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Self-driving cars in the EU: from science fiction to reality
Self-driving cars in the EU: from science fiction to reality

Driverless vehicles will be on the EU market from 2020. What are the benefits? What is the EU doing to face the challenges of the automated transport sector?  Leer ms

All you need to know about the 2019 European elections
All you need to know about the 2019 European elections

From 23 to 26 May 2019, people in the EU vote for the next European Parliament. Its the moment to make your voice heard. Find out all about it below. By voting in the European elections, people living in the EU get to choose the 705 members that will represent them in the European Parliament until 2024. Leer ms

Stronger anti-money laundering supervision for a stable banking and financial sector  Q&AStronger anti-money laundering supervision for a stable banking and financial sector Q&A

The Commission proposed to further strengthen the supervision of EU financial institutions to better address money-laundering and terrorist financing threats. While the EU has strong anti-money laundering rules in place, recent cases involving money laundering in some EU banks have raised concerns that those rules are not always supervised and enforced effectively across the EU.  Leer ms

How fair do Europeans think life in the EU is?How fair do Europeans think life in the EU is?

New poll shows most Europeans think life is generally fair, but have concerns over justice, political decisions and income inequality. The results of this surveywill contribute to tackling wider questions of perceived unfairness in employment, education, health and society at large.  Leer ms

How travelling in Europe can boost active citizenshipConducted as part of the EU-funded CATCH-EyoU project

How travelling in Europe can boost active citizenship

New research shows that the more Europes youth visit other Member States, the more civically engaged they will become at home. Cross-border mobility during adolescence and youth contributes significantly to young European citizens sense of belonging and civil participation, according to the findings of a recent study.  Leer ms

Whos smarter in the classroom: men or women?Whos smarter in the classroom: men or women?

If you believe it, you can achieve it. Youve probably heard this motivational phrase more than once. But what if your beliefs about your own intelligence compared to others come down to your gender? Leer ms

EU elections: how many MEPs will each country get in 2019?EU elections: how many MEPs will each country get in 2019?

The proposal, adopted in Parliament on 7 February, calls for a reduction in the overall number of seats after the UKs withdrawal from the EU comes into force, but also suggests to allocate additional MEPs to some EU countries. The new rules would come into force in time for the European elections in 2019, but will have to be approved by member states. Leer ms

Where does respect for others begin? Launch of the manual "Writing Peace"Where does respect for others begin? Launch of the manual "Writing Peace"

"Writing Peace" is a manual that invites young audiences to discover contemporary writings by introducing them to a sample of them. Its goal is to make the world appear a little closer and a little more familiar. "Writing Peace" encourages children (aged 8 to 14) to become aware of the interdependence of cultures through familiarization with contemporary writing systems, their history, and their borrowings. Leer ms

Who is lobbying the EU? Who is lobbying the EU?

The European Parliament, Commission and Council have agreed to start talks in early 2018 on setting up joint rules that will bring more transparency to the activities of interest representatives at the EU level.  Leer ms

Have you heard about #YouthWiki?
Have you heard about #YouthWiki?

The Youth Wiki is Europes first online encyclopaedia of national structures, policies and actions supporting young people. Leer ms

Youth employment: the EU measures to make it workYouth employment: the EU measures to make it work

More young people became unemployed in the wake of the economic crisis. Find out the EU measures to help them and the improvements proposed by Parliament. Leer ms

How has the EU progressed towards the Sustainable Development Goals?How has the EU progressed towards the Sustainable Development Goals?

Sustainable development aims to achieve a continuous improvement in citizens quality of life and well-being. This involves the pursuit of economic progress, while safeguarding the natural environment and promoting social justice. For these reasons, sustainable development is a fundamental and overarching objective of the European Union. Leer ms

Climate change: what are the objectives of COP23?Climate change: what are the objectives of COP23?

