Molly views campaigning as an important part of seeking to influence the decision making process within the EU. Initiating or supporting specific campaigns also provides vital opportunities to connect with and involve constituents in pushing for positive change. Molly also believes campaigning supplements her role as an MEP in the European Parliament where she is involved in initiating, developing, scrutinising and voting on policy.
Greens have a long history of campaign-based politics and Molly is keen to continue this historic trend in bringing about change through political activism.
A new opportunity has risen to finally axe VAT on sanitary products as the VAT Directive is going to be changed. As part of a working group on the VAT review, Molly has launched a campaign to press for a Europe-wide VAT exemption for tampons, towels and mooncups.