is an Erasmus+ full scholarships holder enrolled in the joint Master on Education Policies for Global Development at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, University of Oslo, University of Malta and University of Amsterdam. Currently, he is in a one-semester exchange program conducting research at the George Washington University’s School of Education and Human development for his Master thesis on “The articulation of refugee policy in international organizations’ education funding and sector support in Uganda” and an intern with the Global Partnership for Education (GPE).
Lukas joined FutureLab Europe in 2011. Since then, he has been involved in the following activities:
- Citizenship education and the private sphere
- Don’t confuse me with my country: “being German”
- „Uns geht es gut!“ – So what?
- Water, a multi-billion-euro business
- Should we let Germany sink – or should we save it alongside the whole of Europe?
- Stop tying up resources – talk straight
- FutureLab Europe discussed the Future of Democracy in Belgium
- Forum on Education and Entrepreneurship
- The Future of Democracy?
- FutureLab Europe spoke at the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum
- Europe@debate in Belfast: Justice through unconditional basic income? A debate on European Social Policy
- Malmström speaks at first Europe@debate
- The first FutureLab Europe Annual Forum took place in Brussels