Djuna Bernard is a Luxembourgish Green Party (déi gréng) politician. She has been an MP since 2018 and has held the office of Deputy Speaker of Parliament since October 2019.

As the former Chairperson of the Conférence Générale de la Jeunesse (General Conference of Luxembourg Youth Organisations), she is an advocate for social justice and shows a strong commitment to defending the rights of children and young people.

This commitment already became apparent during her pre-parliamentary career during which she worked as teaching assistant and later as project manager for both the Red Cross and the St. Elisabeth Foundation. 

She assumes the role of Deputy Chair of the Committee for Education, Childhood, Youth, Higher Education and Research. Since 2019 she has been the co-Chair of the Luxembourg Green Party and currently, she also chairs the Committee on Culture in Parliament.She has been a committed member of Fédération Nationale des Eclaireurs et Eclaireuses du Luxembourg, the National Guides’ and Scouts’ Federation since a young age and was proud to be elected Chairperson of the Interparliamentary Scouting Group in 2018.