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Elisabeth Schroedter in Brussels (2008).
Elisabeth Schroedter in Brussels (2008).

Elisabeth Schroedter (born 11 March 1959, Dresden) is a German politician who served as a Member of the European Parliament in the Alliance '90/The Greens from 1994 to 2014.[1]

Political career

In parliament, Schroedter served as vice-chairwoman of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs.[2] She was also a member of the Committee on Regional Development (1994–2007) and the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1999–2004).[3]

Personal life

Schroedter is married and has three sons.


  1. ^ "Elisabeth SCHROEDTER". Your MEPs. European Parliament. Retrieved 14 May 2014.
  2. ^ Ian Wishart (September 12, 2012), ‘Right to strike’ law withdrawn European Voice.
  3. ^ Elisabeth Schroedter European Parliament.