Our youth is not a barrier. The spheres of business and politics have increasingly become more accessible to young people. As student leaders in the fields of political sciences, you are the leaders of tomorrow. Join us, as we hear from leaders of today about the importance and viability of youths’ involvement in governance and politics. Beyond leaving inspired, grow your organizations’ network & collaborative opportunities with IAPPS Europe. Watch the conversation on: ‘Leaders of Tomorrow: Student leadership in Political Science’.
Speakers in the panel discussion: Manas Chawla, a full-time International Relations undergraduate at LSE, and the CEO of London Politica, the world’s largest pro bono political risk advisory firm, serving charities and Small Medium Enterprises. https://londonpolitica.com/
Julia Blanken, the President of European Student Think Tank (EST), an International Organization that involves young people in the European policymaking process, holding events across EU institutions, and analyzing European affairs through its network of ambassadors. https://esthinktank.com/
Jakub Zientala is currently an European Affairs Officer at Circle of Sustainable Europe (CoSE), where he helps navigate the complexity of corridors of power in Brussels and builds partnerships across the Atlantic. He has also led youth-led civil organizations over the last couple of years, such as President of Young European Federalists.
Jemima Freudmann is the Co-Founder of The Peterloo Institute, Manchester, the UK’s first student-run think tank. The Peterloo Institute provides an inclusive and diverse policymaking platform beyond academics. It actively participates in Manchesters’ policy process, building partnerships and providing real solutions to issues across Greater Manchester. https://www.thepeterlooinstitute.org/
Moderator: Samuel Chan, Projects & Events Coordinator at IAPSS Europe
Closing word by Frank Stengs, Chair IAPSS Europe