19 Apr 2016Jean Lambert takes part in Fashion Revolution week and asks ‘Who made my clothes?’ on the third anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory disaster
24 Nov 2015Jean welcome a court ruling to allow four Syrian refugees, three of them unaccompanied children, to legally travel from Calais to the UK to join their loved ones.
06 Oct 2015Jean, along with Green MEPs (from left) Ulrike Lunacek, Ska Keller, Leyla Zana, Kurdish politician imprisoned for 10 years for her political activism, and group co-president Rebecca Harms.
14 Sep 2015Jean speaking ahead of the rally on Saturday, September 12
12 May 16
Jean called solidarity from all European countries – not least the UK – in this debate on the EU asylum system.
The European Union is absolutely the best place for countries to share responsibility and find solutions to cross-border issues like migration.
05 Feb 16
Jeans speaks about unaccompanied minors and the humanitarian disaster happening in Calais
04 Feb 16
Jean speaks about the renegotiation of the UK’s membership of the EU and why it is so important the UK remains in the EU
10 Sep 15
Jean on the refugee crisis: “We could do so much more and the public at home thinks that too.”
07 Sep 15
16 Jun 15
The European Parliament’s Employment and Social Affairs Committee adopted Jean’s report on green employment today, Jean comments.
05 Jun 15
“We are told that TTIP will not affect public services, then reassure us and exclude them completely” Jean Lambert
04 Jun 15
Corporations increasingly use a mechanism to challenge public policies, it’s called ISDS (Investor- State Dispute Settlement)
06 Feb 15
Campaigners from Global Justice Now, War on Want, 38 Degrees, Unison North West, Friends of the Earth Europe, Corporate Europe Observatory, and Stop TTIP come to Brussels for Trojan Horse Protests of EU-US trade deal and to meet Green MEPs
12 Jan 15
On both sides of the Atlantic, corporations are working hard to make sure TTIP works in their interests, never mind individuals