ADVANCED SEARCH


Press Releases, Opinions, Publications, Events and Videos

Filter
  • Show all
  • Biodiversity, Food, Agriculture
  • Climate, Environment, Energy, Transport
  • Economic, Financial and Industrial Affairs
  • Rights & Democracy, Gender LGBTQI, Digital & Culture
  • Social Affairs, Public Health, Consumer Protection
  • Committees
    • Agriculture and Rural Development
    • Animal transport (committee of inquiry)
    • Artificial intelligence in a digital age (Special committee)
    • Beating cancer (Special committee)
    • Budgetary Control
    • Budgets
    • Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
    • Constitutional Affairs
    • Culture and Education
    • Development
    • Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Employment and Social Affairs
    • Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
    • Fisheries
    • Foreign Affairs
    • Foreign interference, including disinformation (Special committee)
    • Human Rights
    • Industry, Research and Energy
    • Internal Market and Consumer Protection
    • International Trade
    • Legal Affairs
    • Regional Development
    • Security and Defence
    • Tax matters (subcommittee)
    • Terrorism (Special committee)
    • Transport and Tourism
    • Women's Rights and Gender Equality
  • EFA only
Map of Europe with EFA parties
News |

Estonia's EU Presidency welcomed

President of the EFA Group in the European Parliament, and Greens/EFA Vice President Josep-Maria Terricabras has welcomed the start of Estonia's six-month Presidency of the EU Council during a special debate at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. During the debate, Estonia's Prime Mini...
News |

How the EU can work better for citizens and the climate

Now more than ever, it is vital that the EU shows how it can clearly and directly improve the lives of people across the continent. That is why it is so important that the EU takes the correct steps in strengthening its Cohesion Policy.
Publication |

Future of Cohesion policy post-2020

The Greens/EFA are in favour of a strong, autonomous and targeted cohesion policy. Cohesion policy should remain an expression of solidarity and make a meaningful contribution to the future of Europe.
Press release |

Possibilities for keeping EU citizenship after leaving EU set out in new report

As formal negotiations get underway in Brussels, Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans is publishing a new report that explores how UK citizens could retain EU citizenship after the UK's withdrawal from the EU. The study was launched in the European Parliament on Tuesday, and the researchers will present t...
Publication |

The feasibility of associate EU citizenship for UK citizens postBrexit

This report has five principal findings on the protection of the status of Union citizenship and the related rights post-Brexit. First, the key question as to providing this protection is whether Union Citizenship continues post-Brexit, or whether Brexit extinguishes Citizenship. The report consider...
News |

"Do you want Catalonia to be an independent state in the form of a Republic?"

The Catalan government has announced a referendum on independence which will take place on 1 October 2017. EFA MEP Jordi Solé from Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya took the floor at the European Parliament in Strasbourg this week to inform MEPs from across Europe of the Catalan government...
©sidharth-bhatia
News |

Six ways to improve the Erasmus programme

With 4000 students being involved at any one time, it’s clear that the Erasmus programme has been a massive success in bringing students from all over Europe together and in allowing them to experience totally different environments. However, like any system, there are always ways to make it better.
Event |

The Future of Cohesion Policy

Come and exchange with key actors about the future of cohesion policy and contribute in shaping the green priorities, such as partnership involvement, local development, circular economy, fundamental rights, climate spending and fight against fraud in the new post-2020 cohesion framework
Press release |

Great step towards European security union

The Justice and Home Affairs Council has come to a political agreement on the European Public Prosecutor (EPPO). The EPPO is tasked with identifying instances of fraud using EU money, for example in cross-border EU-funded construction projects. The European Commission estimates that this amounts to €500 million per year, with a large shar…
CC BY dschenck
Press release |

EU Parliament debates current situation

Talks on Turkey's accession to the EU should remain frozen until Turkey returns to democracy and substantially improves its approach to human rights, says Greens/EFA co-president, Ska Keller.