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Posted workers: same work, same country, same pay

23/10/2017

09:22

The European Parliament is updating the rules on posted workers which date back to 1996. The objective is to better protect European workers who go abroad for temporary assignments and to avoid any form of social dumping.

Coming up: Sakharov Prize, border checks, whistle-blowers and more

20/10/2017

06:30

In the second plenary session of October, MEPs decide and reveal the winner of the 2017 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. They also tackle issues concerning a new entry-exit border system, better controlling carcinogen exposure at work, protecting whistle-blowers and much more.

Women's cancers: boosting preventive care

20/10/2017

06:57

One in four deaths in the EU is caused by cancer, with certain forms predominantly or exclusively affecting women such as cancer of the breast, uterus, cervix and ovaries. Breast cancer is the most fatal for women. Experts join lawmakers to look at the current situation in the prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment of women's cancers in the EU. MEP Daniela Aiuto says access to preventative care must be improved especially in poorer member states.

Migration crisis: sharing the burden

18/10/2017

07:36

MEPs are revising the Dublin Regulation -- the EU law that determines which country is responsible for processing asylum applications. The current system puts too much burden on frontline states like Greece and Italy. As such, lawmakers are advocating fairer distribution of asylum seekers among all member states as well as mandatory participation.

Lux Film Prize: shining a light on identity and prejudice

18/10/2017

04:49

The three finalists for the 2017 Lux Film Prize all tackle themes of identity and prejudice: from Sweden's 'Sámi Blood' by director Amanda Kernell, 'Western' by German director Valeska Grisebach, to France's Oscar contender for this year, 'BPM' by Robin Campillo.