with the Council, must be based "on a more substantial contribution to solidarity and responsibility-sharing among member states", MEPs say. (Read more: MEPs want a binding and permanent scheme to distribute asylum seekers in the EU )

 

Air quality: Environment MEPs call for tougher new national caps on pollutants

ENVI Environment / Public health15-07-2015 - 16:46
A view of London city from ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, Britain.  

As air pollution is responsible for around 400,000 premature deaths in the EU yearly, Environment MEPs on Wednesday tightened up Commission plans and called for more ambitious national caps on emissions of six main pollutants, such as sulphur dioxide, particulate matter and nitrogen oxides in order to cut emissions by 70% across the EU and save €40bn in air pollution costs by 2030. MEPs also want to include emissions reduction ceilings on mercury, and a midpoint target for most caps of 2025. (Read more: Air quality: Environment MEPs call for tougher new national caps on pollutants )