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Group.png Friends of Europe/Young European Leaders 2017Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Membership• Eleni Antoniadou
• Andreas Araouzos
• Inés Arrimadas García
• Eneko Atxa
• Silvia Console Battilana
• Marguerite Berard-Andrieu
• Kirsten Brosbøl
• Edoardo Camilli
• Ciara Clancy
• Manuel Costescu
• Xavier Damman
• Carole Dieschbourg
• Xavier Duportet
• Muna Duzdar
• Colum Eastwood
• Adil El Arbi
• Aaron Farrugia
• Myriam François
• Markus Freiburg
• Mehdi Hasan
• Owen Jones
• Kaja Kallas
• Zanda Kalniņa-Lukaševica
• Neža Kogovšek Šalamon
• Eva Maydell
• Fatima Moreira de Melo
• Katarzyna Nawrot
• Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin
• Julia Obermeier
• Sébastien Pilard
• Eduardo Portal Martin
• Virginia Raggi
• Lara Rouyres
• Agnija Šeiko
• Michal Štencl
• Matina Stevis-Gridneff
• Ewa Szmidt-Belcarz
• Cezary Tomczyk
• Davor Tremac
• Wouter Verschelden
• Ozan Yanar
• Nabeel Abboud-Ashkar
• Absi Abou Zaid
• Abdallah Absi Halabi
• Lina Almaeena
• Ines Amri
• Tammam Azzam
• Ahmed Ben Mussa
• Chaima Bouhlel
• Yostina Boules
• Hala Bugaighis
• Lina Ejeilat
• Othman El Ferdaous
• Imen Ben Mohamed
• Mamoun Ghallab
• Sami Hourani
• Ayman Mhanna
• Negar Mortazavi
• Fadi Quran
• Kira Radinsky
• Wajahat Ali
• Terry Beech
• Ruth Ellen Brosseau
• Alex Budak
• Victoria Herrmann
• Sabrina Hersi Issa
• Derek Johnson
• Sarah Jones
• Adele Luta
• Meghan Milloy
• Ilhan Omar
• Sam Rasoul
• Anita Sarkeesian
• Robert Shirkey

Europe/Young European Leaders 2017, includes Young MENA leaders and Young North America leaders[1]



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