Inés Ayala Sender

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Inés Ayala Sender, MEP

Inés Ayala Sender (born 28 March 1957, Zaragoza) has been an MEP from Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) for the last two terms (20.07.2004 - 13.07.2009 and since 14.07.2009).[1]


Record and Controversies

Declaration of Financial Interests

  • Nothing to declare.[2]

Record of Parliamentary Votes

Personal Information

Curriculum Vitae

  • Graduate in Spanish and English (Saragossa, 1975-1982).
  • Studied Law (Saragossa, 1994-1995).
  • Postgraduate studies in sustainable development (ULB, 1995-1997).
  • Spanish as a foreign language teacher training (University of Alcalá de Henares, 2002-2004).
  • Lecturer in the Department of Spanish Literature (University of Saragossa, 1980-1990).
  • Regional Secretary of the Women's Section of the PSOE in Aragon (1984-1985).
  • Coordinator, Provincial Executive Committee of the UGT in Saragossa (1989-1990).
  • Social Action Officer, UGT Confederal Executive Committee (1990-1994).
  • Member of consultative committees on equality, migration, the environment within the ETUC, ICFTU and TUAC.
  • Expert before the European Economic and Social Committee on combating exclusion (1990-1994).
  • National expert in the Directorate-General for the Environment, European Commission (1995-1997).
  • PES Policy Adviser on various EP committees and delegations (1997-2004).
  • Deputy Director-General responsible for European programmes, Fundescoop (Foundation for the Development of Cooperativism and Social Economy, 1994-1995).
  • Adviser to the INSS (National Institute of Social Security) IMSERSO (Institute for Older Persons and Social Services) (1990-1994).
  • Chairwoman of the Spanish Economic and Social Committee Working Party on the White Paper on Industry (1990-1995).


Parlement européen
Bât. Altiero Spinelli
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel
+32 (0)2 28 45508
+32 (0)2 28 49508
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  1. European Parliament, MEP Directory: Inés Ayala Sender, accessed 08 September 2010.
  2. European Parliament, Declaración relativa a los intereses económicos de los diputados: Inés Ayala Sender, 15 January 2009, accessed 29 April 2009.