Nina Lüders studied Political Science in Hamburg, Poznań and Berlin. She is a certified Betzavta Trainer and did an extra degree in Childhood Studies and Children's Rights at Freie Universität Berlin. She joined the Kreisau-Initiative in 2009 as a educational programmes specialist and in 2014 she became the executive director.
Kerim Somun he has been working for the Kreisau-Initiative since February 2017. His main focus is the project Model International Criminal Court (MICC). He studied Public Administration at the University of Sarajevo and wrote his bachelor thesis on including youth in decision-making processes. His interests focus mainly on human rights, peace building, transitional justice and youth leadership.
Uğur Elhan studied Sociology, Human Rights Law in Turkey, and Intercultural Conflict Management in Berlin. Since 2003, he has been active in the field of youth work and youth policies. He joined the Kreisau-Initiative in October 2019 and is responsible for the project "360° Deutschland – vielfältig, demokratisch, engagiert".
Project Coordinator for "360° Germany"
Email: uhlig [at] kreisau.de
Phone: +49 (0)30 / 53 89 31 63 64
Languages: German, English
Office days: Monday and Tuesday
Rebekka Uhlig gratuated in Free Art in Brema in the 1980s. As an artist, she has balancd between art and social politics. She has been iniciating and coordinating socio-cultural and participative projects in cooperation with various institutions for 30 years now. She joined the Kreisau-Initiative in 2019.
Elisabeth Kremer studied German-French studies and European Studies in Germany, France and Denmark. She is a certified teamer of intercultural youth meetings and group-interpreter within the German-French Youth Cooperation. Since May 2018, she has been working as a programme manager in the Kreisau-Initiative.