Carl Schüppel


Carl is a Trainee in the Resilient Democracy Department. Previously, he worked as a Research Associate at the German Ombuds Committee for Research Integrity and as a Schuman Trainee at the Petitions Committee of the European Parliament and co-founded the European student initiative Erasmus by Train. He is interested in the interplay between politics, civil society and academia and conducts research on EU participatory mechanisms, decision-making logics in political institutions and evidence-based policymaking. He studied Law (LL.B.), History (B.A.) and European Politics and Society (M.A.) in Berlin, Potsdam, Granada, Prague, Leiden and Barcelona.

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