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Emilie Turunen

Emilie Turunen
Member of the European Parliament
for Denmark
Assumed office
14 July 2009
Personal details
Born (1984-05-13) 13 May 1984 (age 30)
Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
Nationality Danish
Political party Social Democrat / PES
Residence Copenhagen, Denmark
Alma mater Roskilde University
Occupation Politician
Profession Politician

Emilie Turunen (born on 13 May 1984 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is, a member of the European Parliament. She was elected to represented the Danish constituency in the 2009 European election as a member of the Socialistisk Folkeparti (And in the European Green Party). She now represent Social Democrat / PES. [1]


Turunen graduated from Roskilde University in Social Science and Working Life Studies and lives with her boyfriend in northwest Copenhagen. Before being elected she was in charge of the Youth of the Socialist People's Party and worked with the Danish Social Forum.[2]

In Parliament

After being elected to the European Parliament, Turunen has become vice-chairperson of the Green-Free Alliance group, a member of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee, a member of the delegation to south east Asia. She is also a substitute on the Employment and Social Affair Committee, the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis and the delegation to Iran.[1] She is particularly active against the trafficking of women.[2] After Swedish MEP Amelia Andersdotter, Turunen is also the youngest MEP of the 7th European Parliament.[3] On March 20th 2013 she left Socialistisk Folkeparti for the Social Democrat.[4]


External links

  • Official website
  • EP profile
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