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Ms Kate OSAMOR (United Kingdom, SOC)

Photo member

Substitute
Deputy
Independent

House of Commons
GB - SW1A OAA - London
United Kingdom

www.kateosamor.co.uk

Working language: English

Declarations of interests:
2024 , 2023 , 2022 , 2021 , 2020

Mandates

In the political groups

  • Member: Socialists, Democrats and Greens Group since 26/06/2020
  • Member: Socialist Group from 27/11/2015 to 03/03/2016

In the Assembly

  • since 26/06/2020 Substitute - United Kingdom
  • from 27/11/2015 to 03/03/2016 Representative - United Kingdom

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)

  • First Vice-Chairperson: Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons (since 23/01/2024)
  • Full Member: Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (since 22/01/2024)
  • Member: Committee on the Honouring of Obligations and Commitments by Member States of the Council of Europe (Monitoring Committee) (since 03/03/2023)
  • Full Member: Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons (since 26/06/2020)
  • Full Member: Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination (from 27/11/2015 to 03/03/2016)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Gender Equality (from 28/01/2016 to 03/03/2016)
  • Alternate of Mr Geraint DAVIES (Full Member): Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (from 23/01/2023 to 21/01/2024)
  • Alternate of Lord Leslie GRIFFITHS (Full Member): Sub-Committee on Diasporas and Integration (since 21/03/2022)
  • Alternate of Mr Jeremy CORBYN (Full Member): Sub-Committee on Migrant Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings (since 21/03/2022)
  • Alternate of Mr Jeremy CORBYN (Full Member): Sub-Committee on Migrant Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings (from 03/07/2020 to 23/01/2022)

Interventions

Last speeches

21/06/2023 | 18:10:10 Thank you, Madam Chair, for calling me to speak in this joint debate. I would like to congratulate all the rapporteurs on their timely reports, which I fully support, but I will principally speak to Ms Ada MARRA's report. I would like to draw my remarks to shine a light on another group of migrants who are documented but are in an irregular situation. They are marginalised because they have no recourse to public funds (NRPF). NRPF, as it is known, is a condition attached by the UK Home Office... 26/04/2023 | 17:23:40 Thank you, Mister President, for calling me to speak in this debate. I would like to congratulate the rapporteur Mr Simon MOUTQUIN on this very timely report. I represent an area in North London with thriving communities with roots in Türkiye and Syria. And so I know the anguish caused by the terrible earthquake earlier this year. Sadly, we know that the regularity and intensity of natural disasters are only set to increase. Therefore I want to echo a point in paragraph 6 of the resolution... 24/01/2023 | 13:22:06 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Thank you Chair for calling me to speak in this debate. I would like to congratulate the Rapporteur, Ms Petra Bayr, on this timely report. When conflict occurs, sexual violence generally follows. As noted in Point 2 of the resolution sexual violence is used as a tool to oppress and humiliate victims, and is sometimes used with the intent to commit ethnic cleansing and genocide. One example of these barbaric acts were the mass assaults of... 29/09/2021 | 17:46:33 Thank you, thank you Vice-President for calling me to speak in this joint debate on environment climate crisis, inequality and migration. I would like to thank the rapporteur on their reports. Dear colleagues, I believe that the climate crisis currently facing the world must be considered a major international priority. Climate change is causing mayhem across the world and is increasingly becoming a driver of poverty and vulnerability. We know this will only get worse. Immediate and serious... 24/06/2021 | 16:55:26 I would like to congratulate the rapporteur Mr Momodou Malcolm JALLOW on this important to report. May I start by saying, over the last 50 years little has been done to tackle structural racism affecting Black communities in the United Kingdom, concerning employment, education, health, housing, stop and search, and public life. The efforts to tackle racial inequality remain rhetoric-based on quick wins, which are contradicted by austerity measures, which hit ethnic minority women the hardest...

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