Activist Handbook was created by six activists (Sean Curry, Niks Derums, Joppe Hoekstra, Marijn Prins, Elizabete Vegnere and Daniel Whooley) from various countries in Europe during the FYEG Summercamp Hackathon 2019 in Serbia. We wanted to create a guidebook for fellow activists that would empower them to fight for change.
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Currently, we are growing our team of volunteers and developing our platform further. Would you like to contribute by writing articles, making videos, translating or something else? Find out how to join.
Sean Currie - Content Coordinator 🏴
Co-convenor for the Scottish Young Greens. Studied Political Science and International Relations at University of Strathclyde.
Joppe Hoekstra - Project Coordinator 🇳🇱
Chair campaign committee Dutch Young Greens. Graphic designer, video editor and web developer. Studying International Relations and Political Philosophy at Erasmus University College.
Danny Sheehy - Communication Coordinator 🇮🇪
Studying Government & Political Science at University College Cork, Ireland. Active with the European Youth Parliament and Irish Green Party.
Daniel Whooley - Finance Coordinator 🇮🇪
Councillor for the Green Party in Ongar, Ireland. Studying Cyber Security and Digital Forensics at TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus.
Niks Derums 🇱🇻
Freelance programmer (algorithmic programming and web development). Studying Computer Science at Latvijas Universitate.
Eva Droogh 🇳🇱
Active with the Dutch young Greens. Studies at Erasmus University College and Willem de Kooning Academie.
Marijn Prins 🇳🇱
Founder Green Office Hogeschool Rotterdam. Studying Marketing of Social Business at Hogeschool Rotterdam.
Elizabete Vegnere 🇱🇻
Human rights activist, working at Latvian Aviation Union. Studying at Latvijas Universitate.
Cameron Wright 🏴🏴
Activist and software engineer. Studied Computer Science at University of St Andrews and University of California, Santa Cruz.
Lisa Zessin 🇩🇪
Studying Psychology at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
The Summer Hackathon was organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of the FYEG and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the GEF. The Summer Camp was supported by the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe.
The FYEG Summercamp Hackathon was supported by:
Federation of Young European Greens
Green European Foundation
European Youth Foundation
Council of Europe