Friday, 3rd June
Evelyne Huytebroeck, co-chair of the European Green Party.
Evelyne is a politician and a journalist born in 1958. She is member of the French-speaking Belgian Green Party ECOLO. She was a Member of the Brussels Parliament in 1989 - 2002 and in 2014 - 2019. In 2002 – 2004 she was President of ECOLO. In 2004 – 2014 she was Regional Minister of Environment, Energy, Social Affairs and Youth, as well as Vice-President of the Energy Cities network in 2010 - 2015. She is currently local councilor in Forest (Brussels municipality), President of the BRASS cultural centre and Chair of the Brussels Agency for Business Support. In November 2019 she was elected Co-chair of the European Green Party.
Thomas Waitz, member of the European Parliament, co-chair of the European Green Party.
Thomas is an organic farmer, forester, and beekeeper. He is a Member of the European Parliament from Austria and the Co-Chair of the European Green Party (EGP). He fights for small-scale and ecologically sustainable agriculture, better animal, climate and environmental protection, a peaceful foreign policy and a green EU.
Antoņina Ņenaševa, Progresīvie co-chair, Rīga City councilor Antonina is a Latvian politician, founder and co-chair (since 2019) of the political party PROGRESĪVIE, bringing green and socially responsible politics to the rest of Latvia. Since 2020 elected in Riga City Council, she has put forward a progressive agenda of high-quality modern education for all, action to fight inequality and good governance. Ms. Ņenaševa holds Master of Science (MSc) degree in Social Policy from The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is an experienced secondary school teacher and a lecturer at Rīga Stradiņš University with a demonstrated history of working with innovative education policy and public governance topics.