Cosmopublic Team Poland



Lukas Plewnia

team manager


Lukas studied social science (sociology, economics, and political science), psychology and social policy in Bielefeld and Bremen. He is a follower of the Polish-German reconciliation; therefore he took part in an internship at the German Embassy in Warsaw and in the international internship program at the Polish parliament. Now, Lukas is working as writer in an internet company. Beside his work, he conducts German blogs with Polish news for a better understanding of Poland in Germany.

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Dorota Redzikowska

After attending a Polish-German bilingual high school, Dorota studied German philology, culture and linguistics in Poznań and Würzburg. Beside her studies she made work experience in editorial departments of diverse papers and websites. After getting her MA she moved to Berlin to take part in an internship at the Polish Embassy and the Memorial Library. Dorota is a real enthusiast for the written word, loves to read and also to write her own texts, e.g. for her literary blog.

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Markus Bingel

Markus studied history and sociology in Bielefeld and Olsztyn. Currently, he is finishing his master thesis in history at Freiburg University. Apart from his studies, he did several internships, e.g. in Poland and Russia, where he got to know eastern-european history and gained knowledge in eastern-european political affairs. He also works as a lecturer.

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Monika Kostecka

Member of Cosmopublic Team Poland

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