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Climate Change, children of foreign fighters and Europe in Flux

Your weekly dose of European Parliament stories

 
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Highlights

COP 25/Climate change. Ahead of the 2019 UN Climate Change Conference scheduled for December, the Environment and Public Health Committee will vote on the European Parliament’s draft objectives for the next global actions to fight climate change (Wednesday).

Children/foreign fighters. The situation of children of foreign fighters held in Syria and Iraq, and their possible return or repatriation to the EU, will be debated by the Civil Liberties Committee together with the subcommittees on Human Rights and Security and Defence. Experts from the UN Refugee Agency, EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator office, Belgium’s Coordination Unit for Threat Analysis as well as Save the Children will join the discussion (Thursday).

Syrian refugees in Turkey.Committees on Foreign Affairs, Development and Civil Liberties together with representatives from the UN Refugee Agency, European Commission and European External Action Service will examine the situation with Syrian refugees in that country as well as the management of the €6 billion fund that EU assigned to Turkey to take care of the refugees (Wednesday).

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Europe in Flux

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On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, this exhibition looks at the immediate repercussions in eastern Europe in the wake of this historical event.

The exhibition is open between the 6th of November and the 6th of December, between 10am and 6pm, at Europe House in the 12-Star Gallery.

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Further details here

 
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