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Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation, Federal Foreign Office
Member of the German Bundestag
Spokesman of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary-Group

Jürgen Hardt

Jürgen Hardt
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Jürgen Hardt

Jürgen Hardt

Jürgen Hardt

Date of Birth
25 August 1979

Place of Birth
Gelsenkirchen, North-Rhine Westphalia

Marital Status
married, two daughters

Education
M.A. in History, Technische Universität Berlin
Thesis topic: The Jewish Journalist Max Harden
1999 Abitur (high school graduation), Bochum

Military Service
1999 - 2000, Berlin

Political Career

since January 2014
Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation, Federal Foreign Office

since October 2009
Foreign Policy Spokesman of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group, re-elected in January 2014

since 2006
Member of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (one of 55 members)

since September 2005
Member of the German Bundestag (Electoral District Recklinghausen I), re-elected in September 2013

since October 2002
Federal Chairman of the Junge Union (Young people's association of the CDU/CSU)

since 1999
Member of the Federal Board of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU)

1998 - 2002
Member of the Federal Board of the Junge Union

1998 - 2000
Federal Chairman of the Schueler Union (School children's association of the CDU/CSU)

since 1995
Member of the CDU

1993
Member of the Junge Union

Memberships
  • Full member of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly
  • Member (Representative) of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly
  • Member of the Executive Board of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
  • Member of the Eurasian Club
  • Council Member of the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) - German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
  • Young Leader of the Atlantik-Brücke
  • Member of the steering committee of the Königswinter Conference of the German-British Society
  • Member of the Board at Atlantik-Brücke
  • Founder of the Kurdish-German Friendship Group
  • Vice President of the Southern African Develoment Community (SADC) parliamentary friendship group
  • Member of the German-Chinese Dialogue Forum