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As we are heading into the summer, we are finalising our webinar series for the first half of the year. Did you miss a webinar you wanted to attend? You can watch the recording of the webinars, which are made available on our YouTube channel. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter as well to stay informed on our upcoming online events starting in the autumn.
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Together with the IIEA, the European Parliament Office in Ireland is delighted to invite you to our webinar on 'The State of Play in the EU-UK Negotiations-The European Parliament Perspective' with key speaker David McAllister, MEP, Chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs.  The webinar will be held on Wednesday, 22 July from 3:00pm-4:00 pm.  Prior registration essential.
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In partnership with thejournal.ie, we will host a discussion on Friday 3 July on the topic 'How COVID-19 brought disinformation to Ireland'.   The discussion, which will be followed by a Q+A, will start at 1pm and last approximately 90 minutes. On our panel will be Billy Kelleher MEP, Christine Bohan, thejournal.ie FactCheck project and Nicola Aitken from FullFact. Prior registration essential.
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Together with European Movement Ireland, we are delighted to invite you to our online webinar on the Celtic Interconnector Project on Tuesday 30 June from 11am – 12.15pm. This online event will discuss the role of European investment and the cross-border benefits for Ireland and France in terms of energy security, employment and the environment. Prior registration essential.
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Join us for a webinar on 26 June, from 12:00pm-1:30 pm when key political figures will take stock on what will have been a significant few days for the Brexit process (including a new European Parliament resolution, European Council Summit and EU-UK high-level meeting) and give their thoughts on the challenges outstanding for the implementation of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.
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The European Parliament Office in Ireland is delighted to co-host together with the IIEA this webinar on "The European Parliament in the Pandemic – responding to the social, economic and political impact of COVID-19" with key speaker Mairead McGuinness, MEP and First Vice President of the European Parliament. To register for this free event on 12 June from 1:00pm-2:00pm, please follow the link and enter your details via Zoom.
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To mark Europe Day 2020, the European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland, in cooperation with the European Commission Representation Office and Galway Film Centre, has launched a call for film editors to submit a 90-second video on Ireland’s membership with the EU and European solidarity. We are looking for storytellers with a steady hand that can stimulate and inspire us to reflect on the role Ireland plays in the broader European community and the opportunities the EU creates for Ireland. Deadline:  20 May 2020,  3:00 pm
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Come and visit us at this year's Zeminar from 8-10 October 2019. Take part in our Instagram story competition and win a trip to the European Parliament in Strasbourg.   Try out our virtual reality headsets and learn more about the European Union. Find out how you can help shape the Europe you want via our online community Together.eu and lots more. You will find us at Stand Y56 in the You Zone!
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The European Parliament will again be present at this year's National Ploughing Championships, which takes place from Tuesday 17 to Thursday 19 September at Ballintrane, Fenagh, Co Carlow.  We look forward to welcoming you to our Stand at Block 2, Row 19, Stand 424.
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We are delighted to invite you to a panel discussion in the Royal Irish Academy on Wednesday, 29th May to take stock of the 24 May elections and assess their implications in Irish and European politics. 
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Beidh Tráth na gCeist agus díospóireacht faoi na toghcháin Eorpacha ar siúil i gClub Chonradh na Gaeilge, 6 Sráid Fhearchair, BÁC ag 8 i.n. Déardaoin an 4 Aibreán. Níl aon táille i gceist, ach ní mór d'áit a chur in áirithe.    
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