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Zwei Gesichter Jemens: Nur wirklicher Dialog bereitet den Weg zur Verständigung.

 

Die 16 Bundesländer und die rund 11.500 Gemeinden in Deutschland sind für das Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) wichtige Partner für die Gestaltung der deutschen Entwicklungspolitik.

 
 

Vjollca Hajdari

Vjollca Hajdari wurde in Mitrovica (Kosovo) geboren. Sie studierte Publizistik und Kommunikationswissenschaften, Politikwissenschaft und Ethnologie an der Freien Universität in Berlin. Hajdari war für albanische Medien und Presse tätig und schreibt zugleich für die deutsche und internationale Presse, (mitunter für EurActiv.de und IDN-InDepthNews und IPS-Inter Press Service). Die Journalistin arbeitete mit verschiedenen Medien wie; ARD, ZDF, RBB, DW, Berliner Zeitung zusammen. Zugleich war sie Gast mehrerer Fernseh- und Radiosender und der Presse, darunter "Sabine Christiansen", Inforadio, ZDF, ARD, rbb, Deutsche Welle.

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Winfried-Illo Graff

IN MEMORIAM

First Deputy Chairman

Since taking to voluntary retirement in 1996, Graff has been working as a freelance journalist after having served as Director of the Deutsche Welle Training Centre in Cologne for eighteen years.

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Tumenta Kennedy

Senior Adviser Global Ethics and Research

Trained in the field of global ethics, international economics and management, Tumenta F. Kennedy specializes in Economic Ethics, Corporate Responsibility, Governance issues, Entrepreneurial Spirit and Sustainability.

He was Program Director for ''Building Global Cooperation - New Alliances with Africa'' at the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics based in Lutherstadt Wittenberg/Germany.

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Thalif Deen

Advisor for the United Nations, Civil Society and USA

Thalif Deen has been covering the United Nations since the late 1970s. A former deputy news editor of the Sri Lanka Daily News, he was also a senior editorial writer on the Hong Kong Standard.

Thalif Deen has been runner-up, and cited twice for "excellence in UN reporting", at the annual awards presentation of the UN Correspondents’ Association.

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Suresh Jaura

Advisor for Canada and the South Asian Diaspora

An article in the Who's Who of a local Indo-Canadian weekly described Suresh Jaura as a "multifaceted" person. He has lived in three countries before moving to Canada in 1987.

He has travelled around the world to many countries and has taken a deep interest in the media since he was a student at 15 years of age. At the age of 23, he launched a monthly publication, CONFLUX, focussing on the cultural and social life of people in different parts of the world.

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Ramesh Jaura

Executive President

Journalist - Facilitator - Media Professional - Global Affairs Observer

Ramesh Jaura is a journalist and an experienced moderator | facilitator specialising in inter-cultural communication, globalization, international development cooperation, and South Asia, particularly India.

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Katsuhiro Asagiri

Vice President, Asia-Pacific Affairs

Katsuhiro Asagiri is President of IPS Japan, Vice President of Global Cooperation Council for Asian-Pacific Affairs and Bureau Chief of IDN-InDepthNews Asia-Pacific. Born in Okayama in 1965, Asagiri is a Japanese citizen.

History, Geography and Political Science make up his educational background (B.A. in Education, from Okayama National University, Japan, B.S. in Geography and Master's degree in Development Administration (MDA) from Western Michigan University, the U.S.A. From 1986-87 he worked in Kibbutz Megiddo, Israel while conducting researches on history and international relations in Europe and the Middle East.

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Julio Godoy

Member Executive Commitee

He was considered Guatemala's top investigative reporter before he was forced to flee the country under government pressure to silence him.

Reporting under constantly dangerous conditions, Godoy was kidnapped once, and the weekly newspaper he helped found was blown up.

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Jerome Monteu Nana

Co-opted Member of the Executive Committee

Born in Cameroon, Nana is a graduate engineer, working on Solutions Developer in the field of Business Software with a large European software corporation in Germany.

Alongside performing his job, he is actively engaged in North-South dialogue, and pleads for deployment of technologies as an instrument to combat poverty in the countries of the South.

Dr. Heike Nasdala

Deputy of Co-President

Nasdala is an art historian and a hispanist with a Ph.D from the University of Bonn, after study visits in Madrid and Cambridge.

She has been working with Inter Press Service (IPS) in Germany since 1992. Until August 2009 she was a lead editor for the German service of IPS.

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