ACTIVITIES IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
Questions to the Commission
Assistance mechanism for self-employed workers
Protecting SMEs as digital tax is applied
Revision of EU rules on services of general economic interest, 03/03/20
Recognising burn-out as an occupational disease, 07/02/20
About access to health care for vulnerable groups
Speech on Healh and Security during the Employment and Social Affairs Committee on 20 May 2020
Speech at the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs on the Disability Strategy post 2020.
Plenary speech on the urgency of addressing the homelessness situation in Europe.
Speech at the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs on the status of the revision of the Union rules regarding the coordination of the social security systems.
Amendments for European Semester for economic policy coordination: Employment and Social Aspects in the Annual Growth Survey 2020
Amendments to the implementation of the European Disability Strategy
Contribution to European Green DEal’s Resolution
Amendment for the opinion of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs for the Committee on Budgets on the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2020
Contribution to Thomas Cook’s Resolution
Activity in the Parliament
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)
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.
It is a cross-party, a 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.
NEW GREEN DEAL
In order to facilitate the debate and advance in the fight against climate change, Members of the European Parliament and representatives of civil society join forces through this Intergroup on the “New Green Deal” to address the continuing environmental degradation in a sustainable and social way, advocating for a just transition of change.
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.