The institutions are there to serve the people and countries that make up the EU, but what do they do? Check out our infographic for a brief guide to the EU's institutions.
From 23 to 26 May 2019, people in the EU vote for the next European Parliament. It’s the moment to make your voice heard. Find out all about it below.
The EU is set to invest billions in high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and digital skills after MEPs approved funding for these projects for 2021-27.
With growing demand for cross-border online shopping in the EU, MEPs are working to ensure Europeans receive a high standard of protection regardless of where they carry out their purchases.
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During the last plenary session before May’s elections, MEPs approved new measures requiring life-saving technologies in vehicles and EU-wide standards to protect whistle-blowers.
Find out how the coordination of social security in the EU works and how Parliament wants to improve the system to make it easier to work abroad.
Ever wondered how much CO2 is emitted by cars or whether electric vehicles really are a cleaner alternative? Check out our infographics to find out.
Read what measures the European Union is taking to meet targets to reduce carbon emissions in different sectors in order to prevent climate change.
To reduce car emissions MEPs have adopted tougher CO2 limits on cars. Here’s what you should know the plans.
MEPs have approved plans to give the EU Border and Coast Guard Agency a standing corps of 10,000 border guards by 2027 to boost Europe's security.
Space technology is used for anything from communications to saving lives at sea and monitoring natural disasters. Learn more about how the EU helps to make this possible in our infographic.
It will be harder for terrorists to get hold of the ingredients needed to build home-made explosives under new rules adopted by MEPs.
More work is still needed to prevent future financial crises. MEPs have adopted plans to further reinforce the eurozone's banking union.
MEPs have adopted new measures to improve road safety and reduce accidents. The rules will make a number of safety features compulsory in new cars.
The EU boasts a pretty good record on road safety, but which countries are the safest? Discover EU road fatality figures by country, age, gender and more.
Parliament wants all workers to benefit from minimum rights on working conditions, including those on non-traditional contracts.