The second in a season of Europe House Talks organised by the European Parliament's office in London featuring leading writers and artists discussing issues of contemporary interest with a European focus.
The first of a season of Europe House Talks organised by the European Parliament's office in London featuring leading writers and artists discussing issues of contemporary interest with a European focus.
This high-level 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. The Chair of the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee will be joined by MEPs from the European Parliament's Culture and Education committee and a distinguished industry representative for a timely and insightful discussion.
As the European Parliament continues to examine the text of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement ahead of its consent vote, this event will examine the governance arrangements for the agreement, which is one of the areas MEPs have are expressing concerns about.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Sturm und Klang ensemble performed live at the museum. Experience music by European composers impacted by Nazi violence and the Shoah in their bodies and minds, and discover a new piece created especially for the occasion. Learn about the way the Holocaust and its memory feature in the museum's permanent exhibition and contribute to shaping its narrative, during an introductory talk by Blandine Smilansky from the Events and Learning Team.
The current COVID crisis has seen an increased, unequal burden placed upon women. In both our health services and voluntary organisations, but also in the home where many have to juggle work, home schooling and being carers. We have also seen truly inspirational and re-assuring leadership by women in dealing with the pandemic and its consequences.
Join in a participatory online art project re-imagining the relationship between the United Kingdom and France. As we adjust to the new physical and emotional borders now placed between the UK and its continental neighbours, I Love You, Moi Non Plus is a digital art project that allows everyone to imagine and express what this historical change might mean for the UK-French relationship today and in the future.
The European Parliament Liaison Office in London organised an online discussion on the fate of child refugees past and present. This marked Holocuast Memorial Day on 27 January, which commemorates the tragedy of the Holocaust that occurred during the Second World War.