In the latest public opinion survey, four out of five respondents (81%) say the EU should only provide funds to Member States that respect the rule of law and democratic values.Read more : EU recovery funds should only go to countries respecting Rule of Law
The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland, European Movement Ireland and the European Commission Representation in Ireland held an online roundtable discussion this morning ahead of the upcoming State of the Union debate in the European Parliament, to be opened by Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on 15 September 2021.Read more : SOTEU 2021: What will it mean for Ireland?
The European Parliament is calling for proposals from media outlets for grants in support to the Conference on the Future of Europe
The European Parliament just launched a call for proposals to select actions which will contribute to support the Conference on the Future of Europe. The grant will be given to select projects outlined by media outlets across the European Union.Read more : The European Parliament is calling for proposals from media outlets for grants in support to the Conference on the Future of Europe
Parliament’s latest survey of public opinion shows that support for the EU remains high, despite the pandemic and 70% of Irish people feel that the health benefits of the COVID-19 restrictions outweighed the economic damage.Read more : EU citizens support the EU but want reform
The European Parliament Ambassador School Programme (EPAS) is celebrating it's five year anniversary. That is 60 months of successful cooperation between teachers, schools and the European Parliament, teaching students across Ireland about democracy and their rights as EU citizens.Read more : Five Years of EPAS Programme across the EU!
Today, to mark the 100th year anniversary of the birth of Andrei Sakharov and celebrate last year's winners of the prestigious prize for freedom of thought named by the European Parliament in Sakharov's honour, we held an event entitled 'EU standing with the people of Belarus on the Sakharov centenary’.Read more : EU standing with the people of Belarus on the Sakharov Centenary
The inaugural event to launch the Conference on the Future of Europe will take place in the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Europe Day, Sunday 9 May.Read more : Conference on the Future of Europe: inaugural event in Strasbourg on 9 May
Representing the Netherlands, St. Joseph's Secondary School, Tulla, Co. Clare, a former participant in the European Parliament Ambassador Schools Programme (EPAS), won the competition which this year was taking place virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Read more : Former EPAS school St. Joseph's Tulla win this year's Model Council of the EU
The European Parliament in collaboration with Galway 2020, and youth organisations presents EYE on the Edge, an exciting new festival created and curated by young people. Originally planned as a 2-day festival in Galway the EYE on the Edge is now going fully online and will happen in multiple locations right across Galway, Ireland, Europe and beyond from the 23rd to the 25th of April!Read more : The European Parliament and Galway 2020 preparing for EYE on the edge
The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland is delighted to announce that Onus Magazine, represented by Angela Hajdukovic, Fashion Editor, has been declared the winner of the 2021 Charlemagne Youth Prize for Ireland.Read more : Ireland’s winner of the Charlemagne Youth Prize announced
This year we are marking International Women's Day by celebrating inspirational women and female leadership. MEPs and some of Ireland's leading female influencers join us in a variety of events and activities.Read more : IWD 2021: The EP celebrates female leadership