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The European Parliament has set the date for the committee hearings for Mairead McGuinness on 2 October with a confirmatory vote set for 7 October in the EP plenary.
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The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland, European Movement Ireland and the European Commission Representation in Ireland held a webinar this morning, 10 September, ahead of the upcoming State of the European Union address by President Von der Leyern in the European Parliament in Brussels on 16 September 2020.
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The European Parliament would like to express its condolences following the death of former MEP Brendan Halligan on August 09.
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John Hume.
Yesterday, after a long illness, John Hume, former MEP and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, passed away in a Derry nursing home at the age of 83. John Hume was a legendary figure in Irish politics and one of the architects of the Good Friday Agreement.
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The Minister of State for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne, TD, has today invited voluntary organisations, educational bodies and civil society groups to apply for funding under the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Communicating Europe Initiative.
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On Wednesday, 22 July, David McAllister MEP and Chair of the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee joined a webinar organised jointly with the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) focusing on Brexit and the challenges ahead.
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To mark Europe Day 2020, we teamed up with the Galway Film Centre and the European Commission Representation in Ireland to launch a competition in search of two educational videos illustrating Ireland’s relationship with Europe.
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Today, Christine Bohan of TheJournal.ie, Nicola Aitken of FullFact, Per Enerud of the Europe External Action Service and Billy Kelleher MEP examined how Covid-19 brought misinformation on a huge scale to Ireland for the first time. The webinar, chaired by Sinéad O'Carroll, editor of thejournal.ie, discussed the biggest false news stories and whether such disinformation is here to stay.
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Today, in partnersip with European Movement Ireland, we held a seminar entitled 'Investing to connect Ireland and Europe'. 
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To mark Dublin Pride 2020, the European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland and the European Commission Representation in Ireland were very happy to join forces and take part in the Digital Dublin Pride Parade on 28 June 2020. The Parade took place virtually this year, which allowed us to continue to support the LGBTQ+ community and the work of Dublin Pride. We commit to continuing our work to promote respect and non-discrimination against LGBTQ+ persons.
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Today, in partnership with our colleagues in the European Parliament's Liaison Office in London, we held a very successful, informative and engaging webinar on Brexit and the profound impact this will have on the entire island of Ireland.
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