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What Europe Means For Me
Businesses, civil society organisations and NGOs came together to discuss why Europe matters, less than a year before the European elections in June 2024. The exchange of views took place with Director for the European Parliament Liaison Offices in Europe, Stephen Clark, who was in Malta for a two-day visit.
Engaging the European Public
Stephen Clark, Director for the European Parliament Liaison Offices in Europe, visited Malta for the first time in an official capacity. Ways of bridging the gap between the EU and the public and why Europe matters were the hot topics addressed with a wide network of local stakeholders and the together.eu community.
EMAS at Europe House
What is EMAS? How is it implemented in Valletta?
The European Parliament is made up of 705 Members elected through a unique, multinational democratic process.
Following the European elections in May 2019, 6 MEPs representing our country took their seats in the European Parliament on 2 July 2019 for Parliament's 9th term.
Discover who they are and learn what they are doing for you!
Where to find us?
Our office is situated at Europe House, at the following address: 254, St Paul Street, Valletta 1215, Malta.
Visit the Parliament
Come and see for yourself how proposals become law and where your MEP has a say on the future of Europe. We offer a range of activities in Brussels and Strasbourg, so that whether you come alone, with your family, or in a group, there's something for you.
Explore the House of European History’s online collection
The collection contains a wide variety of historical objects including artworks, political documents and propaganda, everyday items and souvenirs of the past, which allow you to explore history from a European perspective.