Parliamentary committees will this week deal with Brexit, a free trade deal with Vietnam and discuss security matters with Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg.
During the first plenary session of 2020, Parliament called for more ambitious measures to tackle climate change and to put citizens at the centre of an initiative to reform the EU..
Plant and animal species are disappearing at an ever faster rate due to human activity. What are the causes and why does biodiversity matter?
Find out how Europe wants to fund projects to tackle climate change and support regions that are most affected by the transition to a green economy.
Parliament highlights that assurances are needed on the protection of citizens’ rights to ensure its consent to the Withdrawal Agreement.
Working women in the EU earn on average 16% less per hour than men. Find out how this gender pay gap is calculated and the reasons behind it.
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The King of Jordan underlined the importance of peace in the Middle East during an address to MEPs in Strasbourg on Wednesday 15 January.
What is the best way to improve the EU so that it is better able to meet future challenges? Find out what ideas Parliament and others have come up with.
MEPs debate the situation in Iran following recent escalations today. What led to the current state of affairs and what role can the EU play?
Croatia took over the rotating Council Presidency from Finland on 1 January 2020. We asked Croatian MEPs what they expect from it.
Moving to a climate neutral economy, citizens’ rights after Brexit and the crisis in the Middle East are among the topics being dealt with during the first plenary session of 2020.
Take part in the European Youth Event (EYE) in Strasbourg on 29-30 May and help shape the future of Europe with other young Europeans.
Parliament is actually closer than you think. It is not only in Strasbourg and Brussels: there is a liaison office in 35 European cities and activities all over the EU.
Two coastal cities, Galway in Ireland and Rijeka in Croatia, are this year's European Capitals of Culture.
The EU is working on a slew of new legislative proposals to make Europe a better place to live. Read on to discover what you can expect in 2020.
How well do you know Europe? Find out by taking part in our winter challenge! See how many European capitals you can identify correctly.
As more of us turn to online shopping, watch our video to discover five ways the EU makes e-commerce safer for everyone.
A very merry Christmas from all of us at the European Parliament and all the best for 2020.