Marta Loja Neves studied Political Science and Humanitarian Action in Belgium. In 1999, she was part of the East-Timorese delegation to the former United Nations Human Rights Commission. She worked as a parliamentary assistant in the European Parliament for nine years, focusing on human rights, civil liberties, and refugee resettlement.
In the face of rising national populism, rather than seeking to combat these forces on their own terms, Green and progressive politicians can instead turn to a far more effective rhetorical tool.Read more
The imbalance and lack of solidarity between Member States is such that the project is running out of political energy, bringing adverse consequences for us all.Read more