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This is a call for EU action grants for communication activities in the field of media managed by DG Communication of the European Parliament, ahead of the 2024 European Elections.
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Today, at Dublin's Goethe Institute, the European Parliament presented the European Citizen’s Prize to the two Irish winners, Jigsaw and Nasc Migrant Youth.
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Media play a major role in informing Irish citizens on the activities of the European Union and its institutions. A dedicated Eurobarometer survey published today takes an in-depth look at media habits, trust in different media sources as well as attitudes towards the threat of disinformation.                    
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This historic day follows Taoiseach Micheál Martin's speech in the EP in early June " And enlargement has been essential to strengthening our Union as a whole... I strongly support Ukraine’s application for membership and I look forward to the Commission’s Opinion." - Martin
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According to the Eurobarometer survey published today, 86% of Irish people see EU membership as a good thing, compared with 65% of Europeans as a whole.                                                                                                                                                             
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On the occasion of the unveiling of the bust of John Hume on Wednesday, Chris Patten gave an insightful lecture on Hume's life and legacy. Find the transcript below.
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Taoiseach Michéal Martin addressed plenary at the European Parliament this morning as part of the "This is Europe" series. This followed the unveiling of the bronze bust of John Hume by the Taoiseach and President Roberta Metsola yesterday. Find his speech below.
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President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola and Taoiseach Micheál Martin will unveil a bronze bust of the late John Hume in Strasbourg. Following this, the Taoiseach will give an address to the European Parliament on Wednesday morning.
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The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland was delighted to host a special event on Friday 20th of May for the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) in Europe House.
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The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland was delighted to host in-person award ceremonies, marking the end of another successful year of the European Parliament Ambassador School programme in Ireland.
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MEPs are calling for: A special UN tribunal for war crimes in Ukraine; Step up delivery of weapons to allow Ukraine to defend itself; Severe consequences in the case of weapons of mass destruction use by Russia
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