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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.
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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.
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Today, against the background of several major money laundering scandals, Frances Fitzgerald MEP chaired an event orgnaised by EPLO Ireland entitled 'Anti-Money Laundering: a new Action Plan for Ireland and Europe'.
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The European Citizen's Prize was launched by the European Parliament in 2008 to recognise exceptional achievements by Europeans. Thirty individuals and organisations from around Europe have been awarded the prize in the 2020 edition, including two from Ireland.
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The latest Parlemeter revealed that 74% of Irish citizens want to see the European Parliament play a greater role, this compares to 63% of Europeans as a whole. 
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The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland warmly congratulates Helen English, Senior Ambassador in the European Parliament Ambassador School (EPAS) programme, who has been selected by the European Commission to feature in the #EUwomen4future campaign.
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We were very sad to learn of the passing of Joe Fahy on 9 February 2021.  Joe was the first Head of the European Parliament Office in Ireland from 1973, having previously worked as a journalist at RTE. Even after his retirement, Joe called regularly at the office for a chat with his former colleagues, who remember him very fondly. Our thoughts are with his family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
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The European Parliament Liaison Office in Dublin was delighted to join with the European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington DC in bringing the Bridge the Pond initiative to Ireland.  This initiative sees secondary school students in the European Union debate and discuss key topical issues with high school students from the United States.  
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Today, on International Holocaust Memorial Day, the European Parliament remembers that 76 years ago the gates of Auschwitz-Birkenau were opened, revealing the horror of the Nazi genocide.
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A report by Frances Fitzgerald, MEP for Dublin and full Member of the Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Committee, on “The gender perspective in the COVID-19 crisis and post-crisis period” has today (Thursday) been adopted by the European Parliament by a large majority of 485 votes in favour, 86 votes against and 108 abstentions.  
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The European Parliament Liaison Office in Dublin is proud to announce the winner of our Sakharov Prize Student Journalism Competition. Rory Clarke, Business and Law student from UCD, has been awarded a trip to Strasbourg for his article “Las Damas de Blanco & the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought”, published in UCD’s University Observer.  
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