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During the week of 10-16 May viewers across Europe can watch and vote for the European LUX Award finalist films, as well as participate in a live debate with the film directors.

On Monday Culture and Education MEPs adopted its recommendation for European Parliament to back the 2021-2027 editions of Erasmus+, Creative Europe and European Solidarity Corps.

EU’s digital education policy needs to be shaped according to the needs and access gaps exposed by the sudden COVID-19-driven shift to teleworking and online learning.

Reducing gender, social or cultural bias in AI technologies is key, said the Culture and Education Committee in a resolution adopted on Tuesday.

The EU digital education policy has to be shaped according to gaps exposed by the COVID-19-driven sudden shift to teleworking and online learning.

MEPs call on the Commission and member states to increase their efforts to prevent the pandemic from having lasting negative effects on young people and the sports sector.

Ministers outlined the priorities of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

The EU and Member States need to provide financial, strategic and practical support, in order to avoid lasting effects of the pandemic for young peple and sports.

COVID-19 continues to negatively affect the cultural heritage sector and the EU must respond with a durable policy to preserve the EU culture monuments for future generations.

The Culture and Education committee on Monday confirmed the provisional agreements with Council on Erasmus+, Creative Europe and European Solidarity Corps programmes for 2021-2027.