Bono, the frontman of U2 and co-founder of the ONE Campaign, visited the European Parliament on 10 October.
“Europe is an amazing romantic idea, that we speak in so many different languages but with one voice,” said Bono during the visit.
At the Parliament he met President Antonio Tajani and Parliament’s political group leaders.
The One campaign is an international organisation that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.
EU elections are coming up in May 2019. Use your right to choose who will represent you in the European Parliament. You can vote both in your own and in another member state, in a polling station or by post. So don’t forget to register to vote!
Follow live the State of the Union debate 2018 from Strasbourg: Members will discuss with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker about the State of the European Union.
From an EU Solidarity Corps to cheaper phone calls and the future of Europe, there will be much for members to work on in the second half of 2018. We have a look at the hot topics coming to Parliament in the next six months.
From posted workers and the digital economy to Brexit and the future of Europe, the first half of 2018 has been busy for the European Parliament. Let’s look back at the main topics over the past six months.
With 3D printing growing in popularity, the technology is changing the way businesses operate and the way people work. But with the new production frontier come questions about safety and intellectual property rights that the European Parliament is working to address.
The European Parliament is working to update the EU’s anti-dumping rules. The reform aims to better protect businesses and jobs from state-subsidised foreign companies that sell products below market value.
In 2014, for the first time in the EU’s history, European voters had a say in who would be named Commission president, thanks to the Lead candidate process. With parliamentary elections approaching, let’s see how this system that designates lead candidate works.
Coming into force on 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) harmonises data privacy laws across Europe. It protects Europeans, gives them control over their personal data and reshapes the way organisations approach data privacy.
This year’s Eurobarometer gave more than 27,000 Europeans the chance to share exactly what’s on their mind. Their views help create a snapshot of Europe today and produce a glimpse of what is needed in the future.