Editorial Team

Editor in chief

Jamie Kendrick

Jamie Kendrick

Editor-in-Chief

Jamie Kendrick is the editor-in-chief of the Green European Journal.

Editorial board

Natalie Bennett

Natalie Bennett

Natalie Bennett is a Green member of the House of Lords in the UK. She was the leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2012 to 2016. Previously she spent 20 years working as a journalist, including on the Bangkok Post, The Times, and as editor of the Guardian Weekly.

Benedetta de Marte

Benedetta de Marte

Benedetta de Marte is a senior advisor to the European Green Party with a focus on relations with partners in the South and East of Europe and French-speaking countries. She is also a local councillor in the municipality of Brussels City and a member of the federal council of Ecolo.

Suzanne van den Eynden

Suzanne van den Eynden

Suzanne van den Eynden is the editor-in-chief of De Helling, a quarterly magazine published by the think tank of the Dutch Green Party (partner publication of the Green European Journal). She is a journalist and holds an MA in philosophy, and previously worked for several media and not-for-profit organisations. She studied and worked in the US, France and Australia.

Edouard Gaudot

Edouard Gaudot

An historian and political scientist, Edouard was first a history professor in Sydney, then Grenoble before working at the College of Europe in Warsaw. He was later political advisor to the Greens-EFA group in the European Parliament for 9 years. He published Dessine-moi un avenir (Actes Sud 2020), as well as Pour la Planète (Dalloz, 2009), L’Europe c’est nous (Les Petits Matins, 2014).

Roderick Kefferpütz

Roderick Kefferpütz

Roderick Kefferpütz works for Germany’s only Green-led regional government as Deputy Head of Unit for Policy and Strategy in the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg. He was previously head of office for MEP Reinhard Bütikofer, Co-Chair of the European Green Party (EGP). He holds an MPhil from the University of Oxford.

Adam Ostolski

Adam Ostolski

Adam Ostolski is a sociologist, columnist and activist. He works at the University of Warsaw and is a member of the Krytyka Polityczna. He was co-editor-in-chief of Zielone Wiadomości (Green News) 2009-2013 and co-chair of the Polish Green Party in 2013-2016.

Laurent Standaert

Laurent Standaert

He previously served as an advisor on European affairs and foreign policy in national and international institutions. Laurent also advised the French-speaking Belgian Green Foundation Etopia and the Green party Ecolo.

Team

Beatrice White

Beatrice White

Deputy Editor

Beatrice White is the Deputy Editor of the Green European Journal. She has previously worked for a daily newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey and as an assistant in the UK House of Lords. She is a member of the Green Party of England and Wales and sits on its International Committee.  She holds an M.A. in European Cultural Studies.

Annabelle Dawson

Annabelle Dawson

Editorial Assistant

Annabelle joined the Green European Journal’s editorial team in January 2018. She studied a BA English and Spanish and an MA Global Development at the University of Leeds in the UK. Before moving to Belgium, she worked as an English teacher in Chile and volunteered as communications officer with an NGO based in Peru.

Seden Anlar

Seden Anlar

Outreach and Communications Manager

Seden Anlar is a political communications specialist with a background in Law and Global Politics, and an MSc in Journalism in Europe. Prior to joining the Journal, she pursued a career in political journalism, has written for various Green media outlets, and is currently hosting and producing Big Green Politics and Green Space Podcasts.

Jennifer Kwao

Jennifer Kwao

Intern

Jennifer is an intern at the Green European Journal with a background in law and politics, and an MA in European Studies from KU Leuven. Her work experience at CEJI- A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, ACP Young Professionals Network, and the African Union Diaspora Youth Initiative have solidified her expertise in the execution of EU funded projects, human rights advocacy, policy monitoring and analysis, and stakeholder engagement.

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