Young photographers’ pictures of the Brussels, Strasbourg and Luxembourg workplaces of the European Parliament will be on display from 5 to 24 May. A total of 60 photos depicting everyday life at the Parliament provide the theme for this travelling exhibition in the Parliament’s two host cities.
The photos will be in Brussels from 5 to 16 May and in Strasburg from 21 to 24 May.
This second showing will coincide with the Parliament’s plenary session, during which members meet to vote on legislation.
The European Parliament is a singular institution since it has three different workplaces: Strasbourg, Brussels, and Luxembourg. Strasbourg was chosen as its official seat for historical reasons, but most activities takes place in Brussels. The General Secretariat, which deals with administrative issues, is based in Luxembourg.