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Tiana Angelina Moser
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Tiana Angelina Moser in 2019
Member of the National Council
Assumed office
2007
Parliamentary groupGLP
Personal details
Born6 April 1979
Zurich
Domestic partnerMatthias Aebischer
Alma materUniversity of Zurich

Tiana Angelina Moser (born 6 April 1979, Zurich, Switzerland) is an educator and politician of the Green Liberal Party (GLP). Since 2007 she is a member of the National Council and since 2011 she is the leader of the parties parliamentarian group.

Early life and education

Tiana Angelina Moser was born Zurich and grew up in Weisslingen in Canton Zurich.[1] She then graduated from the Gymnasium in Winterthur in 2000.[2] Following she studied international law and political and environmental sciences and the University of Zurich between 2000 and 2002.[2] Between 2002 and 2003, she studied political sciences at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.[2] After her return to University of Zurich, she was involved in several projects regarding environmental politics and economics during her studies, and after graduation, kept working at the university.[2]

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Weisslingen

Weisslingen

Weisslingen is a municipality in the district of Pfäffikon in the canton of Zürich in Switzerland.

Canton of Zürich

Canton of Zürich

The canton of Zürich is a Swiss canton in the northeastern part of the country. With a population of 1,553,423, it is the most populous canton in the country. Zürich is the de facto capital of the canton, but is not specifically mentioned in the constitution. The official language is German. The local Swiss German dialect, called Züritüütsch, is commonly spoken.

Gymnasium (school)

Gymnasium (school)

Gymnasium is a term in various European languages for a secondary school that prepares students for higher education at a university. It is comparable to the US English term preparatory high school. Before the 20th century, the gymnasium system was a widespread feature of educational systems throughout many European countries.

Winterthur

Winterthur

Winterthur is a city in the canton of Zürich in northern Switzerland. With over 110,000 residents it is the country's sixth-largest city by population, and is the ninth-largest agglomeration with about 140,000 inhabitants. Located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) northeast of Zürich, Winterthur is a service and high-tech industrial satellite city within Greater Zürich.

University of Zurich

University of Zurich

The University of Zürich is a public research university located in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. It is the largest university in Switzerland, with its 28,000 enrolled students. It was founded in 1833 from the existing colleges of theology, law, medicine which go back to 1525, and a new faculty of philosophy.

Pompeu Fabra University

Pompeu Fabra University

Pompeu Fabra University is a public university located in the city of Barcelona, Catalonia in Spain. The university was created by the Autonomous Government of Catalonia in 1990 and was named after Pompeu Fabra. UPF has been ranked the best university in Spain since 2015 and 16th best young university in the world in 2022 by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Environmental politics

Environmental politics

Environmental politics designate both the politics about the environment and an academic field of study focused on three core components:The study of political theories and ideas related to the environment; The examination of the environmental stances of both mainstream political parties and environmental social movements; and The analysis of public policymaking and implementation affecting the environment, at multiple geo-political levels.

Environmental economics

Environmental economics

Environmental economics is a sub-field of economics concerned with environmental issues. It has become a widely studied subject due to growing environmental concerns in the twenty-first century. Environmental economics "undertakes theoretical or empirical studies of the economic effects of national or local environmental policies around the world. ... Particular issues include the costs and benefits of alternative environmental policies to deal with air pollution, water quality, toxic substances, solid waste, and global warming."

Political career

She joined the Green Liberal Party (GLP) in 2004 and in Federal Elections of 2007 she was elected into the National Council.[3] In 2011 she was elected as the leader of the parliamentarian group.[4] She was in the Commission for Foreign Politics between 2007 and 2021 and was its president between 2019 and 2021.[5] She was a candidate for the Council of State as a representative of the GLP for Canton Zürich in 2019,[6][1] but not elected. In October 2022 she was announced again as a candidate for the Council of State for the Federal Elections in 2023.[1]

Political positions

She is known for her support of a healthy work-life balance and the protection of the environment.[3] Regarding the Swiss neutrality, she supported a permission for the export of protective clothes for the civilian population.[7] In national politics she is aware of the difficulties a party not taking part in a political alliance for the elections to the cantonal executives and suggested that after an evaluation it should be possible to take part in either an alliance in right or left-wing politics.[8]

Regarding the bilateral relations between Switzerland and the European Union, she was a firm supporter of the ongoing negotiations towards an Institutional Agreement [fr].[9] After the Federal Council then announced the end of the negotiations in May 2021, she led a delegation of Swiss MPs to Brussels to evaluate the situation.[10] In view of a re-admission of Switzerland to the EU programs Horizon Europe and Erasmus+ she would support the doubling of the sum which Switzerland pays as a contribution to the European Union.[11]

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Green Liberal Party of Switzerland

Green Liberal Party of Switzerland

The Green Liberal Party of Switzerland, abbreviated to glp, is a green political party in Switzerland. Founded in 2007, the party holds sixteen seats in the Federal Assembly as of the October 2019 election.

