Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield

Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield


Function Vice-President
Phone Brussels+32 2 28 45598
Phone Strasbourg+33 3 88 1 75598

European Parliament
Bât. Altiero Spinelli
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

European Parliament
Bât. Winston Churchill
1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman
CS 91024
F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Party Europe Ecologie - Les Verts
Greens / EFA Group Vice-President
Bureau Vice-President
Committees Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (Substitute Member)
Constitutional Affairs (Member)
Foreign interference, including disinformation (Special committee) (Member)
Women's Rights and Gender Equality (Substitute Member)
Delegations EU-Turkey (Substitute Member)
Switzerland, Iceland and Norway and European Economic Area (EEA) (Substitute Member)
EU-Serbia SAPC (Substitute Member)
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Relevant Articles

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Commission launches infringement proceedings against Hungary

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Commission and Council must use all available tools to safeguard rule of law & fundamental rights in Hungary & Poland

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Cross-Party Letter on Hungarian Recovery Plan


Reinforce rights, not racism!

European Parliament needs to send strong message to Member States that abortion rights are human rights

Rule of Law: Article 7 discussions shows urgent need for action

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Hungary: Government must scrap law targeting LGBTIQ community

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Parliament votes to take Commission to court over inaction on breaches of the rule of law

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ECJ ruling shows Parliament right to launch proceedings against Hungarian government

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The Commission must ensure EU citizens' personal data is protected

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