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Publications

The following publications can be ordered, free of charge, for postage within Ireland.
E-mail our office at:  epdublin@ep.europa.eu or telephone (01) 605 79 00.

 
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A short guide to the European Parliament (January 2015) The Composition of the European Parliament (February 2017)Women's Economic Empowerment at International Level (March 2017)CAP Reform Post 2020 - Challenges in Agriculture (October 2016)Obstacles to the right of free movement and residence for EU citizens and their families: Comparative Analysis and Country report Ireland (June 2016)

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Fact sheets on the European Union

The Fact Sheets are intended to provide non‑specialists with a straightforward and concise overview of the EU's institutions and policies, and of the role that Parliament plays in their development.  They were created in 1979 for Parliament’s first direct elections and since then are regularly reviewed and revised.
Since they are short and to‑the‑point, the Fact Sheets can also be of great use to a range of professionals, civil servants and students with an interest in European Union affairs. This online version is reviewed and updated at regular intervals throughout the year, as soon as the European Parliament adopts any important positions or policies.
They are available in 23 languages.

Link to Factsheets
 
EU Citizens Information Leaflets

EU Citizens Information Leaflets are available at EU House, 12-14 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2
Tel 01 634 1111.

 
EU Bookshop

EU Bookshop is an online bookshop, library and archive of publications dating back to 1952. It contains 100,000 titles and 190,000 corresponding electronic versions (PDFs, e books, CD ROMs, DVDs, etc.) in more than 50 languages, including the 24 official languages of the EU.  To obtain a hardcopy of certain titles, you may have to pay a small fee. PDF and e-book versions are free of charge.   The vast majority of titles on EU Bookshop are authored by EU institutions such as the European Commission, European Parliament, Council of the EU, EU agencies and other bodies. Some titles are produced jointly with partner publishers and/or other international organisations. Others are written by individuals whose work is endorsed by the institution they work for.  EU Bookshop is managed by the Publications Office of the European Union in Luxembourg.