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Jean Lambert

Jean Lambert is a Greens/EFA MEP from the UK, serving since 1999.

Articles

29.05.2018
Welfare and Work Within Planetary Limits

Now the economy has overshot key ecological limits, more sustainable social protection systems that do not depend on environmentally destructive forms of work must be found.

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12.10.2015
‘We shouldn’t be wasting peoples’ lives’ – Jean Lambert on the plight of refugees in Europe

Europeans have to make their societies genuinely inclusive, and Greens could play a constructive role in making this work – says Green MEP Jean Lambert, in an interview with the Green European Journal, which touched on Jeremy Corbyn, Calais and the British response to the refugee crisis.

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01.05.2014
A Tough Fight On Social Issues

An interview with Jean Lambert, MEP for the United Kingdom.

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01.05.2014
Walka o socjalny wymiar Europy

W mijającej kadencji Europarlamentu Zieloni odgrywali istotną rolę w podnoszeniu świadomości dramatycznych społecznych konsekwencji polityki cięć i zaciskania pasa. Co udało się im osiągnąć? Rozmowa z Jean Lambert, europosłanką z Wielkiej Brytanii.

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01.07.2013
EU as a Project to Enhance Hospitality

The European Union has always been a project that marries differing perspectives – the pursuit of peace and borders open to people, goods and ideas. However the steady evolution of this project has been disrupted by the economic crisis, which has led to a rise of xenophobic, nationalist thoughts. For Jean Lambert, Europe must now confront the idea of ‘us’ versus ‘them’ that exists and work towards creating a truly hospitable EU.

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17.05.2013
EU Membership: Good for Business and the Environment

The reasons for staying in the EU are clear: the Union is good for the environment and good for business, despite what the Tories may claim.

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01.05.2012
Inequality as cause and consequence of the crisis

Inequalities lie at both ends of the equation of the crisis. Inequality is unsustainable in many ways: it puts in danger the cohesion of our societies and it is a driving force of our unsustainable consumption model. An interview with Jean Lambert MEP and Romual Jagodzinski from the ETUI.

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