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Ambassadors of the FRFG PDF Print E-mail

anna_botschafterAnna Halbig
Anna Halbig (born in 1990) is studying law in Göttingen. As a part of her study program “Europäisches und internationals öffentliches Recht”, she takes particular interest in environmental law. Within the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, a renowned court simulation, she deals with the judgement of climate refugees. Anna Halbig led the FRFG-delegation at the UN climate summit in Warszawa in 2013.


Topics: International Climate Politics
  
 
bettina_koenig_botschafterBettina König

Bettina König (born in 1978) has a diploma in Business Administration and is the founder and head of board of Vereins fairwork e.V., which is advocating the rights of interns since 2004. Beside organizing strikes, speeches and consultancy advices, she submitted a petition to the Bundestag and published the book “Vom Praktikum zum Job”. In 2011 she stood as a candidate for the SPD in the constituency of Reinickendorf-Ost in order to enter the Abgeordnetenhaus in Berlin (regional parliament), where she failed to enter only by a small margin.  She is still involved in the SPD, amongst others as a deputy chairwoman and a delegate to the Landesparteitag (regional congress of the party). Currently, Bettina König is working as a public relations consultant for the German Red Cross and as an office manager at the SPD fraction office in Reinickendorf. She has two young daughters.

Topics: Labour Market

 
danyal_botschafterDanyal Bayaz
Danyal Bayaz (born in 1983) comes from Heidelberg and has studied Political Communication and Finance. Besides, he is a skilled journalist, who is currently writing his PhD at the Faculty of Economics and Social Science at the University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart). Within the topic of intergenerational justice, Bayaz takes special interest in macroeconomic perspectives.

Diana Kinnert
born 1991, Diana studies political science and philosophy in Cologne, Göttingen and Amsterdam. She is a member of the youth adivisory board of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation. In March 2013 she was an ambassador for democracy for the German Department of foreign affairs in Northern Tunisia. In 2012 she published the well recognized „Zukunftsmanifest“ as part of a team of 11 young German activist. She lives in Wuppertal.
Topics: Europe, Employment and Social Wellfare, Young Politics

Dr. Bettina Munimus
Dr. Bettina Munimus studied Political, Media, and Communication Sciences and Business Administation in Göttingen, Würzburg and St. Petersburg (Russia). She earned her doctorate at the University of Kassel. Her thesis focused on the consequences of the ageing of the membership structure of the CDU and SDP.
She lives in Berlin.

Yannick Haan
Born 1986 in Luxembourg,  Yannick is a research associate at the office of a SPD member of the Bundestag. He was project manager with the Politikfabrik and worked closely with the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Deutsche Welle and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. As a member of the Digital- and Media-Comission of the SPD party executive committee and a spokesman of the Berlin Forum of Internet politics he shares his knowledge on the digital revolution. He is author of the book „Gesellschaft im digitalen Wandel“.

Toptics: Internet, Young Politics

Bernhard Winkler
Bernhard Winkler (born in 1989), is studying law at the University of Linz, Austria. He is the author of the book “So nicht! Anklage einer verlorenen Generation” and a member of the think tank “denkt.at”, a network of thirty young Austrian thinkers.  Furthermore, he worked as a journalist in the newspaper Oberösterreichischen Nachrichten, and since 2010 he is a PR-employee in a large Austrian sports article-company.