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Katrin Langensiepen

Function Member
Phone Brussels+32 2 28 45235
Phone Strasbourg+33 3 88 1 75235
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Brussels
European Parliament
Bât. Altiero Spinelli
08G165
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Strasbourg
European Parliament
Bât. Winston Churchill
M01080
1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman
CS 91024
F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Party Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
CountryGermany
Greens / EFA Group Member
Committees Foreign Affairs (Substitute Member)
Employment and Social Affairs (Vice-Chair)
Employment and Social Affairs (Coordinator)
Delegations Israel (Substitute Member)
Mashreq (Member)
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Relevant Articles

Picture of women in  wheelchair playing basketball
Womens wheelchair basketball / Audi Nissen

Discrimination has to stop: European Parliament to vote on resolution for strong Disability Strategy

Disability Strategy

Today, (Thursday 18 June) on the initiative of Katrin Langensiepen, Greens/EFA MEP, the European Parliament will vote on a resolution that calls on the Commission to put forward a comprehensive, ambitious and long-term post-2020 European Disability Strategy.

People together
People together
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Bland declarations on employment will not solve inequality

Roadmap for a Social Europe

We were waiting for a roadmap that could curb inequalities and tackle the scourge of poverty, but instead the Commission has offered bland declarations on employment. The Commission Roadmap reduces the social agenda to the issue of employment and leaves out issues such as poverty and social exclusion.

5O housing solutions for the locked out in the EU
5O housing solutions for the locked out in the EU

50 Housing Solutions for the Locked Out

11.12.2019

Widespread cuts in housing prices and social budgets mean more and more people are "locked out" of the housing market. A collection of 50 innovative and daring examples of housing solutions for the locked out in the EU will be presented during this event.

Kilis refugee camp turkey
T.C. Başbakanlık Afet ve Acil Durum Yönetimi Başkanlığı (CC BY-SA 3.0)
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EU must pressure Turkey not to deport refugees to Syria

Quote from Tineke Strik & Katrin Langensiepen

Today, Syrian refugees currently residing in Turkey might have to leave Istanbul Refugees residing in Turkey or face the risk of being deported back to war-torn Syria. Refugees had until today to return to the provinces in which they were first registered when arriving in the country.