MEPs will address concerns over the rule of law in Poland and vote on a climate resolution ahead of the COP26 conference during the plenary session on 18-21 October.
People from across the EU met in Strasbourg to discuss trade, relations with the US and China and Europe’s approach to migration 15-17 October.
The 2021 finalists for the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought are Afghan women, Jeanine Áñez and Alexei Navalny.
Young people can again register for free rail tickets until 28 October, thanks to the Discover EU initiative, supported by the European Parliament.
The EU plans to make life easier for consumers and reduce waste by making USB-C the common charger for smartphones and other mobile devices.
Parliament’s journalism prize has been awarded to the Pegasus Project that revealed government spying on journalists, politicians and others.
From stolen data to blocked hospital systems: cyberattacks can have perilous consequences. Learn more about cybersecurity and its importance.
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Parliament's Parlamentarium visitors’ centre has received more than 2.5 million visitors since first opening its doors 10 years ago.
MEPs discussed solutions to the current energy price hikes as well as new tax avoidance revelations during October's first plenary session.
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Participants of the third EU citizens’ panel shared ideas on fighting climate change and improving the environment and healthcare when they met on 1-3 October.