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Anna Staroselski

Mitglied des Beirates

"Young people are not only the future, they are also the present! To strengthen our free, open and democratic society, young people also need real opportunities to take responsibility and for political participation."

As the daughter of Jewish refugees from the Ukraine, Anna Staroselski was born and raised in Stuttgart.  At the age of 16 she was elected to the Stuttgart Youth Council, where she was chairwoman of the Stuttgart Süd district. After training as a youth worker by the Central Welfare Office for Jews in Germany, she organized numerous seminars, workshops and holiday camps for Jewish children and young people.

Today Anna Staroselski studies history at the Humboldt University in Berlin and works in the office of the Bundestag member Till Mansmann. She is the chairwoman of the Jewish Student Union Germany, the nationwide, political advocacy group for Jews between the ages of 18 and 35 and is a member of the federal board of the Young Forum of the German-Israeli Society. She is committed to the security and visibility of Jewish life in Germany, for solidarity with the Jewish State of Israel, for a free and open society, against anti-Semitism, extremism and all forms of group-related enmity. As a member of the FDP and the Young Liberals, she co-founded the “Liberal Diversity”, an FDP run-up organization that gives people with a migration biography a voice.