Leonie Düngefeld, born in 1992 in Kiel, Germany, studied European Studies at Maastricht University and Intercultural European Studies in Regensburg, Clermont-Ferrand and Madrid. She has been an editorial trainee at KULTURAUSTAUSCH magazine between 2022 and 2022.
Photo: Max Lautenschläger
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