House of Lords debates
Baroness Susan Greenfield sits in the Parliament of the United Kingdom in the House of Lords as a crossbencher, having no formal political affiliation. The debates Baroness Greenfield has taken part in are:
17th January 2019: Moved by Baroness Kidron. Children and Young People: Digital Technology
7th September 2017: Moved by Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho: That this House takes note of the case for improved digital understanding at all levels of United Kingdom society.
12th September 2016: Lord Storey to ask Her Majesty’s Government how they intend to ensure that all teachers at academies and free schools are fully qualified.
28th January 2016: The role of adult education and lifelong learning, Moved by Baroness Sharp: that this House takes note of the role of adult education and lifelong learning and the need to develop the skills needed to strengthen the United Kingdom economy. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201516/ldhansrd/text/160128-0002.htm#16012842000924
5th March 2015: Women’s economic empowerment both nationally and internationally, Moved by Baroness Jolly: That this House takes note of women’s economic empowerment and the progress in achieving it that has been made in the United Kingdom and internationally.
9th April 2014: Higher Education, Moved by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: That this House takes note of higher education in the United Kingdom.
13th March 2014: Regenerative Medicine: S&T Committee Report, Moved by Lord Patel: To move that this House takes note of the Report of the Science and Technology Committee on regenerative medicine (1st Report, HL Paper 23).
13th March 2014: Education: Social Mobility, Moved by Lord Nash: To move that this House takes note of the role of primary and secondary education in improving social mobility.
17th October 2013: Drugs, Moved by Baroness Meacher: That this House takes note of the report of the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee Drugs: Breaking the Cycle (HC 184, 9th Report Session 2012–13) and the report of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform, published in January.