As the debate on audiovisual reform in the French Parliament begins on Wednesday 26 February, a group of parliamentarians and public figures call for more coverage of European issues in the media in an op-ed piece on "Le Monde".
Our MEPs' speeches at the February Plenary Session
Following the European Parliament's approval of the EU-Vietnam trade agreement this week, European Democrat MEPs remind us of the importance of defending and promoting our values in free trade agreements.
Congratulations to our Irish Vice-President, Marian Harkin for her excellent results in Sligo-Leitrim.
French MEP Laurence Farreng, member of the Committee on Culture and Education in the European Parliament, talks to us about the construction of Europe through education.
We are currently recruiting a policy and communications intern.
On Wednesday 15 January the European Parliament adopted a resolution on the European Commission's Green Deal.
French MEP Christophe Grudler explains the challenges of space development to improve our tools for observing the climate crisis.
The European Parliament hosted this afternoon a debate on the persistence of the gender pay gap in Europe that will lead to a resolution to be voted on at the end of the month in Brussels during the January plenary session in Brussels. The gap between men's and women's salaries in Europe currently stands at 16% although there are large differences between member states.
While budgetary discussions between the European institutions for the period 2021-2027 are currently ongoing (the famous "multiannual financial framework"), Sylvie Brunet comes back to the need to maintain European aid in the fight against poverty.