Otto Ilveskero

Otto is a Policy & Research Officer at the Centre for European Progression (CFEP) think tank in Brussels and a member of the New Europeans since September 2016.

He holds an MSc in EU Politics with a specialisation in democracy and representation in Europe from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a BA with First Class Honours in Politics and International Relations from the University Kent.

In 2016, he was awarded the Social Sciences Faculty Prize in recognition of outstanding performance upon graduation within Politics and IR at the University of Kent.

Otto has previously worked in policy and communications at the European Parliament, the EU’s judicial cooperation agency Eurojust, and the UK House of Commons.

In addition, he was an active member of the Britain Stronger IN Europe referendum campaign and his articles on the EU and Brexit have been published by the LSE Europp blog, EurActiv, and the Young Fabians.

Latest Articles

Increased political fragmentation at the core of Finnish election results

Disappointment. Injustice. The bittersweet taste of joy that lingers in your tears as the victory you thought was yours gets snatched from your hands at the last possible moment.

Expanding the EU Green Card

There is no more migrant crisis. The number of sea arrivals to the EU is down 90% from the 2015 peak levels, but the crisis mode stubbornly lingers in European political rhetoric.

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