Tobias Pflüger

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Tobias Pflüger.

Tobias Pflüger (born 1 February 1965 in Stuttgart) is a German politician and former Member of the European Parliament (2004 - 2009). He represented the Die Linke, part of the European Left and sat on the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs. He was a substitute for the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, substitute for the Delegation to the EU-Croatia Joint Parliamentary Committee.


  • 1985: School-leaving certificate, Otto Hahn grammar school, Nagold
  • Studied politics and empirical cultural affairs at Tübingen
  • Activist in the peace and anti-nuclear movement since the 1980s
  • from 1989 to 1993: Personal assistant for two Green Members in the Baden-Württemberg Regional Assembly on anti-nuclear affairs, energy and peace policy
  • In 1996 founded and set up Information Agency on Militarisation (IMI) e.V., IMI Executive member and spokesman at home and abroad
  • Editor of the online magazine IMI-List (approx 1000 subscribers)
  • 2002: Scholarship from the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, January–December
  • 2002: Active Member of the Attac research committee since late[1]
  • 2004: Participated and lectured at European Social Forums in Florence (2002), Paris (2003), London (2004) and the World Social Forum in Mumbai
  • Active Member of the DFG-VK (German peace association - united opponents of war,
  • Member of the BUND (Association for Nature and Environmental Protection)
  • Member of VCD (Germany transport club)
  • Member of the VVN-BdA (Union of Persecutees of the Nazi Regime)
  • Member of the ver.di trade union (Subject area 8 in Baden-Württemberg)
  • Member of the dai (German-American Institute, Tübingen)
  • Executive member Information Agency on Militarisation e.V.
  • Member of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
  • Member of the Rosa Luxemburg Forum, Baden-Württemberg
  • Spokesman for the Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Rheinland-Pfalz and Saarland PDS regional associations
  • former GUE/NGL Group coordinator on Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE)
  • former Member of the European Parliament Peace Initiatives Intergroup


  1. ^ "ATTAC Scientific Advisory Board" (in German). Retrieved 2012-05-21. 

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