Gabriele Bischoff

German politician
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Gabriele Bischoff
2019-01-28 Gabriele Bischoff Mitgliederversammlung SPD Berlin by Torsten Krueger.jpg
Member of the European Parliament
for Germany
Personal details
Born (1961-01-04) January 4, 1961 (age 61)
Bad Wildungen, West Germany
Political party German:
Social Democratic Party
 EU:
Party of European Socialists
Alma mater

Gabriele Bischoff (born 4 January 1961) is a German politician of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) who is serving as a Member of the European Parliament.[1]

Early life and education

Bischoff graduated from König-Heinrich-Gymnasium in Fritzlar in 1980. She then began studying political science and American studies at the University of Marburg, then moved to the Free University of Berlin, where she graduated with a diploma in political science.

Career

From 1991 until 2000, Bischoff worked at Germany's largest trade union, IG Metall, on gender equality issues. In that capacity, she represented IG Metall in the relevant working groups of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC).

From 2000 to 2005, Bischoff worked as an advisor on social affairs at the Permanent Representation of Germany to the EU in Brussels before moving to the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS) in Berlin as special advisor from 2006 to 2008.

From 2008 Bischoff worked for the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) in Berlin, where she led the trade union's work on European policies. In that capacity, she was a member of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in Brussels from 2009 until 2019. During her tenure, she served as president of the employees' group from 2015.

Political career

Bischoff has been a Member of the European Parliament since the 2019 European elections. She has since been serving on the Committee on Constitutional Affairs and the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs. She is also a member of the Working Group on the Conference on the Future of Europe.

In addition to her committee assignments, Bischoff is part of the Parliament's delegation for relations with Mercosur. She is also a member of the Spinelli Group[2] the European Parliament Intergroup on Trade Unions[3] and the European Parliament Intergroup on LGBT Rights.[4]

In the negotiations to form a so-called traffic light coalition of the SPD, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) following the 2021 federal elections, Bischoff was part of her party's delegation in the working group on European affairs, co-chaired by Udo Bullmann, Franziska Brantner and Nicola Beer.[5]

Since 2021, Bischoff has been serving as vice-chair of the S&D Group, under the leadership of chairwoman Iratxe García.[6]

Other activities

References

  1. ^ "Alle Gewählte in alphabetischer Reihenfolge". Der Bundeswahlleiter (in German). Retrieved 2 December 2019.
  2. ^ Board & Members Spinelli Group.
  3. ^ Intergroup on Trade Unions European Parliament.
  4. ^ Members European Parliament Intergroup on LGBTI Rights
  5. ^ Ampel-Koalition: Das sind die Verhandlungsteams von SPD, Grünen und FDP[permanent dead link] Deutschlandfunk, October 27, 2021.
  6. ^ Nisa Khan (16 December 2021), Movers & Shakers The Parliament Magazine’'.

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