Anton Krawez is 27 years old. He lives in Berlin and works as a freelance IT counsellor. He is Ukrainian. He was born in Kiev in 1986 and came to Germany in 1992 at the age of six. Anton, do you feel European? I have spent most of my life in Germany, grew up here
Stylia Kampani is 24 years old. She was born and grew up in Athens where she is currently living. She studied International and European Studies in Athens and Bremen and currently works as a communications and research officer for a start up export company of Greek products. She is also a member of the Young
Stefan Vukotić comes from Montenegro, where he currently works as a government PR-officer in charge of international public relations and twitter. He studied international relations in England, at the University of Cambridge and at the University of Montenegro. Stefan, do you feel European? I do, yes, very much. How come? Geographically and historically, Montenegro has
“We should be more considerate with each other. For that, we need more Europe and especially a stronger European Parliament.”
Florian Kubsch is 28 years old and currently finishing up his law degree at the University of Augsburg. He has been politically active in the SPD for eleven years now, was chairman for his local chapter for eight years, is a town councillor since 2008 in Königsbrunn near Augsburg and since 2014 county councillor in
James Stewart is from the Shetland Islands and works as a parliamentary researcher for a Member of Parliament in London. He graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2010 with an MA in Politics and International Relations. His dissertation examined the relationship between liberty and security. He is the director of the charity Get-Well Gamers. James,
Viktoria Savchuk is 21 years old. She was born in Kiev and has studied law at the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. She is currently preparing for a Master’s in Germany. Viktoria, do you feel European? Yes, of course. I am a European and Ukraine lies in Europe. Geographically that has always been
Ronja Scheler is 27 years old and Vice-President of BETA – Bringing Europeans Together Association. In “real life” she works for the German Institute for International and Security Affairs on EU External Relations. Heidi Schulze is also 27 years old and does a Master’s in Communication Science in Dresden.
Clara Salarich lives in Berlin since 2011 where she works for the consultancy Erste Lesung. She comes from Spain, but hasn’t lived there for the last seven years. Clara, do you feel European? Well, yeah. Of course. How come? I’ve not lived in Spain since 2007. I’ve lived in four or five different countries here
Katharina Borngässer is 26 years old. She was born and raised in Berlin. She studied European Studies in The Hague and St. Petersburg and European Politics in Bath and Siena. She currently lives in Berlin. Katharina, do you feel European? Yes, I do. (laughs) Why so? I feel European because I believe the European identity
This blog came to life as part of the blogging competition “Zukunft Europa” of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the magazine “The European“. Convinced of its necessity and value for European society, the author decided to keep the blog running, after the competition was finished in July 2014.