Estrella Durá

SOCIALIST MEMBER OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT FROM VALENCIA

ABOUT ME

I am a Socialist MEP and Professor at the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Valencia. Professionally, I have dedicated myself to research applied to the development of European public policies, especially in the social and health area.

 

In my work in the European Parliament, I will use my experience in public policies to promote a Social Europe that protects people, and develop measures that improve the quality of life and society in general.

Activity in the Parliament

COMMISSIONS

Member of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) and Substitute of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI)

EMPL
Committee on Employment and Social Affairs

BECA
Special Committee on Beating Cancer

ENVI
Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

Delegations

Member of the Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (African Caribbean-European Union) and Substitute of the Delegation for relations with the countries of Southeast Asia (DASE) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

DASE
Delegation for relations with the countries of Southeast Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

DACP
Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly

INTERGROUP

DISABILITY INTERGROUP 

The Disability Intergroup of the European Parliament is an informal grouping of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from all nationalities and most political groups who are interested in promoting the disability policy in their work at the European Parliament as well as at the national level.

CHILDREN´S RIGHTS

It is a cross-party, cross-national group of committed MEPs, who will work together with child-focused organisations to keep children’s rights on top of the EU agenda. The aim of the Intergroup is to promote children’s rights and ensure that the best interest of the child is taken into account in EU internal and external action.


The MEP Alliance for Mental Health established in 2009 as the European Parliament Interest Group on Mental Health, Wellbeing and Brain Disorders) aims to bring together MEPs and relevant stakeholders advocate the development of sound EU policies which contribute to the prevention of mental ill health and ensure appropriate and high quality services and person-centred care, empowering those affected.

INTERGROUP TRADE UNIONS

This Intergroup, made up of MEPs from all Member States, and trade unions, aims at facilitating the debate between Members of the European Parliament and workers’ representatives throughout Europe, in order to promote a social Europe based on justice, the protection of workers’ right and the welfare of citizens.

ACTIVIDIES IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

QUESTIONS TO THE COMMISSION

13/03/2020

Protecting SMEs as digital tax is applied

03/03/2020

Revision of EU rules on services of general economic interest, 03/03/20

07/02/2020

Recognising burn-out as an occupational disease, 07/02/20

13/12/2019

About access to health care for vulnerable groups

14/11/2019

About the labour integration of people with disabilities, in particular, people with autism

29/10/2019

On European funds for areas affected by heavy rains in Spain

29/10/2019

About the recognition of deafblindness as a disability

28/10/2019

About questionable freelancer contracts and dismissals of pilots by the company Ryanair

07/10/2019

On decent work and inclusive labour market in Europe

INTERVENTIONS

15/10/2020

Intervention in the Employment and Social Affairs Comittee concerning the importance of social welfare systems and indicators

07/09/2020

Intervention in the Employment and Social Affairs Committee – DEBATE –

02/09/2020

Intervention in the Employment and Social Affairs Committee – DEBATE

31/08/2020

Intervention in the Employment and Social Affairs Committee

23/06/2020

Intervention in the Employment and Social Affairs Committee on the impactd of COVID on the mental health of workers

Reports

LINK PARLAMENTO EUROPEO

PUBLICATIONS

My scientific productivity has been recognised by the National Commission for the Evaluation of Research Activity with 4 periods of positively evaluated research activity (sexenios).

CONTACT

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