Global peacebuilder summit

Global Peacebuilder Summit

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Michael Gleich
Michael Gleich is a journalist, publicist, presenter and the director of the Culture Counts Foundation. He has been reporting from the world's crisis regions and war-torn areas for 15 years now. In the process he has come to know the invaluable work done by peacebuilders from civil society, and this has led to the idea of bringing together outstanding individuals and organisations in a summit meeting, in order to provide support for their commitment and promote international networking.

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Tina Gadow
Tina Gadow is a theatre expert, presenter and specialist in producing events which encourage active participant involvement. She is fascinated by cultural diversity, and focuses on the question of how this can constructively be put into practice. Her role in the summit is to design its formats and draw up the agenda; she will also present the event.


Maja Tittlbach
Media specialist and journalist Maja Tittlbach has for years now devoted her work to the themes of environment, sustainability and peace. As project assistant she is responsible for the event's logistics, and for providing support in project management and communication. In this capacity she will help the peacebuilders to find their way to Paretz and Berlin. Whichever questions arise, Maja always has the answer.


Tilman Wörtz
Tilman Wörtz is the director of the press agency 'Zeitenspiegel Reportagen' and assistant director of the Culture Counts Foundation. He is responsible for the media production of the Global Peacebuilder Summit.


Holger Bergmann
Holger Bergmann is the financial director of the Culture Counts Foundation, and takes care of the Global Peacebuilder Summit's financial aspects. He has many years of experience in development projects in Africa, including activities such as microloans and peace radio in the Ivory Coast.

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Heidemarie Wünsche-Piètzka
Dr. jur., Internationales Recht, Hochschullehrbefähigung facultas docendi, Systemische Organisationsentwicklung (Schweiz, Österreich, USA), Vermittlung (Training, of Trainers) von Methodenkompetenz (Großgruppenarbeit, Design von Lernarrangements), Gender Mainstreaming Expertin mit Erfahrung im In- und Ausland, Trainings zur Entwicklung von DUO-Methodenkompetenz, 10 Jahre Dialogerfahrung, Dialog Facilitator/Ausbilderin im interdisziplinären, interkulturellen und interreligiösen Kontext. Direktorin des institut dialog transnational

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Tobias Hartkemeyer
Dr. agr, Studium Agrarwissenschaften und Lehramtsstudium Biologie/Geographie für das Lehramt (Gymnasien) in Kassel, Almeria (Spanien) und Plymouth (Holistic Science-Schumacher College, GB); wiss. Mitarbeiter an der Uni Kassel, Ausbilder im Bereich Ökolandbau, Social Entrepreneur mit Schwerpunkt salutogenetische Landbaukultur; 15 Jahre Erfahrung in Dialogprozess Begleitung, Dialogue Facilitator im interdisziplinären, interkulturellen und interreligiösen Kontext, Ausbilder (in Englischer und deutscher Sprache), Vorsitzender der Adolf-Reichwein-Gesellschaft.


Gabriele Schlipf
Gabriele Schlipf sees herself as an artistic live interpreter, turning spoken words into accessible images. As a graphic recorder, also called scribe, she will visually summarize any topic in business, science, politics or culture. She is working at congresses, debates, workshops as well as lectures.
Gabriele Schlipf studied Visual Communication at HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd College of Design and at the University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf and graduated from there with an MA equivalent diploma in design studies. She has since worked as a freelance Creative Director for more than a decade and has applied her idea of “design based upon concepts” mainly to Corporate Design and Information Design. She lives in Berlin and works everywhere … all over Germany, Europe and the rest of the world.


Eric Vazzoler
Born in 1963 in Paris, Eric studied Russian at the Sorbonne and became a free-lance portrait photographer for various French publications including Libération, Le Point, and La Vie, with short stints at Vu, Sipa und Editing (Paris). He joined Zeitenspiegel in 2006, the same year he was nominated for the Prix Niepce. 2008 grand prix at the Lodz photo festival. His favorite subject is youth culture in Europe and the former Soviet Union, and his upcoming projects involve sportswomen. Conducts workshops in French, Russian, English and German.