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Jean Lambert London's Green MEP

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Jean’s speech to the European Parliament as she stands for President

17 Jan 17

Jean’s statement “Why I’m running for President of the European Parliament”

12 Jan 17

Jean speaking in the European Parliament on Combatting Hate Crime

01 Dec 16

Jean speaking to the European Parliament about the need for greater funding to combat hate crime.

Freedom of Movement

29 Nov 16

The freedom to travel, study, work and live in the EU benefits us all.
That’s why Greens support #freemovement and will be standing up for migrants’ rights in post-referendum UK.
Please share this new video with important facts about free movement.
With thanks to Brexpats – Hear our Voice New Europeans Young Greens London Green Party Another Europe Is Possible National Union of Students Molly Scott Cato MEP

‘Every time the camp at Calais is destroyed children go missing.’ Jean’s speech to the European Parliament

04 Oct 16

Speaking in the European Parliament Jean condemned the long history of French failure to deliver its obligations to refugees and asylum seekers, and the UK Government for aiding and abetting and dragging its heels to provide safety and security, even to children who are clearly entitled to be in the UK.

Refugees Welcome march, London

17 Sep 16

Speaking at the Refugees Welcome demonstration in London, Jean says people do want to welcome refugees to the UK and that the government must take more action, especially for unaccompanied children.

Speaking on the employment guidelines at the European Parliament in Strasbourg

14 Sep 16

Speaking at the European parliament in Strasbourg Jean emphasises the need for more inclusive growth, and an end to zero hours contracts and discrimination in the labour market.

16 Jun 16

Let’s celebrate free movement and make it work for Britain

10 Jun 16

Jean speaks in a debate on the integration of migrants into the labour market

Solidarity is needed from all EU countries for asylum seekers

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.