EP President David Sassoli and the President of the German Bundestag Wolfgang Schäuble will address plenary to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
Following the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists on 2 November, MEPs will discuss how to protect them, on Wednesday afternoon.
MEPs will discuss the latest developments on the exploitation of hydrocarbon resources in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone on Wednesday afternoon.
As winter approaches, MEPs will assess the situation facing those stuck on the Greek islands and in Bosnia, in a debate with Council and Commission on Thursday.
Ahead of the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, MEPs will discuss the new challenges that children and youth face today.
In a draft resolution to be put to the vote on Thursday, MEPs express their deep concern over a law which could put teachers who provide sex education in prison.
Post-electoral deadly clashes between pro- and anti-government protesters, reported fraud and the resignation of the President has created a political vacuum.
Four hundred retail workers from Wallonia dismissed by the Carrefour supermarket chain should receive EU aid worth €1,632,028 to help find new jobs.
MEPs on Thursday will vote on further measures to close VAT loopholes when independent vendors sell goods through online marketplaces.
On Thursday, Parliament is set to oppose plans to authorise import of products containing four glyphosate- and glufosinate ammonium-resistant GMOs.
Newsletter - 13-14 November-2019 - Plenary session - Brussels