Member States Who's who

Who represents Member States in Brussels to make EU international cultural relations policy?

This kick-start initiative is to give cultural professionals easier access to EU policy-making for them to engage directly with EU institutions.

Our Who’s Who is constantly work in progress, a living tool.

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Member States Permanent Representations

Each Member State has a Permanent Representation to the EU (check their individual websites and directories), with dedicated advisors on international cultural relations.

We hope that in the future we will be able to provide you with the full information on each Member State's Brussels-based advisor on international cultural relations.

EUNIC Global

EUNIC Global is the Brussels-based global secretariat of the EUNIC network. We are working to add key EUNIC contacts.

EUNIC Brussels

The EUNIC Brussels cluster is part of the EUNIC network.

Dr. Elke Kaschl Mohni

Regional Director of the Goethe-Institut for South West Europe, EU Delegate for the Goethe-Institut

Email address: Elke.Kaschl-Mohni@goethe.de

Phone number: +32 2 238 11 64

Something special about her:

Dr. Elke Kaschl Mohni took office as Regional Director of the Goethe-Institut for South West Europe and as EU Delegate for the Goethe-Institut in Brussels in July 2019. She has been with the Goethe-Institut since 2004, holding positions as Regional Director Middle East/North Africa in Cairo (2016-19) and Head of Strategy in Munich headquarters (2012-16) as well as directing the institutes in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (2009-12), and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (2005-09). She graduated with a PhD in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Berne, Switzerland with a thesis on “Dance and Authenticity in Israel and Palestine: Performing the Nation”. Her MA is in Contemporary Arab Studies from Georgetown University, Washington DC, with a focus on politics and cultural studies. Throughout her work with the Goethe-Institut, Elke Kaschl Mohni has maintained a strong interest in supporting trans-cultural co-creation across the Mediterranean region as a powerful trigger for creativity, innovation and mutual learning.