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Latest news, events and information about the European Parliament

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The new exhibition opening at Europe House, 12 Star Gallery offers a global perspective on European issues, however, placing a particular emphasis on the European Union and the United Nation’s joint ambitions to work together to build a more sustainable and fairer future for all, as outlined in the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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Alexandre Benjamin Navet, Gardens and Landscapes
This exhibition brings together a diverse and creative group of photographers from different backgrounds and cultures who are young and live in Europe. From the intimate photographs by Naomi Williams of her grandfather to the almost abstract photos by Le Quyen Nguyen. From Jimmi Wing Ka Ho’s black and white portraits that reveal a poetic interface between him, his subjects and the viewer as he explores complex political and societal questions to Hesther Ng's photographs from the Ukraine war.
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NEWS

Russia’s war against Ukraine has strengthened public support for the EU, the EP Spring Eurobarometer survey published today finds.
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The UK Contact Group co-Chairs David McAllister, Bernd Lange and Nathalie Loiseau issued the following statement on Tuesday after a meeting with Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič.
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On Thursday, MEPs adopted measures to continue supplying medicines from Great Britain to Northern Ireland, as well as to Cyprus, Ireland and Malta.
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Coming up

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The European Parliament will have a busy agenda when MEPs return in September. They will be looking to ensure the green transition and boost EU energy autonomy in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In addition, Parliament wants to see citizens’ proposals from the Conference on the Future of Europe delivered upon. MEPs are set to quiz the European Commission president during the State of the Union debate and will honour human rights advocates with the Sakharov Prize in December.

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Together.eu

Join the community. Have your say on Europe.

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together.eu is a pan-European community that encourages everybody to participate in democracy.
People like you are standing up to take action towards a brighter future in the European Union. Whether it's by getting involved in the political process or helping promote the importance of voting – together, we can help democracy play its rightful part in the European Union.

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EU citizens' corner

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Following the decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, many EU citizens living in the UK have been concerned that their rights might be affected and that they may no longer be represented in the European Parliament. This is not the case.

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Quiz: test your EU knowledge

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How well do you know the EU? Find out by taking part in our EU for beginners quiz.

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