Justin Treutlein

Justin Treutlein

  • Country of origin: EU
  • Occupation: Student
  • Current residence: Germany, Giessen

Justin Treutlein is a young professional working in the mobility research while finishing his Master in Economic Geography, Mobility and Spatial Development Policy (M.Sc.). In 2015, he voluntarily started working as a youth ambassador for an NGO trying to raise awareness of and fight against extreme poverty and women’s rights around the globe. Moreover, since 2017, he has been a Young European Professional (YEP) multiplicator bringing the EU and its policies into schools. During his Bachelor studies in Governance and Public Policy, he focused on the EU and the EaP. Therefore, he did research and published papers on the EU relations with Georgia, Ukraine and Belarus.

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