Moïra Tourneur for France (Paris)
Moïra Tourneur holds a dual bachelor’s degree in English and German and is currently a Master student in European affairs at Paris-Sorbonne University. She attended a course about Germany and the European integration last year: it aroused her interest and concern for the European Union. As a consequence, she would like to take active part in raising awareness of what Europe means and what it can offer among European citizens. She hopes to contribute to making European challenges and the EU more accessible to French students.
If you are interested in the EST and have ideas to help bridging the gap between students and the EU in France, don’t hesitate to contact Moïra at email@example.com
Guillaume Bouis (Nice)
Guillaume has been involved in European affairs for a long time. He was the chairman of a local structure of the JEF movement (Young European Federalists) in Aix-en-Provence, where he was studying law. After his bachelor degree, he spent an Erasmus semester in Lithuania in 2015 focusing on European governance. After having already finished his first Master in international law in Aix-en-Provence, he is concluding his second Master in administrative management and French public law in Nice in order to work in local administration. He will soon start a new internship in a local administration. The focus of his internship will be on participatory democracy. Seeing in it future of our democracy, he is fond of including citizens into the conception of local politics and policy. Guillaume has also been involved in French party politics for some time. More personally, he has travelled a lot in Ireland, Scotland, England, all Baltic States and in America.
Don’t hesitate to contact Guillaume at firstname.lastname@example.org