The European Democracy Lab was part of the European School of Governance from June 2014 to October 2016.

Professor Dr. Ulrike Guérot

Professor Dr. Ulrike Guérot

Director

is Founder and Director of the European Democracy Lab in Berlin as well as Professor and Director of the Department for European Policy & Democracy Studies at the Donau University in Krems, Austria. She has 20 years of experience in the European think tank community and has taught in both Europe and the US. Previously she worked for the European Council on Foreign Relations, at the Open Society Initiative for Europe, at the German Council on Foreign Relations, and with the German Marshall Fund. Ulrike Guérot is a regular writer and commentator on European and transatlantic affairs as well as on European Democracy and global Europe, both in the German and European media. For her engagement in European affairs, she received the French award L’Ordre pour le Mérite in 2003.

Linn Wüstenberg

Linn Wüstenberg

Programme Officer

is programme officer and office manager of the European Democracy Lab. She speaks several languages fluently and is committed to supporting a more democratic and inclusive version of Europe. Linn previously worked for the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) in Chile and France, promoting and facilitating the academic exchange and networking in an increasingly interconnected world. She also collaborated with cultural institutions such as the Goethe Institute and gained work experience in the media, working for the French-German broadcaster ARTE. She studied translation and interpretation at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) and École Supérieure d’Interprètes et de Traducteurs, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris (France).

Bastian Kenn

Bastian Kenn

Junior Fellow & Communications

is currently a Junior Fellow at the European Democracy Lab. Student of International Relations at the University of Groningen, Bastian has developed a strong passion for European integration ever since participating in and organizing different school exchange programs within and outside Europe. Having previously gained experience in the development cooperation sector with United Nations Volunteers (UNV) and the African Movement for Rural Development (ARUDMO), he has hence broadened his keen interest in European public policy beyond the development agenda. In the future Bastian dreams of living in a European Republic that has overcome the nation-state, a concept with which he and many of his peers no longer identify.