On Tuesday 9 May, the European Parliament will celebrate Europe Day for the first time in Galway. Come along to the ILAS Building on the NUIG Campus and meet MEPs Mairead McGuinness and Matt Carthy, MEPs of the Midlands-North West constituency. Starts at 11 am. To reserve your place email email@example.com or tel (01) 605.79.00
Are you an SME that wishes to avail of the EU's Investment Fund? Come along to our information session in the Savoy Hotel Limerick on Friday 28 April to learn how. This event will be chaired by Sean Kelly MEP. To reserve your place email firstname.lastname@example.org eu or tel. 01 605 7900.
In his speech on the State of the Union this morning at the European University Institute in Florence, European Parliament President, Antonio Tajani highlighted the results of the latest Eurobarometer survey and spoke about the management of migration flows, security and defence and Brexit.
The April 2017 Eurobarometer survey of public attitudes in Europe shows that the number of people who feel that belonging to the EU is a good thing is increasing. The survey also identifies areas where citizens want the EU to do more and which countries feel that their voice counts most (and least) in EU decision-making. Results for Ireland, which are largely in line with Europe-wide trends, are included throughout.
What will MEPs be working on in next week's plenary session in Strasbourg? Among the items on the agenda will be the European Council conclusions, addresses by Secretary General of the UN and Head of African Union Commission, portability of online content services, road transport in the EU, the war in Syria, fundamental rights in Hungary, and much more.
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