• Contact Info
+32 (0) 2 62 60 72 7
+32 (0) 4 95 12 96 01
31 Rue Wiertz
B-1050 Brusselles Belgium


The office of FYEG is located in close proximity to the European Parliament, and is shared with the European Green Party. Staff members in the office include the Secretary General, a Project Assistant and a paid intern. In addition, FYEG is supported by a webmaster on a voluntary basis.

Secretary General

Teo has been active in the Green movement since 2005. From 2015 to 2017 he was Co-Spokesperson of FYEG. Before that he spent three years in Belgrade working as Office Coordinator of FYEG's sister organisation Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe. He is a European federalist, an antifascist and a feminist who enjoys election campaigns, a good newspaper and the infinite weirdness of the internet.


Office Assistant

Caroline has been active on green issues and projects since 2009 but made first real contact with the Green movement through her position in FYEG. In parallel, she is pursuing a Master in Environmental sciences and management in Brussels and occasionally giving workshops on Climate Change and low-carbon transition to highschool students.


Christoph has been with FYEG since 2012. His main responsibilities are keeping the website up-to-date, managing the over 100 mailing lists and helping the office as well as the EC with IT-related problems. You can also contact him regarding concerns over security and privacy. A student of Economics and International Relations, Christoph is interested many Green issues—especially those of inequality. You can send him encrypted emails using his PGP key.

Communications Officer

When he was a student at Universidad Latina de America in Morelia, Mexico, Javier has been involved in many international and European organisations and networks, included UNESCO and UN. He has been active in sustainability, Human Rights, peacebuilding, volunteerism topics from the communication, illustration and creativity approach. This passion for change through media and creativity has given him the opportunity to create a positive impact in different parts of the world, from the Middle East, to Latin America and Europe. This creativist  (mix of creativity and activism)  is a super-fan of The Simpsons, bike-lover and the author of the first LGBT comic in Mexico.

Project Manager

After graduating social work and social policy at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade in 2011, she found her ideological family and became a part of the the Green movement by joining Serbian Green Youth. Before taking a position in FYEG she was the Office Coordinator of FYEG’s sister organisation - Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe. This green feminist, anti-capitalist and non-formal education lover also sits in the Council of Europe’s Advisory Council on Youth for the mandate 2018/19 as FYEG’s nominee.