Karl Habsburg

2011 – today
Graduated in 2012 in three fields of study: Business Administration (MBA), Business Law (MLE) and Law (LL.M), acquisition of the Ukrainian radio station “Radio EC – the European Station” and reorganization as Radio Kraina in 2014, foundation of Stevia Communications GmbH based in Anif in 2015

2002 – 2011
Director General of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) in the period 2002/2003, appointed as Cultural Property Protection Officer in 2003, since then also Vice President of the Austrian Society for the Protection of Cultural Property, from 2003 studies at the private European Academy of Bolzano in Business Administration and Business Law, since 2006 member of the Supervisory Board and since 2008 shareholder of the Dutch media company RadioCorp B.V., since 2007 studies at the private IMADEC-University in Vienna, since 2008 President of the UNESCO-affiliated organization Blue Shield International, since 2010 Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Competence Center for Cultural Property Protection at the University of Vienna

1993 – 2002
since 1994 Member of the International Presidium of the Pan-European Union, successful preferential voting campaigns in the 1994 and 1995 National Council elections, transfer to the Air Force Reserve in 1996, Member of the European Parliament from 1996 to 1999, since 2001 President of EMPA

1981 – 1993
Moved to Salzburg in 1981, basic military service and EF year in the Austrian Armed Forces 1981/82, studied law at the University of Salzburg from 1982 to 1984 – first state examination in 1984, discharged as lieutenant and commissioned in the Air Force in the same year, year abroad at Michigan State University for philosophy of law 1984/85, continued his studies in law and philosophy from 1985 to 1989, since 1986 President of the Pan-European Movement Austria

1961 – 1981
Born on January 11, 1961, in Starnberg, Bavaria, attended elementary school in Pöcking and the neusprachliches Gymnasium in Tutzing, beginning of political activity: founding of the “Paneuropakreis Alpen-Adria” in 1980