The EU is taking many measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and its impact. Check out our timeline for a clear picture by theme.
Find out what the EU is doing to help Europe get back on its feet following the devastating economic effects brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
This week MEPs will decide on their priorities for the 2021 budget, consider how the pandemic has affected fundamental values and hold the first European Gender Equality Week.
Committees are the powerhouses of the European Parliament’s legislative work. Find out who heads them up.
The democratic opposition in Belarus has been awarded the 2020 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
Protecting and sustainably managing forests is critical to fighting the climate crisis. Find out what measures the European Parliament is calling for.
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Migration challenge: how has the EU been dealing with the arrival of asylum seekers and migrants to Europe? Find out about the European Parliament’s work on migration, asylum and borders.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced Parliament to limit physical meetings and function remotely, but MEPs continue to approve urgent measures and work on long-term priorities.
As some online vendors exploit fears around the coronavirus outbreak to peddle fake cures or hike prices, the EU is taking action.
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.
MEPs set out their priorities on digital service rules, artificial intelligence and EU farm policy during the 19-23 October plenary session.
Learn with our infographics how the EU wants to use forests' power to absorb CO2 to fight climate change and offset carbon from the land use sector.
Artificial intelligence (AI) affects our lives more and more. Learn about the opportunities and threats for security, democracy, businesses and jobs.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to be a "defining future technology", but what exactly is AI and how does it already affect our lives?
Rule of law deficiencies in member states mean EU funds may be used to undermine European values. MEPs are demanding new tools to tackle the problem.
The platform economy brings benefits but also risks. Read about the issues the EU wants to solve with new rules and the solutions proposed by MEPs.
The UK leaving the EU is not the end of cooperation. Talks are ongoing to determine how the two will work together on everything from trade to transport and combatting crime.