EU affairs

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5 numbers to take away from Strasbourg

EU affairs - 17.11.2017 08:00

From the Paradise Papers, anti-dumping rules, the protection of consumers online to the 2017 Lux Prize and asylum seekers law, here are the 5 numbers to take away from the plenary.

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Coming up: Children’s rights, artificial intelligence and much more

EU affairs - 17.11.2017 08:00

It’s a busy week ahead as the European Parliament is set to welcome African leaders, a representative from the European Asylum Support Office, and even children to Brussels. Up for discussion are media in the age of artificial intelligence and a renewed push to eliminate violence against women.

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5 numbers to take away from Strasbourg

EU affairs - 27.10.2017 08:00

From the EU budget for next year, to the complete ban of glyphosate-based herbicides by 2022 and the winner of the 2017 Sakharov Prize, here are five numbers to take away from Strasbourg.

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Posted workers: same work, same country, same pay

EU affairs - 23.10.2017 09:00

The European Parliament is updating the rules on posted workers which date back to 1996. The objective is to better protect European workers who go abroad for temporary assignments and to avoid any form of social dumping.

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Coming up: Sakharov Prize, border checks, whistle-blowers and more

EU affairs - 20.10.2017 10:00

In the second plenary session of October, MEPs decide and reveal the winner of the 2017 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. They also tackle issues concerning a new entry-exit border system, better controlling carcinogen exposure at work, protecting whistle-blowers and much more.

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Migration crisis: sharing the burden

EU affairs - 18.10.2017 10:00

MEPs are revising the Dublin Regulation -- the EU law that determines which country is responsible for processing asylum applications. The current system puts too much burden on frontline states like Greece and Italy. As such, lawmakers are advocating fairer distribution of asylum seekers among all member states as well as mandatory participation.

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Reinforcing e-privacy

EU affairs - 17.10.2017 10:00

The European Parliament is updating data protection rules to include new forms of communication such as WhatsApp and other instant messengers. The aim is to better protect people's privacy.

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European Youth Event 2018

EU affairs - 11.10.2017 09:30

Want to hang out with 8,000 young people next summer? The European Parliament in Strasbourg is hosting the European Youth Event (EYE) on 1-2 June 2018. Get political and join in debates or kick back at live concerts, theatre shows and other performances. Europe's youth is its future. That's why we want to hear what you have to say.

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Coming up: Sakharov Prize, e-privacy, Monsanto papers and more

EU affairs - 06.10.2017 10:00

MEPs are set to decide on the top three nominees for this year's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. Also on the agenda are expanded e-privacy rules to protect instant messengers like Whatsapp, updated anti-dumping rules, the problem of dual quality food products, glyphosate and much more.