Molly is this week in Geneva joining parliamentarians and campaigners calling for countries to support a UN ‘Binding Treaty’ to hold corporations to account for their human rights violations.
MEPs have stood up for the rights of some of the most vulnerable, says Molly.
Molly Scott Cato MEP has written an open letter to The Corn Exchange in Devizes and The Foundry in Torquay to express concerns that these venues are hosting “the grotesque and outdated spectacle of ‘dwarf wrestling’ as entertainment for average height people”. Studies with dwarf people show nearly 80% have received verbal abuse, nearly two … Read moreMEP condemns South West venues hosting “grotesque and outdated” dwarf wrestling events
Molly has welcomed a vote in the European Parliament backing censuring Hungary over violations of the rule of law.
The latest response to those concerned about the new Copyright Directive, which will be voted on by the European Parliament this week.
MEPs have this week voted in favour of a Green initiative calling on EU governments to stop criminalising humanitarian assistance to desperate refugees.
Molly responds to concerns about Article 11 and 13 of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.
Our response to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which come into effect from May 25th 2018.
A statement from Molly in relation to the massacre of 60 Palestinians and the injury of hundreds more by Israeli security forces on Monday 15th May 2018.
Molly has warmly welcomed a proposal by the EU Commission on a Directive to protect whistleblowers which follows the Greens own draft proposal.