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Thursday, 21 January 2021

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Video. Duration: 04:53

Published at 17:30

Rainer WIELAND (EPP, DE), EP Vice-President, participates in a signing ceremony of the agreement between European Parliament and stakeholders from Alsace and Bade Wurttemberg on the cooperation on civic, politic and historic education. Joint Letter of Intent between the European Parliament, Alsace and the State Parliament of Baden-Württemberg such as the Ministry for Culture, Youth and Sport Baden-Württemberg and the Académie Strasbourg concerning cooperation in the areas civic, political and historical education. This symbolic date was chosen in 2003, during the 40th anniversary of the Élysée Treaty - signed on January 22, 1963 - which sealed the reconciliation between France and Germany

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Video. Duration: 04:04

Published at 17:30

The European Parliament puts forward proposals on employees's right to disconnect digitally from work outside working hours and during holiday. MEPs stressed during the plenary session (18-21 of January) that the legislation and provisions on working time must be respected, even more in COVID-19 times when so many are working from home. Extracts from the debate (20/01) with statements by Alex AGIUS SALIBA (S&D, MT), Rapporteur, Nicolas SCHMIT, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights,Tomáš ZDECHOVSKÝ (EPP, CZ),Yana TOOM (RE, EE), MATTHIEU Sara (Greens/EFA, BE), Beate SZYDŁO (ECR, PL) and from the final vote (21/01).

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Video. Duration: 04:52

Published at 17:30

During the plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels (18-21 January 2021), MEPs debate and vote on a resolution that calls for adequate housing to be a fundamental right as well as for measures to prevent homelessness. Extracts from the debate (20/01) with statements by Kim VAN SPARRENTAK (Greens/EFA, NL), Rapporteur, Nicolas SCHMIT, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, Dennis RADTKE (EPP, DE), Leïla CHAIBI (The Left, FR), Agnes JONGERIUS (S&D, NL), final vote (21/1) and illustration footage.

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Video. Duration: 28:16

Published at 13:07

Debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 144) - Human rights situation in Vietnam, in particular the case of human rights journalists Pham Chi Dung, Nguyen Tuong Thuy and Le Huu Minh Tuan during the plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels (18-21 January 2021).

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Video. Duration: 47:13

Published at 12:50

Debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 144) - Human rights situation in Turkey, notably the case of Selahattin Demirtas and other prisoners of conscience during the plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels (18-21 January 2021).

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Video. Duration: 31:28

Published at 09:00

During the plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels (18-21 January 2021), MEPs debate on the gender equality. Opening statements on The gender perspective in the Covid-19 crisis and post-crisis period (Frances FITZGERALD (EPP, IE)); The EU Strategy for Gender Equality (Maria NOICHL (S&D, DE)); Closing the digital gender gap; women’s participation in the digital economy (Maria da Graça CARVALHO (EPP, PT)); and Helena Dalli, European Commissioner for Equality. This transcription speech is the result of an automatic process. Check against delivery.

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Video. Duration: 07:27

Published at 08:30

Statement by Dubravka ŠUICA, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Democracy and Demography on the aid for Croatia in the aftermath of earthquakes during the plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels (18-21 January 2021). A resolution is put to the vote the same day.

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Video. Duration: 06:19

Published at 08:15

COVID-19, like previous epidemics infect and affect men, women and other genders differently. Whilst indications suggest that more men than women are dying of COVID-19, the impact of the (short and longer term) socio-economic effects of COVID-19 fall disproportionately on women. This infoclip shows different professions carried out by women who have suffered directly or indirectly from the consequences of the coronavirus epidemic: care workers, nurses, laboratory assistant, department store cashier, market gardeners, collective catering staff, staff in charge of cleaning and disinfection, teachers and a mother doing home schooling.

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