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02_07115Anna Braam

Anna Braam, born in 1988, is the speaker of the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations. She recently completed her Master's in Public Professional Decision Making at the University of Bremen. She also studied at the University Dusiburg-Essen as well as the Finnish University of Turku. As founding member and deputy chairman of the society "Complex Decision Making - Society for Interdisciplinary Decision Making Processes", Anna Braam advocates for interdisciplinary approaches to problems in Bremen's politics, economy and civil society. During her internship with the Chamber of Labour in Bremen, she analyzed the employment situation of older people and dealt with the peculiarities of the pension reform of 2014. Last year, Anna Braam held a position as keynote speaker at the Foundation for German Economy concerning the topic of "The problem of assigning rights to people born in the future".

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schellAdrian Schell (Chair)
Schell studied law at the University of Frankfurt. Apart from his regular duties as the chair of the board, he is responsible for the judicial matters of FRFG.

 

 

 

wolfi kleinWolfgang Gründinger
Gründinger, born in 1984, is the speaker of the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations. He studied Political and Social Sciences in Regensburg, Berlin and Santa Cruz/California. He has published several books, including "Uprising of the Young - How We Can Avoid the War of Generations" and "The Energy Trap - A Retrospection on the Age of Fossil Fuel". He lives in Berlin as a freelancing journalist and political observer.

 

 

 

Jasmin Buck
Born 1986, Jasmin is journalist with the German newspaper „Rheinische Post“.  She studied communication science at the University of Münster and did research on the role of mass media in democratic societies.  She was a spokesman for her generation at the well-know ARD-Talkshow Günter Jauch. She live ins Moers.

Topics: Demographics, Young Politics