Bodil Valero

Function Vice-President
Phone Brussels+32-2-2845768
Phone Strasbourg+33-3-88175768
E-Mail
Office

Brussels
European Parliament
Rue Wiertz
B- 1047 Brussels

Strasbourg
European Parliament
LOW T0 5063
Allée du Printemps - B.P. 1024/F
F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Party Miljöpartiet De Gröna
CountrySweden
Greens / EFA Group Vice-President
Bureau Vice-President
Committees Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (Member)
Security and Defence (Member)
Foreign Affairs (Substitute Member)
Security and Defence (Coordinator)
Delegations Central America (Substitute Member)
ACP-EU (Member)
Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly (Substitute Member)
EU-Turkey (Substitute Member)
Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean (Substitute Member)

Relevant Articles

western sahara
Michele Benericetti (CC BY 2.0)

Stop the rogue EU trade talks with Morocco over Western Sahara

EU Commission contravening ECJ ruling and breaching principles of international law, warn Green MEPs

By Florent Marcellesi, Bodil Valero, Barbara Lochbihler, Pascal Durand, Bart Staes and Margrete Auken, Members of the European Parliment from the Green/EFA Group

riot police  © Brandon Laufenberg
en | fr

Greens/EFA force vote on the Militarisation of EU development policy

Development

Tomorrow, the Greens/EFA group will attempt to force a vote on the militarisation of development policy. MEPs will decide whether or not the mandate for the negotiations of the European Commission’s proposed revision to the Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP) requires further parliamentary approval or can go direct to trilogues.

somalia-pirate
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Arms embargoes needed against countries that breach humanitarian law

EU arms exports

The EU Member States must place arms embargoes against all countries that fail to uphold international humanitarian law. That is one of the key demands of a report from Greens/EFA MEP Bodil Valero on EU arms exports.

Criminal defamation laws in the EU

07.09.2017

Are criminal defamation laws stifling free speech?

In the laws of many countries defamation is defined both as a civil wrong and a criminal offence. In other words, a person can either be sued for compensation by the affected person or be criminally prosecuted by the state.

fighters
@jacob-valerio
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Grand coalition opens the door to misuse of civilian tools and development funds

EU Military Capacity Building in third countries

"It would be nothing short of scandalous if development money were to be diverted to the European defence industry in the future," says Bodil Valero.

Turkish Police
Jeremy Brooks (CC BY-NC 2.0)
en | de | fr

MEPs sharply criticize human rights violations in Turkey

Turkey

“The clear criticism on President Erdogan is also a clear message to those Turkish people who are standing up against the authoritarian course of the Turkish president," says Greens/EFA co-president, Ska Keller.

Tanks
Bundeswehr/Modes (CC BY 2.0)
en | de | fr

European Commission defence proposals

More cooperation needed instead of cash injection for arms industry

We do not need more money for the defence industry, much less a new arms fund. When the EU Member States pool projects, money is saved and our defence is better and more efficient.

International Romani Day

Green Publication on Countering antigypsyism in Europe

On the occasion of the International Romani Day on the 8th of April, a new publication by Green MEPs has been launched. It raises awareness of the most critical aspects of discrimination against European Roma and contributes to the fight against antigypsyism.

refugees bulgaria
UNHCR, CC BY-NC 2.0

Undocumented lives

29.03.2017

A Greens/EFA seminar

Is the current EU migration policy and suggested reform of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) pushing people into irregularity?

Countering antigypsyism in Europe

A publication by Green MEPs

Although EU institutions and Member States have taken a range of measures to promote the social inclusion of disadvantaged Roma in Europe, there has been no substantial improvement in the situation over the last decade. Many Roma in Europe continue to face poverty, social exclusion, discrimination and violent racism.

fence  ©  paule858
en | fr | es | de

One year on, the EU must call time on disastrous migration pact

EU-Turkey deal

As concerns with the deal continue to grow, the Greens/EFA group is reiterating calls for the deal to be scrapped, and for EU member states to fulfil their own responsibilities in ensuring access to protection, family reunification and realistic opportunities for regular migration in Europe.

Twisted Gun Sculpture UN
Dan Nguyen (CC BY-NC 2.0)
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Closing loopholes will improve public safety

Gun control

Improvements to the firearms directive backed by the European Parliament include the prohibition of certain semi-automatic firearms and converted firearms, better measures for deactivation, tracing and storage of weapons, and more information exchange between EU countries.