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Latest news, events and information about the European Parliament

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This event will examine the challenges faced by the cultural sector/creative industries in the post-BREXIT environment and how Parliaments and stakeholders can work together to find solutions.
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Sophie Michael, Attica, 2013 (film still)
Established in 2001, the Arts Bursary of the British School at Athens (BSA) offers artists the opportunity to develop their practice by spending time in Greece. This exhibition celebrates the work of those artists who have spent time at the BSA over the past two decades. Ranging across painting, film, sound, and sculpture, the artworks showcase the diverse ways in which these artists have engaged with and responded to the BSA, contemporary Athens, and the wider Greek landscape, often drawing on Greece’s deep past and the archaeological activities of the BSA. Each artwork is accompanied by a personal reflection on their residency written by the artist. By coincidence the exhibition also falls within the year in which Greece marks the 200th anniversary of its independence.
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Statement by David McAllister and Bernd Lange on the UK government’s new ‘command paper’ titled “Northern Ireland Protocol: the way forward”.
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Coming up

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Looking back: the first half of 2021

The first half of 2021 saw the European Parliament working to end the pandemic and set the EU on the road to recovery. A greener and fairer EU, open and constructive relations with the rest of the world and protecting Europeans against Covid-19 were on the agenda. Let’s look back at what Parliament has achieved since the beginning of 2021.

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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.

 
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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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