Citizens’ panels will meet over the coming months to discuss the EU’s future and make recommendations. Find out more.
From supporting farmers to protecting the environment, the EU's farm policy covers a range of different goals. Learn how EU agriculture is funded, its history and its future.
If you are aged between 16 and 30 and want to shape the future of Europe, take part in the EYE2021 online and make your voice heard.
Check out our timeline to find out how the EU is tackling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in 2021.
MEPs are ready to negotiate with member states to reinforce the EU’s disease prevention and control framework and jointly tackle cross-border health threats.
Find out how the EU aims to increase the attractiveness of the European Blue Card for highly-skilled migrants.
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Radicalisation is a growing cross-border threat. But what is it, what are the causes and what is the EU doing to prevent it?
The number of terrorist attacks and victims of terror in the EU continued to decrease in 2019. Check out our graph to see the evolution of jihadist terrorism since 2014.
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Stopping terrorism requires tackling issues such as foreign fighters, border controls and cutting off funds. Learn about the EU’s counter terrorism policies.
The first of the four European citizens’ panels met in Strasbourg on 17-19 September to discuss the economy, education, culture and the digital revolution.
The EU has some of world's highest animal welfare standards. Find out how the legislation protects wildlife, pets as well as farm and laboratory animals.
MEPs discussed the state of the EU and the situation in Afghanistan and approved the EU Blue Card reform and a fund to help with the impact of Brexit during September's plenary session.
People at risk following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan should be given help, MEPs said in a debate on the country’s future.
The EU’s health policy aims to foster good health, provide protection from health threats and harmonise strategies between member states.
The State of the EU debate, looking at work to date and plans for the future, takes place on 15 September in Strasbourg. Follow it live.