MEPs debated the state of the EU, came up with measures to fight Covid-19 and opened the way for the recovery plan during a busy September plenary.
Find out about this year's nominees for the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
Europe should support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis, say MEPs in a resolution adopted on 17 September.
The State of the European Union debate on 16 September focused on new EU plans to tackle climate change, racism, health threats and migration.
MEPs accelerate the procedure that will enable the EU to borrow €750 billion for the “Next Generation EU” recovery plan.
Greenhouse gas emissions from international aviation have more than doubled over the past two decades, while those from shipping have also increased. Check out our infographics.
The EU is taking many measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and its impact. Check out our timeline for a clear picture by theme.
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The EU Civil Protection Mechanism will be strengthened to equip the EU to respond effectively to emergencies, including medical ones such as the Covid-19 pandemic.
To fund the Covid-19 recovery and invest in Europe’s future, Parliament is calling for new streams of revenue for the EU budget. Learn more in our video.
MEPs will review the state of the EU with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and adopt a position on EU budget sources during September's plenary session.
Find out how to follow the State of the Union debate on 16 September, looking at what the EU has done recently and what still needs to be done.
As the world struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic, the EU is supporting efforts to develop vaccines and effective treatments as soon as possible.
LUX Award, the European Parliament’s film prize, is undergoing major changes to bring even more European films to an even larger European audience.
A conference hosted by the European Parliament from 14 to 17 September will look at the challenges the Covid-19 crisis poses to democratic systems.
EU budget negotiations, a vote on a climate law and Covid-19 vaccines are on Parliament’s agenda this week.
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