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European Parliament Past Events 2014

The European Parliament UK Office organised a debate to mark the awarding of the Sakharov Prize. The debate addressed religious and human rights and brought together academics, policy-makers, interest associations and journalists. It was open to the public and was hosted jointly withUCL European Institute.
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Question your MEPs on the issues that are affecting you and your organisation. Find out how access to EU funds and support. Learn how the EU is affecting your local area and what's coming up. The event started with a moderated panel discussion followed by Q&As. The event was free to attend.
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As part of the UK Film Festival and co-inciding with Parliament Week three LUX prize-winning films have been premiered in London on 17-19 November. These films were the very first to be screened at the brand new Mondrian cinema on London's Southbank. The three films are listed here.
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We have been hosting a number of events and activities for young people in November as part of Parliament Week - a UK Parliament initiative that connects people across the UK with parliaments and democracy.
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We examine the role of national parliaments and the European Parliament in law-making and decision-making in the EU. We take a closer look at democratic scrutiny, subsidiarity and at recent proposals to enhance national parliamentary involvement in EU affairs.
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As the new political groups in the European Parliament take shape for the 2014-19 session, we look into the power-play between them and the likely effect this will have on legislative output and the election of the President of the European Commission.
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A panel of experts give their analysis and answer the audience's questions about what happened at the European elections 2014 and what it means for the UK.
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RESULTS of the European elections 2014 came through from across the EU on the evening of 25th May. There was be a live feed on our website and an event at Europe House in London from 7.00pm as we found out how the people of Britain and across the EU voted.
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A political debate with candidates from the main parties in advance of the European elections on 22nd May 2014. In collaboration with Faiths Forum London
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The European Parliament invites you to an evening of debate to discuss this with the award-winning TV & radio presenter, Connor Phillips. There will also be comedy with Tim McGarry. Hashtag for the evening #ReactNI
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The European Parliament elections take place on 22 May 2014. Join in on a political debate with candidates from the main parties.
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Elections briefings for journalists. First session with Simon Hix, Professor of European and Comparative Politics, London School of Economics and Political Science. Second session with Dutch MEP Derk Jan Eppink, Retiring Conservatives and Reformists Group MEP for Brussels.
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Comedy, poetry, Welsh culture and the EU?! What a mixture! Come and join in on an evening of entertainment and discussion.
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On the eve of International Women's Day and as the UK government prepares to publish the modern slavery bill, a panel of speakers from a wide multitude of perspectives (political, social, media…) debated how to fight against human trafficking, the roots of the problem and the measures in place to identify effective solutions at national and European levels.
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In the context of the 2014 European elections, these high-profile speakers reflected on the accountability and efficiency of the European Parliament over the last 20 years of co-decision and look forward to the future. The discussion aimed to shed light on some of the complexitites of democratic accountability and the significance of the May 2014 elections.
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The LSE European Institute and the European Parliament Information office in the UK and the UK Parliament jointly hosted this panel discussion at the LSE. The event was free and open to the public.
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The LSE European Institute and the European Parliament Information Office in the UK hosted a panel discussion at the LSE. The event was free and open to the public. Dr Matthew Goodwin and Peter Kellner will be in conversation with Prof Maurice Fraser about the rise of Euroscepticism, its causes and its prospects in the context of the European elections in May 2014.
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