Buy, use, throw away: breaking the cycle
MEPs advocate an overhaul of the traditional economy with the circular economy concept aimed at conserving resources through innovative product design and re-use.
Cloned animals - would you eat them?
In Europe, cloned animals haven't made their way into the food supply chain - yet - but they're not banned from it either. EU legislation on cloning is proving a hard nut to crack.
Data protection: problems and solutions
In 2015, most Europeans were worried about not having control over the information they provide online. New data protection rules should put them back in the driving seat.
Europeans' views on immigration
According to a new European Parliament Eurobarometer survey, Europeans identify immigration as one of the EU's main challenges and a majority favour a better distribution of asylum seekers. But national opinions vary.
Gender equality: How to speed up the glacial pace of progress
Advances are plain to see for women in all sectors, but calls come from all corners for Europe to lead the way on gender parity and accelerate change as gaping inequalities persist.
Get the picture: Professionals without borders
The European Professional Card: a ticket to free movement for professionals aimed at pruning unnecessary delays and administration in the recognition of qualifications.
Has the EU army's time come?
Could Europe map a new course on security and defence? We take a look at the existing policy, its origins and what the future could hold in store.
Seeking asylum in the EU
What exactly happens when someone applies for asylum in the EU? Find out the definition of an asylum seeker, what their rights and obligations are, and what the process is like.
The Parliament near you
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What is an MEP?
An animated guide to the essential facts about Members of the European Parliament.