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MEPs approved new rights for consumers, called for an end to homelessness and set out their position on the EU’s industrial strategy during the 23-26 November plenary session.
LUX Award, the European Parliament’s film prize, is undergoing major changes to bring even more European films to an even larger European audience.
Consumer rights, media freedom and an industrial strategy to help tackle the crisis are on the agenda of the plenary session taking place on 23-26 November.
Are you 16-30 and working on a project with a European dimension? Apply for the 2021 Charlemagne Youth Prize and win funds to further develop your initiative.
MEPs elected the Parliament president as well as vice-presidents and quaestors in July 2019. Find out from our infographic who was chosen for Parliament's key posts.
With a deal reached on the EU's 2021-2027 budget, recovery funds should get flowing as soon as possible, said budgets committee chair Johan Van Overtveldt.
Protecting and sustainably managing forests is critical to fighting the climate crisis. Find out what measures the European Parliament is calling for.
MEPs will focus on the Covid-19 crisis, the EU budget and the rule of law in a busy week featuring both committee meetings and a plenary session.
The EU is preparing rules which would make it possible to stop payments from the EU budget to member states that do not respect the rule of law.
Find out what the EU is doing to help Europe get back on its feet following the devastating economic effects brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Committees are the powerhouses of the European Parliament’s legislative work. Find out who heads them up.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced Parliament to limit physical meetings and function remotely, but MEPs continue to approve urgent measures and work on long-term priorities.