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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
Contact: anna.halbig(at)stud.uni-goettingen.de

yvonne_botschafterYvonne Eich
Yvonne Eich (born in 1984), is working as a research fellow at the Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung in Wiesbaden, where she is responsible for the “Online-Demografiedialog” of the Federal Government. Furthermore, she is in charge of the Youtube-channel “Demografieportal” of the German Government and the Federal States. Earlier, she has worked as an editor and blogger in the project futurechallanges.org led by the Bertelsmann Foundation. Yvonne Eich has studied Business and European Studies in Fulda, Queensland (Australia), Hannover and Temeswar (Romania). In her master thesis, she investigated Social Media Communication in the EU.

Topics: Demographic Change, Internet
Contact: yvonne.eich(at)googlemail.com

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
Contact: koenig_bettina(at)gmx.de

manou_botschafterManouchehr Shamsrizi

Manouchehr Shamsrizi (born in 1988) is currently completing his Master in Public Policy at the Humboldt Viadrina School of Governance in Berlin. As a scholarship holder of the Deutschlandstipendium, he is a member of the theme group “Alter und alternde Gesellschaft” at the Humboldt University and the Schering Foundation. Previously, he studied Economy-, Culture-, and Political Science at the Zeppelin University, where he also was coordinator of the European Center for Sustainability Research. He is a Global Justice Fellow at Yale University and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Besides, he is also a member of several think tanks, amongst others the “beta-group” of the ZEIT Foundation, the Google Collaboratory, the Siemens Future Influencers and the Grameen Creative Labs “Yunus Brainpool”. He is blogging at futurechallanges.org led by the Bertelsmann Foundation, and he is working as a columnist in the “REVUE – Magazine for the Next Society”.

Topics: Organization "Generationendialog Berlin"
Contact: manouchehr.shamsrizi(at)googlemail.com

martin_botschafterMartin Speer

Martin Speer (born in 1986) is entrepreneur, activist and student. He was part of the group “Students for Barack Obama” and he  founded the beverage company OCÓO as well as the advertising agency “Ideenrepublik”.  He is a co-initiator of the “Generationenmanifest” and “Zukunftmanifest”. He also wrote the open letter “Stellt gleich, was gleich ist” to the Bundestag. Earlier, he studied Communication Science in the USA and currently he is studying Economy in Berlin.

Topics: Economy, Public Finances, Young Politics
Contact: contactspeer(at)gmail.com

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.