Brexit. MEPs will debate the guidelines for the negotiations with the UK on the terms of its withdrawal, adopted by the April EU Summit, with European Council President Donald Tusk and the Commission (Wednesday).

Future of Europe: harnessing globalisation. MEPs will discuss how the EU can tackle the negative effects of globalisation, as a follow-up on proposals made by the EU Commission. (Tuesday)

Relocation of refugees. Parliament will repeat its calls to member states to transfer refugees from Italy and Greece to other EU countries, as agreed by member states in September 2015. So far, only around 18,000 persons have actually been relocated, i.e. just over 11% of the total. (Debate on Tuesday and vote on Thursday)

Watching online films and TV while abroad. MEPs take the final vote on new rules enabling EU citizens with subscriptions for online films, TV series, games and sport events to access this content while temporarily in another EU country. (Debate on Wednesday and vote on Thursday)

Food waste. MEPs will advocate efforts to halve food waste in the EU – 88 million tonnes per year – by 2030. They are likely to call on the Commission to lift existing restrictions on food donations and to dispel confusion about “best before” and “use by” labels. (Debate on Monday, vote on Tuesday)

Hungary. MEPs will vote on a resolution assessing the fundamental rights situation in Hungary following up on an April plenary debate. (Wednesday)

Syria. MEPs will debate ways and means to help end the war in Syria, the worst humanitarian crisis since WW II, with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and vote on a resolution. (Debate on Tuesday, vote on Thursday)

UN Secretary-General. United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres will deliver a formal speech to MEPs. The situation in Syria, the refugee crisis and the EU’s role in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals are likely to be among the issues addressed. (Wednesday)

African Union. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union Commission, will address MEPs in the Strasbourg Chamber. Malnutrition, youth and intra-African trade as well as cooperation for peace and security should be among the issues raised by Mr Moussa Faki. (Tuesday)