Kim Thy is a legislative policy advisor to a member of Parliament of the German Bundestag. She has worked for the department for international trade policy of the  German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy with a special focus on the economic relations to South- and Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. During that time, she attended the IGYLY-2018 in Delhi. Kim Thy Tong holds a dual undergraduate degree in Public Administration and European Studies from the WWU in Münster and a masters degree in International Affairs from the Hertie School in Berlin. Moreover, she is the deputy federal chairwoman of the Junge CDA (Young Group of Christian Democratic workers’ association).


My participation at the Indo-German Young Leaders Forum 2018 in Delhi helped me to build that very special attention to topics related to India and its bilateral relationship to Germany. The forum gave me the chance to discuss the upcoming topics on global challenges and opportunities with my fellow participants from Germany and India and I believe that these bilateral ties will influence and shape the perspectives of many future decision-makers in a positive way.”