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Political Memory: Evelyne GEBHARDT, MEP

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General Data

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Functions in European Parliament

Curriculum Vitae

  • Baccalaureate at the Lycée Lamartine in Paris (1972)
  • Degree in literature at the Sorbonne, Paris (1975)
  • Freelance translator (since 1977)
  • Has lectured in Germany and abroad (on gender equality, civil rights, biotechnology and genetic engineering)
  • Has worked as an expert in South America and Africa for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation
  • Member of the Baden-Württemberg SPD Land Executive Committee (since 1989)
  • Federal Vice-Chairwoman of the Working Party of Social-Democratic Women (since 1992)
  • Chairwoman of the Baden-Württemberg SPD European Advisory Committee
  • Member of the executive of the European women's organisation 'Grain de Sel' (Paris) (since 1993)
  • Member of the Akademie für Ethik in der Medizin (academy of medical ethics) (since 1997)
  • Board member of the association on young people's art colleges (since 1999)
  • Member of the Marie Schlei Association and of 'Gegen Vergessen - Für Demokratie'
  • Member of the European Parliament (since 1994)
  • Federal Cross of Merit with ribbon (1999)





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02/09/2008 Telecoms Package Plenary Speeches

There are parts which have to be revised - this is correct. Ms. Reding, you said at the beginning that you are surprised about the

European Parliament which want to decrease the data protection. I want to say something to you about this: The European Parliament still doesn't have a mind of it's own because it will vote on these questions not earlier than in two weeks. Until then we'll revise the critical parts. I promise you that in our group there will be no diminution of data protection. When we won't come to an agreement in principle in the fields of data protection, access to the Internet and it's neutrality in the Parliament my group won't agree to it and

then we have to see how to get on.