Organisation team

Michalina Chrzanowska works as a project officer at the agency labconcepts in Berlin, Germany. She studied German and Romance Studies at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University in Bonn and at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.

Sandra Mayer
has been supporting labconcepts since 2007, especially in the fields of international cooperation, sustainability and European politics and is also involved in the coordination of the NECE projects. She studied "Regional Sciences of Latin America" majoring in political science at the University of Cologne. During her academic studies she worked for several months on various projects for the NGO Proyecto Mosaico Guatemala in Central America.

Anja Ostermann is managing director and project manager at the agency labconcepts in Bonn-Berlin, Germany. She worked as a freelance editor for the German Federal Agency for Civic Education/ bpb. Her fields of expertise included discourses on Europe, culture and media, economics, process support and scientific advise in the area of Europeanisation and network-building of citizenship and cultural education. Anja Ostermann has provided process guidance and academic support in the Europeanisation of cultural and citizenship education and the formation of political and cultural education networks. She has studied Comparative Literature, History, German Language and Literature, Business Administration and Italian at the University of Bonn and St. Andrew’s University in Scotland.

Rachel Owoko works as a project manager at the agency labconcepts in Berlin, Germany. Her fields of expertise include Development Cooperation, Migration and Interreligious Discourses. She studied Social Anthropology, French Philology, Media and Communication Studies at Freie Universität Berlin (M.A.) and at Paris West University Nanterre La Défense.

Susanne Pöschko works as a project assistant at the agency labconcepts in Bonn, Germany. She holds a Master degree in Franco-German Relations of the University of Freiburg and the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon. Her fields of interest include the history of political thought with a focus on questions relating to the European democracy.

Julia Reinartz works since February 2011 in the events department of the Federal Agency for Civic Education/ bpb. In addition to the NECE-Conference she is also working on the organisation of study-trips to Middle and Eastern Europe as wells as Israel and further events or congresses.

Sascha Scheier is part of the NECE team and the Focus Group "Exchange between Europe and North Africa" since 2015. While coordinating NECE's organizational processes he is also working on the Focus Group's online publication "The making of Citizens in Europe and North Africa".

Nina Schillings is a programme manager with the events department at the German Federal Agency for Civic Education/bpb. As a political scientist and expert in commemorative culture and youth education, she joined the NECE team in 2015, focusing on participatory concepts and the conference blog.


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