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Europa Prima 2018
Béatrice Angrand is General Secretary of OFAJ since 2009(Office Franco-Allemand pour la Jeunesse), together with her German counterpart Marcus Ingenlath.
 Its main realizations are: the modernization of the image and the functioning of the institution; the increase in notoriety and its capacity for influence, the evolution of the OFAJ‘s positioning and the development of new programs adapted to the renewal of the public; negotiating the increase of government contributions: design and implementation of the 50th anniversary; renegotiation of the collective agreement; management optimization.
She worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Director of the French Cultural Center of Timisoara (Romania).Mission: In a changing and traditionally Francophile country, ensure the permanence of the French language and culture.
Responsibilities: production of artistic events and cultural programming; development of educational programs for schoolchildren and students; administrative and financial management: constitution and animation of Franco-Romanian teams of 20 people including 10 teachers; negotiation of artists' contracts; negotiation for granting grants on projects and seeking European funding and sponsorship; function of diplomatic representation.
Director of the French Institute of Rostock (Germany) from 1993 to 1996
Mission: Establishment of the institution in the context of German reunification.
Responsibilities: production of artistic events and cultural programming: French film festival and creation of a Franco-German art and essay cinema; team management and administrative and financial management (5 people); definition of the marketing, communication and press strategy.
Cooperation Attaché at the University of Rostock from 1991 to 1993
Publication: Germany, „Ideas Received“ Collection, Editions du Cavalier Bleu (2006, reissue 2009)
Distinction: Knight of the Legion of Honor - Knight of the National Order of Merit - Knight of the Arts and Letters.

Béatrice Angrand

Dr. Markus Ingenlath , Professional career since 2012 German-French youth travail (OFAJ), Paris/Berlin Secretary General 2005 – 2011 Federal Office of the CDU, Berlin Vice. Head of political programmes and analyses 2002 – 2005 Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Moscow head of the branch and National Commissioner for Russia 1996 – 2001 BMW AG, Munich-head of Europe-Herbert Quandt Foundation, Department-Communication for the President of the „Aufsichtsrat“, 1994 Regional Office of the CDU Thuringia, Erfurt Press officer. 
Training: 1996 Diploma International Relations Diplomatic, Academy Vienna. 1994 Promotion recent history, Dr. phil. Ancient History and „Kommunikationswissenschaft-Zeitungswissenschaft“ at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich, 1990 doctoral student at the German Historical Institute, Paris. 1989 Magister Examination, M.A. recent history (major), Ancient history and Communication Sciences (secondary subjects) at LMU Munich. 1984 baccalaureate, then military service liberates mental armament.
Publications: „Mentale Aufrüstung. Militarisierungstendenzen in Frankreich und Deutschland vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg“, Frankfurt (campus). 
1998 „Religionsgemeinschaften in Russland“(in collaburation Konstantin Kostjuk), in: Russi under Putin: „Weg ohne Demokratie oder russischer Weg zur Demokratie?“Oberhausen (Athena) 2005, pp. 225 – 233.

Dr. Markus Ingenlath

Harald Siebler

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