The LUX Prize is the annual film competition promoting different views on some of the main social and political issues of the day and, as such, contributing to building a stronger European identity. The three films were screened for free at the Playhouse in Perth.Read more : Lux Film Days 2014 - Perth
The LUX Prize is the annual film competition promoting different views on some of the main social and political issues of the day. In cooperation with the Screen Machine, we brought one of these prize-winning films directly to you. The screening was free of charge but ticketed.Read more : Lux Film Days 2014 - Lochmaddy
The LUX Prize is the annual film competition promoting different views on some of the main social and political issues of the day and, as such, contributing to building a stronger European identity. The three films were screened in Aberdeen at the Belmont Filmhouse. They were free of charge but ticketed.Read more : Lux Film Days 2014 - Aberdeen
On 28 November, a group of students from Greater Glasgow schools participated in the Euroscola Day in Strasbourg.Read more : Euroscola Day
The three films, selected for the LUX Prize help celebrate the universal reach of European values, illustrate the diversity of European traditions and shed light on the process of European integration. Watch them for free in Inverness!Read more : Lux Film Days 2014 - Inverness
On 21 November, we delivered a Continuous Professional Development training day for teachers and head teachers, in collaboration with Learning Plus UK.Read more : Training seminar for teachers and headteachers
The European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought is awarded annually to honour exceptional individuals who combat intolerance, fanaticism and oppressionRead more : Sakharov Prize Discussion
On 20th November, we kicked off a series of events to give you the opportunity to meet your MEPs and hear them speak about issues that matter to them and their work in the European ParliamentRead more : Eu lunch - Meet your MEP
The LUX Prize is the annual film competition promoting different views on some of the main social and political issues of the day. This year, the Scottish LUX Prize Film Days kicked off in three small communities. In cooperation with the Screen Machine, we brought these prize-winning films directly to you. All three contenders for the 2014 prize focus on youth. All the screenings were free of charge, but ticketed.Read more : Lux Film Days 2014 - Islay - Cumbrae - Arran
On 1 November, the European Parliament Information Office in Edinburgh was at the Modern Studies Association conference in Glasgow.Read more : Modern Studies Association Conference 2014
On 29 October, Per Johansson, Head of the European Parliament Information Office in Edinburgh, met the first-year journalism students at Glasgow Clyde college.Read more : Meeting with the Glasgow Clyde journalism students
SMLC Careers Week 2014 offered varied and exciting workshops, exhibitions, comeptitions and presentations tailored to Modern Languages graduates.Read more : SMLC Careers Week 2014
The Edinburgh University European Union Society ran the panel discussion "Germany, what next for Europe’s Power Engine?".Read more : Germany, what next for Europe’s Power Engine?
European Parliament Vice-President Mairead McGuinness attended the 2014 Ryder Cup.Read more : Ryder Cup 2014
On 24 - 25 September the European Parliament Office in Scotland was back as exhibitors at the SLF 2014. We also ran a workshop called 'Teaching about the European Parliament? Yes you can!' on 25 September, 14:30, Exhibitor Seminar Theatre, Hall 3.Read more : Scottish Learning Festival 2014
The European Parliament Office in Edinburgh, hosted a European Election analysis event with Professor Simon Hix.Read more : European Election Analysis Event with Professor Simon Hix
The European Parliament Office in Edinburgh was at this year's Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.Read more : Royal Highland Show
The European Parliament Office in Edinburgh hosted an election night evening in Hemma, which is situated in Edinburgh.Read more : European Election Night
Per Johansson was on Inverclyde Radio talking about the European Parliament and the upcoming European Elections.Read more : Inverclyde Radio Interview
The European Parliament Edinburgh Office, in association with the Scottish European Educational Trust, organised the final of the Euroquiz for primary schools.Read more : Euroquiz Final
Staff of the European Parliament Office In Scotland were in George Square, Glasgow, for the celebration of Europe Day on the 9th of May.Read more : Europe Day
Per Johansson, Head of the European Parliament Office in Edinburgh, gave a talk to students of Robert Gordon University about the upcoming European Parliament Elections, and about the EU in general.Read more : European Election Discussions
A discussion with Per Johansson on the upcoming European Parliament Elections in May 2014 at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in Glasgow.Read more : European elections and business engagement with the European Union
Per Johansson, head of the Edinburgh office, gave a talk to students at Glasgow Clyde College. He was also interviewed by the College's radio station.Read more : European Election Discussion
Per Johansson gave a talk to COSLA about the importance of the upcoming European Elections.Read more : COSLA Discussion
To promote the upcoming elections, the Information Office in Edinburgh organised to have an image projected onto the iconic Register House building in Edinburgh. The launch event for the projection was at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh.Read more : European Election Projection
Per Johansson visited Benbecula to have a discussion about the upcoming European Elections.Read more : European Election Discussion
The European Parliament Information Office hosted a screening of the movie "Illegal", winner of the LUX Prize 2010, in partnership with Just Festival.Read more : Film screening of "Illegal"
The European Parliament, in association with Scottish Women's Aid, hosted an event to raise awareness about domestic violence on International Women's Day.Read more : International Women's Day Event
With European Parliament Eelections in May, these free CPD sessions that took place at IET Glasgow provided teachers with up-to-date knowledge and free teaching resources for use in the classroom.Read more : The EU and the UK: CPD for teachers
The Homeless World Cup took place in Edinburgh and was promoted by the European Parliament Information Office and the Scottish Parliament.Read more : Homeless World Cup
Europe Direct Aberdeen hosted a panel debate on the upcoming European Parliament Elections on Wednesday 19th February in the Council Chamber, Aberdeen Town House.Read more : Panel Debate on the 2014 European Parliament Elections
The European Parliament Information Office in Edinburgh held a REACT-style event on 24 January 2014, on the eve of Burns' Night, at the Scottish National Gallery.Read more : Has the EU helped or hindered Scottish culture?
Ahead of the next European Parliamentary elections taking place between 22nd and 25th May 2014, the Scottish Youth Parliament and the European Parliament Office in Edinburgh held the Audio Europa competition, designed to give young people across Scotland the chance to share their views on why it is important to vote.Read more : Audio Europa Competition
The European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought is awarded annually to honour exceptional individuals who combat intolerance, fanaticism and oppression. There was a panel discussion for nominees in Glasgow.Read more : Sakarov Prize Discussion
The European Parliament Information Office in Edinburgh was present at Glasgow Caledonian University Saturday 2 November for the annual Modern Studies Association Conference.Read more : Modern Studies Association Conference
With the European Elections coming up next year, the European Parliament Office in Edinburgh decided to sit down with some experts and see what is at stake for Scotland.Read more : The 2014 European Elections in Scotland: What is at stake?
Looking back at the United Kingdom's 40 years in the European Union, the European Parliament Office in Edinburgh asked professionals in the field what this has meant for Scotland.Read more : UK in Europe 40 Years: What has it meant for Scotland?
Following the success of last year's event, we participated in the Opportunity Europe Fair and Exhibition for schools and colleges again this autumn. The event targeted an invited post-primary schools/colleges audience.Read more : Opportunity Europe and Beyond
At a ceremony at the European Parliament Office in Edinburgh on 19th August, Professor Richard Demarco CBE was presented with the 2013 European Citizen's Medal by Scottish MEP Struan Stevenson.Read more : European Citizen's Prize awarded to Professor Richard Demarco CBE