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European Parliament - EPRS Plenary podcasts

Established in 1988 by the European Parliament, the Sakharov Prize for freedom of thought is awarded each year in December to individuals or organisations for their outstanding achievements in upholding human rights and fundamental freedoms. By awarding the 2017 Prize to the Venezuelan Opposition, the Parliament denounces the situation in Venezuela, re-affirms its support to the democratically elected National Assembly, calls for a peaceful transition to democracy, and pays tribute to the Venezuelan people, in particular to those who have been unjustly jailed for expressing their opinions.Source: © European Union - EP

Established in 1988 by the European Parliament, the Sakharov Prize for freedom of thought is awarded each year in December to individuals or organisations for their outstanding achievements in upholding human rights and fundamental freedoms. By awarding the 2017 Prize to the Venezuelan Opposition, the Parliament denounces the situation in Venezuela, re-affirms its support to the democratically elected National Assembly, calls for a peaceful transition to democracy, and pays tribute to the Venezuelan people, in particular to those who have been unjustly jailed for expressing their opinions.Source: © European Union - EP

Episodes: 76

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The 2017 Sakharov Prize

Duration: 3 min

PANA committee of inquiry

Duration: 3 min

New priorities for EU–Africa cooperation

Duration: 3 min

Smart borders: EU Entry/Exit System

Duration: 2 min

Professional qualifications in inland navigation

Duration: 2 min

Safety rules and standards for passenger ships

Duration: 2 min

Establishing the European Public Prosecutor

Duration: 2 min

EU rules on control of arms exports

Duration: 3 min

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