10 January 2020

Duygu Kutluay

Duygu pursued her academic journey with a focus on Political Science and International Relations at Bogazici University, Istanbul. She further expanded her expertise by obtaining a master’s degree in International Economic Relations from the University of Konstanz, Germany.

Duygu initially immersed herself in the realm of intercultural learning and communication at AFS Turkey, serving as the Organisational Development Director. Later, she transitioned to the role of Deputy Head of International Relations at the TEMA Foundation. Over the last three years, Duygu dedicated her efforts as the Climate and Energy Campaigner for Greenpeace Med, concentrating mostly on climate change and energy transition issues.

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