The COP conferences are a series of summits where countries discuss how to tackle climate change and stands for Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The next one in Bonn will be the 23rd one, dedicated to discussing how to follow up on the Paris agreement, which was the result of a previous COP summit. Leer ms

How Parliament wants to increase protectionOnline privacy

How Parliament wants to increase protection

The EU is working on new rules to help people take control over how their data is used. This Thursday Parliaments civil liberties committee is expected on proposals such as increasing peoples right to use encrypted services and preventing internet users from not being able to access a website if they refuse to accept cookies.  Leer ms

Live Facebook chat with President Antonio TajaniState of the Union

Live Facebook chat with President Antonio Tajani

Ahead of the State of the Union debate, Parliament President Antonio Tajani will answer your questions in a live Facebook chat this Tuesday, 12 September. Leer ms

Live Facebook chat with President Antonio TajaniState of the Union

Live Facebook chat with President Antonio Tajani

Ahead of the State of the Union debate, Parliament President Antonio Tajani will answer your questions in a live Facebook chat this Tuesday, 12 September. Leer ms

How to guarantee quality jobs for youth?How to guarantee quality jobs for youth?

Four years after the adoption of the Council Recommendation, how is the Youth Guarantee working? Is it effectively reaching out to all young people? Is it providing quality offers and long term solutions?  Leer ms

What MEPs will work on in the second half of 2017What MEPs will work on in the second half of 2017

Parliament is getting ready for a season of political debates and votes on important legislation in climate, migration, the digital market and other areas.  Leer ms

European Parliament traineeshipsEuropean Parliament traineeships

Traineeships at the European Parliament offer you the opportunity to get an insight in the EU institutions, discover the decision-making process, make many new international connections and challenge yourself in one of the most multicultural environments. Its also a great experience at the heart of the European Union and a chance to expand your cultural horizons. You can apply for a Schuman traineeships between 15 August and 15 October. Leer ms

The importance of multilingualism in EuropeThe importance of multilingualism in Europe

More than half of Europeans (54%) are able to have a conversation in a foreign language, according to a 2012 Eurobarometer survey, while 25% can speak at least two additional languages. Although the European Parliament is keen to promote language learning, it also believes it is important for people to be able to follow its work in their own language Leer ms

Which country has the best reputation in 2017?Which country has the best reputation in 2017?

On June 29, we revealed the results of the 2017 Country RepTrak Study as well as the Pulse scores of the top 20 ranked nations. Access the report for the data and trends like the impact of Brexit and the Trump presidency. What is country brand and how does it influence local brands?  Leer ms

How taste and sound affect when you buyHow taste and sound affect when you buy

Theres a reason marketers make appeals to our senses; the "snap, crackle and pop" of Rice Krispies makes us want to buy the cereal and eat it. But as savvy as marketers are, they may be missing a key ingredient in their campaigns. New research finds the type of sensory experience an advertisement conjures up in our mind--taste and touch vs. sight and sound -- has a fascinating effect on when we make purchases. Leer ms

End of roaming: the fight to abolish surcharges abroadFrom 15 June 2017

End of roaming: the fight to abolish surcharges abroad

From 15 June 2017 Europeans can use their phone in any EU country and pay what they would pay at home. All extra roaming charges cease to exist. Leer ms

WiFi4EU initiative: how will it work?WiFi4EU initiative: how will it work?

European citizens will soon benefit from the WiFi4EU initiative which supports installing free public Wi-Fi hotspots in local communities across the EU: in public squares, town halls, parks, libraries, and other public spaces. European citizens will soon benefit from the WiFi4EU initiative which supports installing free public Wi-Fi hotspots in local communities across the EU: in public squares, town halls, parks, libraries, and other public spaces. Leer ms

What is Europe doing to boost economy?What is Europe doing to boost economy?

Following the economic crisis, the European Parliament has been working hard to encourage investment and growth and rebuild confidence in the banking and financial system. MEPs have adopted new regulations on banks, supported a plan to boost investment in Europes economy, strengthened economic policy coordination in the EU and proposed ways to tackle tax evasion. Leer ms
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