Committee on Family, Seniors, Women and Youth

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The Committee on Family, Seniors, Women and Youth has been a permanent Bundestag committee since it was set up in the 13th electoral term in 1994 . The current chairwoman is the MP Sabine Zimmermann . The committee currently consists of 40 members.


The committee has a leading or advisory role in all bills, motions, reports and EU submissions on the topics that make up its name. One focus is the promotion of children and family as well as the compatibility of family and work. In addition, the focus is also on equality between women and men, enabling older people to live independently and creating fair opportunities for young people despite different social conditions.


The Children's Commission of the German Bundestag was set up as a subcommittee in 1988 specifically for child policy matters . In the 17th electoral term, the Civic Engagement Subcommittee was also set up. a. to contribute to the implementation of the resolutions of the Study Commission on the Future of Civic Engagement .

Previous committees

The name given to the committee before 1994 reflects its change in content and competencies over the years:

  • Since 1994: Committee for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth ,
  • 1990–1994: Committee on Family and Seniors and Committee on Women and Youth ,
  • 1986–1990: Committee on Youth, Family, Women and Health ,
  • 1969–1986: Committee on Youth, Family and Health ,
  • 1957–1969: Committee on Family and Youth Issues ,
  • 1953–1957: Committee on Youth Issues ,
  • 1949–1953: Committee on Child Welfare .

Members of the 19th electoral term

The 40 members of the committee consist of 14 members of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group , nine members of the SPD parliamentary group , four members of the left parliamentary group and four members of the Bundestag parliamentary group Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen . The remaining eight seats are occupied by the FDP parliamentary group (four) and the AfD parliamentary group in the German Bundestag (five).

CDU / CSU - full member CDU / CSU - Deputy Member SPD - full member SPD - Deputy Member Die Linke - Full member Die Linke - Alternate Member Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen - Full member Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen - Substitute member AfD-



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Maik Beermann Manfred Behrens Ulrike Bahr Karamba Diaby Doris Achelwilm Gokay Akbulut Katja Dörner ** Annalena Baerbock Thomas Ehrhorn Matthias Büttner Grigorios Aggelidis ** Jens Brandenburg
Melanie Bernstein Christoph Bernstiel Leni Breymaier Angelika Glöckner Norbert Müller * ** Birch Bull-Bischoff Ulle Schauws Anna Christmann Mariana Harder-Kühnel ** Franziska Gminder Nicole Bauer Carina Konrad
Silvia Breher Ursula Groden-Kranich Josephine Ortleb Elisabeth Kaiser Katrin Werner ** Cornelia Möhring Charlotte Schneidewind-Hartnagel Monika Lazar Johannes Huber Nicole Höchst Daniel Foest Katja Suding
Torbjörn cards Alexander Hoffmann Sönke Rix * ** Sylvia Lehmann Sabine Zimmermann Soeren Pellmann Beate Walter-Rosenheimer Kordula Schulz ash Frank Pasemann Jürgen Pohl Matthias Seestern-Pauly * Nicole Westig
Katharina Landgraf Markus Koob Susann Rüthrich Helge Lindh Martin Reichardt *
Silke Launert Paul Lehrieder Ursula Schulte Katja Mast
Michaela Noll Karin Maag Stefan Schwartze Hilde Mattheis
Ingrid Pahlmann Eckhard Pols Svenja Stadler Claudia Moll
Sylvia Pantel Erwin Rüddel Gülistan Yüksel Ulli Nissen
Martin Patzelt Nadine Schön
Stephan Pilsinger Felix Schreiner
Josef called Stephan Stracke
Marcus Weinberg ** Hermann-Josef Tebroke
Bettina Wiesmann
  • * Supervisors
  • ** Speaker

Committee Chair

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