2024 European elections - 6 to 9 June 2024

Citizens in the EU Member States will elect their representatives to the European Parliament during the European elections of 6 to 9 June. The newly elected Members, representing EU citizens until 2029, will meet in July to elect their President, Vice-Presidents and Quaestors. They will decide on the composition of Parliament's standing and sub committees - thereby launching the new legislative term. The committees will then hold their first meetings to elect their respective Chairs and Vice-Chairs.
Obstetric and gynaecological
29-04-2024 - 10:11

Obstetric and gynaecological violence encompasses multiple forms of harmful practices perpetrated during obstetric and gynaecological care. This form of gender-based violence is not recognised by national laws. FEMM Committee Chair, Robert Biedroń, presents the latest study to show that initiatives are being taken to improve healthcare professionals’ understanding of the issues at stake to raise awareness, to foster positive changes, and to help adopt a more gender-sensitive approach.

calendar 2024
29-04-2024 - 10:11

The European Parliament’s calendar for 2024 is available through the link below. Parliament decides its annual calendar of work on the basis of a proposal by the Conference of Presidents. It is divided into plenary sittings (part-sessions) and meetings.

Committee meeting
29-04-2024 - 10:10

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