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Filipe Ataíde Lampe
Junior Project Manager
Filipe Ataíde Lampe is a Junior Project Manager for “Connecting Europe”, a joint initiative by EPC and Stiftung Mercator which aims to connect civil society organisations with the Brussels policy community. His fields of expertise are democracy, civic engagement, digital participation, youth and education, sustainable development, climate and environmental policies and the European Green Deal.

Prior to working for the Connecting Europe Project, he gained professional experience as Programme Assistant at the EPC’s Sustainable Prosperity for Europe Programme, as a ‚Blue Book’ Trainee at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Partnerships (DG INTPA) as well as an intern at the Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN in Geneva and the Government of the Federal State of Berlin.

He holds two Master degrees in EU International Relations and Diplomacy and Governance, Leadership and Democracy Studies as well as a Bachelor degree in Politics and Business, Management and Economics.

PROGRAM

Connecting Europe

PROJECT

Areas of expertise

Democracy, civic engagement, digital participation, youth & education, climate- and environmental policies, European Green Deal, sustainable development

Current positions

Education

MA in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, College of Europe (Bruges Campus)
MA in Governance, Leadership and Democracy Studies, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
BA of Arts in Political and Social Studies and Business, Management and Economics, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg

Languages

Portuguese, German, English, French, Spanish

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Publications

Conference on the Future of Europe / EPC ROUND-UP
The Conference on the Future of Europe: From citizens’ recommendations to EU policy
By Ivano di Carlo , Sophie Pornschlegel , Francesco De Angelis , Laura Rayner , Danielle Brady , Filipe Ataíde Lampe , Silvia Carta - 05/05/2022




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