Our ambas­sadors pro­mote inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice, work on posi­tions and projects of the foun­da­tion and pro­vide fur­ther impuls­es for the foundation’s work in a vol­un­tary capac­i­ty.

Become an Ambas­sador for inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice!
You are young, com­mit­ted and would like to par­tic­i­pate active­ly and for the long term in our projects, par­tic­i­pate in the posi­tions of the foun­da­tion or rep­re­sent the foun­da­tion at lec­tures and press appear­ances? Then become an Ambas­sador.
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Current Ambassadors

 

Danyal Bayaz, PhD, MP
born 1983, joined SRzG in 2007, stud­ied pol­i­tics and eco­nom­ics and received his doc­tor­ate on finan­cial mar­kets. He is a man­age­ment con­sul­tant and a mem­ber of the exec­u­tive board of Bünd­nis 90 / Die Grü­nen in Baden-Würt­tem­berg. Danyal has been a mem­ber of the Bun­destag since 2017. He lives in his home­town Hei­del­berg.

Top­ics: Pen­sions, dig­i­tal­iza­tion, eco­log­i­cal mod­ern­iza­tion of the econ­o­my

 

 

Jas­min Buck
born 1986, was polit­i­cal edi­tor for the dai­ly news­pa­per Rheinis­che Post. Since August 2015 she has been press offi­cer at Ini­tia­tivkreis Ruhr in Essen. Jas­min Buck stud­ied com­mu­ni­ca­tion sci­ence in Mün­ster and did research on the role of mass media in democ­ra­cy. She dis­cussed the pen­sion sys­tem of the future in mul­ti­ple renowned Ger­man polit­i­cal talk shows. She lives in Moers in the west of the Ruhr area.

Top­ics: Demog­ra­phy, Young Pol­i­tics

 

 

Michelle Grebe
born 1995, stud­ies to become a Ger­man and His­to­ry teacher and stud­ies Polit­i­cal and Social Stud­ies in Würzburg. She works as a free­lance jour­nal­ist for var­i­ous mag­a­zines and news­pa­pers and is active as a social media edi­tor. As part of her teach­ing stud­ies, Michelle Grebe deals with dig­i­tal lit­er­a­cy and edu­ca­tion, as well as the influ­ence of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence on our edu­ca­tion­al sys­tem.

Top­ics: Edu­ca­tion, Par­tic­i­pa­tion

 

 

Wolf­gang Gründinger, PhD
born 1984, is an author, activist and ana­lyst. His sev­en book pub­li­ca­tions include “Alte Säcke Poli­tik” (“Pol­i­tics of Old Farts”) and “Meine kleine Volkspartei”. He is a con­sul­tant for dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion at the Bun­desver­band Dig­i­tale Wirtschaft (BVDW), Euro­pean Dig­i­tal Leader of the World Eco­nom­ic Forum, asso­ci­at­ed mem­ber of Think Tank 30 of the Club of Rome and deputy chair­man of the SPD Alexan­der­platz. The busi­ness mag­a­zine Cap­i­tal and the Han­dels­blatt includ­ed him in their rank­ings of the ‘young elite of Ger­many’. In his doc­tor­al the­sis at the Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty Berlin, he dealt with the influ­ence of inter­est groups in the ener­gy tran­si­tion. Pri­or to that, he stud­ied polit­i­cal and social sci­ences. For his work he was award­ed the prize ‘Das Poli­tis­che Buch’.

Top­ics: Demog­ra­phy, young pol­i­tics, ener­gy pol­i­cy, pen­sions, inher­i­tance tax, vot­ing age, etc.

 

Mar­tin Hagen
born 1981, is an inde­pen­dent strat­e­gy and com­mu­ni­ca­tions con­sul­tant. He pre­vi­ous­ly worked for an inter­na­tion­al man­age­ment con­sul­tan­cy, as press spokesman in the Ger­man Bun­destag and as CEO of the Bavar­i­an FDP. Mar­tin stud­ied pol­i­tics in Munich and Beer She­va (Israel) and was active in youth pol­i­cy dur­ing his stu­dent days, among oth­er things as region­al chair­man of the Young Lib­er­als of Bavaria and mem­ber of the Ger­man del­e­ga­tion for the Inter­na­tion­al Fed­er­a­tion of Lib­er­al Youth (IFLRY). He is edi­tor of the book “Das neue Bay­ern — Warum unser Land ein Update braucht”.

Top­ics: Edu­ca­tion, equal oppor­tu­ni­ties

 

Anna Hal­big
born in 1990, is cur­rent­ly doing her doc­tor­ate in ener­gy law. Pri­or to this, she com­plet­ed her legal trainee­ship and worked at the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion (Direc­torate-Gen­er­al for Ener­gy) in Brus­sels and the Euro­pean Court of Human Rights in Stras­bourg. She stud­ied law in Göt­tin­gen and Istan­bul. As part of her uni­ver­si­ty focus on “Euro­pean and inter­na­tion­al pub­lic law”, she par­tic­u­lar­ly dealt with (inter­na­tion­al) envi­ron­men­tal law and legal issues relat­ing to cli­mate-induced migra­tion. She par­tic­i­pat­ed in the UN cli­mate con­fer­ences in 2013, 2014 and 2017 as well as in the UN inter­im con­fer­ences in 2015 and 2017.

