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Here you can find information about the interparliamentary meetings organised by the EP in 2018.

Towards the CAP (Common Agriculture Policy) after 2020: the Future of Food and Farming, 24 April 2018

On 24 April 2018, in the afternoon (14:00 to 18:00), in room JAN 4Q2 the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI) organises a meeting with national Parliaments dedicated to an exchange of views on the upcoming Communication of the European Commission on the 'Future of Food and Farming' to be adopted in June 2018. This will predefine the framework of the future programming period as well as the effectiveness of the future Common Agriculture Policy.

Mr Czesław Adam SIEKIERSKI, AGRI Chair will open the meeting, which will be followed by interventions of guest speakers from the future Austrian EU Presidency, the French Senate, the European Commission and the Irish Houses of the Oireachtas.

National Parliaments will have the opportunity to express their views in regard to the future of the CAP with the members of AGRI on the main elements of the new agricultural policy with a special focus on implementation challenges at national level.

The ICM will be part of the monthly ordinary meeting of AGRI and is organised with the support of the Directorate for Relations with National Parliaments.

The agenda of the meeting isavailable via the link below.

International Womens' Day 2018: Empowering Women and Girls in Media and Information and Communication Technologies: Key for the future

The UN Global Compacts on refugees and migrants and the role of Parliaments

The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament in association with the Committee of Foreign Affairs organise an interparliamentary meeting with Members of national Parliaments under the title "The UN Global Compacts on refugees and migrants and the role of Parliaments". The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, 27 February 2018, from 14h30 to18h30, at the European Parliament premises in Brussels.

The interparliamentary committee meeting aims at bringing together Members of the national Parliaments and the European Parliament to discuss about the content of the UN Global Compacts. Furthermore, the interparliamentary committee meeting intends to strengthen the parliamentary dimension of the EU position and to support the work of the EEAS and of the Member States in the final phase of the process leading to the adoption of the Compacts. The outcome of the meeting will also contribute to develop an EP perspective on the negotiations, which will materialise in a plenary resolution to be adopted in March.

The UN agencies, the EEAS, the European Commission, the Council Presidency and different stakeholders from the civil society will participate in the discussions.

The European Agenda on Migration - What about Legal Avenues and Integration?