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The General Assembly meets twice a year and sets the overall direction and priorities for the foundation. Its members represent the three main stakeholders of the Green European Foundation: national Green foundations from all over Europe, the European Green Party and the Green Group in the European Parliament. At least 50% of members are representatives of national political foundations.

As of June 2017, the General Assembly of the Green European Foundation is composed of:

1. Members nominated by national political foundations

  • Anne de Boer, Bureau de Helling (The Netherlands)
  • Dirk Holemans, Oikos (Belgium)
  • Frida Johnsson, Cogito (Sweden)
  • Ingrid Facchinelli, Fondazione Alexander Langer (Italy)
  • Klaus Linsenmeier, Heinrich Böll Stiftung (Germany)
  • Lucile Schmid, Fondation de l’Ecologie Politique (France)
  • Madeleine Petrovic, Grüne Bildungswerkstatt (Austria)
  • Michel Genet, Etopia (Belgium)
  • Miriam Kennet, Green Economics Institute (Great Britain)
  • Mike Mathias, Gréng Steftung (Luxembourg)
  • Raúl Gómez, Fundación EQUO (Spain)
  • Sandor Fulop, Ökopolisz (Hungary)
  • Susanne Rieger, Nous Horitzons Fundació (Spain)
  • Tommy Simpson, Green Foundation Ireland (Ireland)
  • Ville Ylikahri, The Green Cultural Association ViSiLi/The Green Cultural and Educational Centre ViSiO (Finland)

2. Members nominated by the European Green Party

  • Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield (France)
  • Marie Toussaint (France)
  • Marie Utter (Sweden)
  • Monica Frassoni (Italy)

3. Members nominated by the Green Group in the European Parliament

  • Claude Turmes (Luxembourg)
  • Heidi Hautala (Finland)
  • Peter Eriksson (Sweden)
  • Pierre Jonckheer (Belgium)

4. Observing members:

  • Ewa Sufin-Jacquemart, Strefa Zieleni (Poland)
  • Lars-Olof Karlsson, Green Forum (Sweden)
  • Olga Kikou, Greek Green Institute (Greece)
  • Sevil Turan, Green Thought Association (Turkey)
  • Teo Comet, Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG)
  • Vedran Horvat, Institute for Political Ecology (Croatia)