Top­ics: Cli­mate, Renew­able Ener­gies

 

Jonathan Hoff­mann
born 1989, is cur­rent­ly doing his PhD on the rela­tion of democ­ra­cy and inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice at the Uni­ver­si­ty of War­wick. He stud­ied polit­i­cal the­o­ry at Oxford Uni­ver­si­ty and com­plet­ed his bachelor’s degree in phi­los­o­phy, pol­i­tics and eco­nom­ics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Witten/Herdecke. Jonathan was also Chair­man of the Stu­dent Coun­cil, mem­ber of the aca­d­e­m­ic sen­ate and sci­en­tif­ic assis­tant to Prof. Dr. Rein­hard Loske (Chair of Pol­i­tics, Sus­tain­abil­i­ty and Trans­for­ma­tion Dynam­ics). From 2014 to 2016, he con­duct­ed research on the rela­tion­ship between dig­i­ti­za­tion and lead­er­ship at the leadal­ab of the orga­ni­za­tion­al con­sul­tan­cy osb-i in Berlin. Jonathan has a preschool-age son.

Top­ics: Insti­tu­tions for future gen­er­a­tions, inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice, inter­na­tion­al cli­mate jus­tice

 

Madeleine Hof­mann
born 1987, works as a free­lance jour­nal­ist in Berlin. She wrote the col­umn “Die Jugend von heute” for the debate mag­a­zine “The Euro­pean”, from which she devel­oped the online gen­er­a­tion mag­a­zine Know­ing (wh)Y in 2015.

Top­ics: Par­tic­i­pa­tion, demo­graph­ic change, future of work

 

 

René Kiesel­horst
born in 1988, stud­ies Inte­grat­ed Nat­ur­al Resource Man­age­ment at Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty Berlin and Stel­len­bosch Uni­ver­si­ty in South Africa. Pri­or to that, he stud­ied indus­tri­al engi­neer­ing with a focus on ener­gy and envi­ron­men­tal man­age­ment in Flens­burg and Qing­dao, Chi­na. Since 2012, he has been a reg­u­lar par­tic­i­pant in the UN cli­mate nego­ti­a­tions and, togeth­er with oth­er activists, has worked for the inclu­sion of inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice as one of the guid­ing prin­ci­ples of the Paris Agree­ment. In addi­tion to his stud­ies, he has worked on projects with the Ger­man Soci­ety for Inter­na­tion­al Coop­er­a­tion (GIZ), UNDP and the Sey­chelles.

Top­ics: Envi­ron­men­tal and cli­mate pol­i­cy, sus­tain­able devel­op­ment, youth par­tic­i­pa­tion

 

Simon Sales Pra­do
born in 1998, stud­ies polit­i­cal sci­ence in Berlin, where he vol­un­teers for asy­lum seek­ers. He grew up in Brazil, grad­u­at­ed from high school in Stuttgart and is a for­mer intern of the Foun­da­tion for the Rights of Future Gen­er­a­tions.

Top­ics: Demog­ra­phy, par­tic­i­pa­tion, polit­i­cal par­ties and the younger gen­er­a­tion

 

 

 

Char­lotte Unruh
born in 1994, is cur­rent­ly doing her PhD in Nor­ma­tive Ethics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Southamp­ton. She stud­ied phi­los­o­phy and polit­i­cal sci­ence at the uni­ver­si­ties of Read­ing (UK), Bochum, Bam­berg and Prince Edward Island (Cana­da). Charlotte’s research focus­es on the rights of future gen­er­a­tions. She is par­tic­u­lar­ly inter­est­ed in how the inter­ests of present and future gen­er­a­tions should be weighed up. One appli­ca­tion exam­ple is the eth­i­cal assess­ment of cli­mate pol­i­cy deci­sions.

Top­ics: Inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice, cli­mate jus­tice

 

Christi­na Wun­der
born in 1989, works as a press offi­cer in Brus­sels. She helps the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion to show peo­ple why a unit­ed Europe is bet­ter than “every­one for them­selves”. Christi­na is also the founder of the online mag­a­zine Chap­terOneMag. Here she writes about how nation­al and Euro­pean pol­i­tics can become younger and more diverse to bet­ter stand up for the rights of the younger gen­er­a­tion, no mat­ter how poor or rich they are. She is par­tic­u­lar­ly inter­est­ed in how dig­i­tal tech­nolo­gies — from arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence to robot­ics to fake news — will affect our future, and what we can do today to make tomor­row a fair­er dig­i­tal world.

Top­ics: Young pol­i­tics, digi­ti­sa­tion, social jus­tice and the Euro­pean Union