2007 Swiss federal election

2007 Swiss federal election

Elections to the Swiss Federal Assembly, the federal parliament of Switzerland, were held on Sunday, 21 October 2007. In a few cantons, a second round of the elections to the Council of States was held on 11 November, 18 November, and 25 November 2007. For the 48th legislative term of the federal parliament (2007–2011), voters in 26 cantons elected all 200 members of the National Council as well as 43 out of 46 members of the Council of States. The other three members of the Council of States for that term of service were elected at an earlier date.

Council of States (Switzerland)

Council of States (Switzerland)

The Council of States is the upper house of the Federal Assembly of Switzerland, with the National Council being the lower house. It comprises 46 members.

2023 Swiss federal election

2023 Swiss federal election

The 2023 Swiss federal election will be held on 22 October 2023 to elect all members of the National Council and Council of States of Switzerland. It will be followed by elections to the Federal Council, Switzerland's government and collegial presidency, on 13 December.

Swiss neutrality

Swiss neutrality

Swiss neutrality is one of the main principles of Switzerland's foreign policy which dictates that Switzerland is not to be involved in armed or political conflicts between other states. This policy is self-imposed and designed to ensure external security and promote peace.

Switzerland–European Union relations

Switzerland–European Union relations

Switzerland is not a member state of the European Union (EU). It is associated with the Union through a series of bilateral treaties in which Switzerland has adopted various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union's single market, without joining as a member state. All but one of Switzerland's neighbouring countries are EU member states.

Federal Council (Switzerland)

Federal Council (Switzerland)

The Federal Council is the executive body of the federal government of the Swiss Confederation and serves as the collective head of state and government of Switzerland. It meets in the west wing of the Federal Palace in Bern.

Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe is a 7-year European Union scientific research initiative, successor of the Horizon 2020 programme and the earlier Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development. The European Commission drafted and approved a plan for Horizon Europe to raise EU science spending levels by 50% over the years 2021–2027.

Erasmus+

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the European Commission's Programme for education, training, youth, and sport for the period 2021-2027, succeeding the previous programme (2007-2014). As an integrated programme, Erasmus+ offers more opportunities for the mobility of learners and staff and cooperation across the education, training, and youth sectors and is easier to access than its predecessors, with simplified funding rules and a structure that aims to streamline the administration of the programme.The new Erasmus+ Program, running from 2021-27, is more digital, inclusive and innovative, as well as greener.

Personal life

Since 2018, she is in a relationship with the National Councillor of the Social Democratic Party (SP) Matthias Aebischer.[12] She is the mother of 3 children.[12]

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References
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  3. ^ a b "Ein Interview mit Nationalrätin Tiana Moser über Anfeindungen". Schweizer Illustrierte (in Swiss High German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
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  5. ^ "Ratsmitglied ansehen". Switzerland. Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  6. ^ Ledebur, Michael von. "Ständeratskandidatin Tiana Angelina Moser: Grün, weiblich und aussichtsreich | NZZ". Neue Zürcher Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  7. ^ Stäheli, Chiara. "GLP fordert Schutzhelme und Westen für die Zivilbevölkerung". Luzerner Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  8. ^ Lausanne, Julian Spörri. "Wahlen für Regierung: Warum die Mitte der GLP den Rang abläuft". Aargauer Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  9. ^ "Politiker im Nationalrat wollen Rahmenvertrag". Aargauer Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  10. ^ Brüssel, Remo Hess. "Schweizer Parlamentarier in Brüssel: Alles schlimmer als gedacht". Aargauer Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  11. ^ Thomi, André Bissegger und Samuel. "Politiker wollen Kohäsionsmilliarde verdoppeln – unter Bedingungen". Aargauer Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  12. ^ a b "Matthias Aebischer und Tiana Moser sind ein Paar". Schweizer Illustrierte (in Swiss High German). Retrieved 2023-01-25.

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