GroenLinks is the Green party in Netherlands. Founded in 1989 by a merger of four left-wing parties, our name translates as GreenLeft.
GroenLinks is geared towards a better society: With respect for the environment and human rights, in promotion of more freedom and security for all, working to reduce pollution and inequality. We are convinced that the Netherlands and Europe can do better: greener, more caring and more relaxed.
Members of the European Parliament
More info (including small biographies and contact information) is available on the page on GroenLinks Members of the European Parliament.
Press officer Dirk van den Bosch
Telephone: +32 2 28 38365, Mobile phone: +31 6 270 150 80, email@example.com
National parliament: Eerste and Tweede Kamer
GroenLinks is currently represented with fourteen members in our Tweede Kamer (Lower House) and four member in our Eerste Kamer (Upper House).
- Tweede Kamer
- Jesse Klaver
- Kathalijne Buitenweg
- Tom van der Lee
- Bart Snels
- Bram van Ojik
- Nevin Özütok
- Suzanne Kröger
- Paul Smeulders
- Laura Bromet
- Lisa Westerveld
- Zihni Özdil
- Corinne Ellemeet
- Wim-Jan Renkema
- Isabelle Diks
- Eerste Kamer
- Tineke Strik
- Frits Lintmeijer
- Ruard Ganzevoort
- Marijke Vos
Telephone: +31 70 3183030, firstname.lastname@example.org
International Press officer: Noortje Jacobs
Mobile phone: +31 6 11 51 54 78, email@example.com
National party organisation
Our Party headquarters are based in Utrecht. It supports our local branches and party board.
Landelijk Bureau GroenLinks
Oudegracht 312, 3511 PK Utrecht (Google Maps)
Telephone: +31 30 2399900
History and ideology
If you want to know more about our history and ideology, please consult our elaborated lemma on Wikipedia.