Das Progressive Zentrum
Intern at Das Progressive Zentrum. Studied Public Administration (B.A.) and European Public Administration (B.Sc.) at Muenster and Enschede university. Graduate student of Political Science in Muenster with a focus on political communication. Gained practical experiences at MAIS NRW, at IfPol Muenster, at municipial election campaigns and as president of the university student parliament.
After the successful #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in March 2016 in Lissabon and in the run-up to the European Thinking Lab Summit of our DIALOGUE ON EUROPE process, taking place in the Portuguese capitol as well, the next station of our German-Portuguese dialogue is Berlin.
Within its 2016 report, CEAR displays the extent of global forced displacement and the search for asylum, especially within the European Union. CEAR criticises the EU-Turkey agreement and presents own policy proposals for the European Union and the Spanish government.
Within this report, CEAR (The Spanish Commission for Refugees) examines the situation of LGBT refugees both within Spain as their host-country and within their countries of origin. The analysis depicts the hardships of refugees that have to experience intersectional discrimination, stemming both from discrimination on the basis of ethnicity and discrimination due to their gender identity and sexual orientation.