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Brexit/TCA: Agreement as a starting point, next steps need to follow
PRESS RELEASE – Brussels, 26. April 2021
Terry Reintke, Vice-President of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, comments on tomorrow’s debate (Tuesday 27 April) on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement:
Call for Action: Declaration of the EU as an “LGBTIQ Freedom Zone”
To accompany the declaration of the EU as a “LGBTIQ Freedom Zone”, the LGBTI Intergroup calls on LGBTIQ persons and organisations, news media, LGBTIQ influencers, LGBTIQ supporters and allies to contribute to a social media ac …
Brexit/Erasmus: Commission shall explore pathways for Scotland and Wales to stay in the programme
PRESS RELEASE – Brussels, 22. January 2021
Following the end of the Brexit transition period and with it the United Kingdom leaving the Erasmus Programme, many young British people are left without the chance to develop clo …
Together, we are stronger than Brexit
For friends across our diverse and beautiful continent who value European cooperation, today is a sad day.
In the UK we have seen the triumph of a narrow nationalism, the very same sort of nationalism that led to centuries of war. The European Union was built on the ashes of the last war and in the clear understanding that we must make and remake peace in every generation. We restate our determination to keep the flame of peace alive and to challenge nationalism and prejudice in our continent and across the world.
Call for applications: Secretary Intergroup on LGBTI Rights
Deadline: 4th December 2017
Founded in 1999, the European Parliament’s Intergroup on LGBTI Rights aims to advance the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and i …
Open letter by Molly Scott Cato and Terry Reintke
Facing rapid political demise, UKIP have set their sights on Germany. They
are clearly hoping that by inviting a representative of the far-right AfD Party
to their conference, they can not only resurrect but deepen their bra …