Michael Windfuhr is a political scientist, educated at the University of Heidelberg. Since , he has been the Deputy Director of the German Institute for Human Rights, the national human rights institution of Germany. For the five years prior to this, he served as Human Rights Director of Bread for the World, the development organisation of the Protestant church of Germany. Between and he worked with FIAN-International FoodFirst Information and Action Network , an international human rights organisation that focuses on the realisation of the right to adequate food.
In the last 10 years, he has contributed to the effort to set standards for the right to food. He brought his experience in international relations to the Institute of Political Science at the University of Heidelberg. From to he was also a part-time assistant to Prof. Klaus von Beyme. In addition Michael Windfuhr lectured at the Institute for more than ten years.
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His main fields of publication and teaching are: human rights policies, international relations theory, international economic and development policies. He has published extensively, particularly on economic, social and cultural rights as well as on trade and agricultural policies. Lastest book publications: Windfuhr, Michael ed. Human Rights in Times of Globalisation, Stockholm, His expertise and interests are inter alia public international law, National Human Rights Institutions NHRIs ; human rights action plans; poverty and social exclusion, non-discrimination; economic, social and cultural human rights, in particular right to education; the right to be equal before the law; the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPD , human rights-based monitoring and evaluation; human rights treaty law in the German justice system.
A comparitive analysis of the role of courts, Oxford: Oxford University Press, , pp. Valentin Aichele's presentations. She coordinates the annual human rights report to the German Bundestag. From to she was a researcher and lecturer at Maastricht University. Her expertise includes asylum and migration, policy-making in the European Union as well as qualitative research methods.
She previously worked for serval organisations in the field of political education. Claudia Engelmann studied international human rights law, political science and German Literature in Oxford, Stockholm and Konstanz. Selected publications: "Hausordnungen menschenrechtskonform gestalten.
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Initially employed as a researcher and policy adviser on various projects in the Human Rights Education department, she switched to working for the National CRC Monitoring Mechanism in Stephan Gerbig is a lawyer whose studies focused on international and European law. After his legal traineeship, he worked as an advisor on Fundamental and Human Rights for the Evangelical Church in Germany as well as lecturing on constitutional law and criminal procedural law. She currently focuses on accountability of donors as well as strategies for civil society promotion.
Next to advising both state and non-state institutions of development cooperation, she works as an independent consultant. Journal of International Development, 9 4 : Klingebiel, Stephan : Wirkungen der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit in Konfliktsituationen. Lancaster, Carol : Aid to Africa — so much to do, so little done. Chicago, Univ. Princeton, Princeton Univ. Lancaster, Warren : The Code of Conduct: whose code, whose conduct?
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