Dr. Ismail Al Baz
has been involved in international development cooperation for nearly 30 years, working for a variety of actors in both governmental and non-governmental development cooperation. His work predominantly focusses on water, sanitation and hygiene in the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa). He currently lives in Amman (Jordan) and spearheads a venture for the adaptation of the sanitation sector to climate change.
is head of a business consultancy (Sensing Consulting) in Paris. She is a chairmember of the organisation Fondatio that implements projects in Chile, Togo and Benin, and thus has extensive experience in the challenges faced by developing countries.
Sarah Joy Huegler
Yvonne Altorfer Sarah Joy Huegler has studied sociology in Mainz and Lisbon. Her main research during her studies was on Corporate Social Responsibility in Brazil. She gathered work experiences abroad at UNDP in Sierra Leone and Tanzania, the GIZ in Mozambique as well as at the European Commission.
is advisor in the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. He has been responsible for the support of development projects of German NGOs and works currently in the Middle East department. Prior he has been working several years for GIZ with a focus on peace, security and development. Further workplaces have been the German Parliament, the EU-Commission and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna as well as in South-East Asia. He studied political sciences.
Christian Noll is cofounder and managing director of the Deutsche Unternehmensinitiative Energieeffizienz e.V. (DENEFF). The initiative is comprised of more than 100 pioneering companies and advocates an effective policy for energy efficiency in Germany and Europe to combat climate change and energy poverty among others. Previously, he both worked and published as a campaigner for the Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland e.V. (BUND) in the field of sustainability and was a co-editor of the Klimakochbuch in 2009.
is active in bilateral development cooperation and is in charge of a venture for improving the school education of refugees in Jordan. She has many years’ of experience in development cooperation in a variety of places in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Arab World. Her work focusses on general education and providing children with an equal access to high-quality education.
a junior doctor at the University Hospital for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Bern. Previous stages of his career were a pharma company, a neurological intensive care unit as well as the fields of medical education and oncology as part of research and project work. He furthermore has been working for WHO projects on health promotion as well as for the Deutsche Gehörlosen-Bund e.V. as a director of projects.
is analyst and advisor for impact assessment at PHINEO. He has several years of experience working in civil society, amongst other as a project lead for a foundation in the area of sustainability, education and Impact Investment. He studied Political Sciences and Economic Ethics and is a systemic advisor.
Rostock is team leader of the division Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the environmental and development organisation Germanwatch e.V. in Bonn as well as the professional promoter for climate and development for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. His passion is promoting political ESD by way of the Germanwatch Hand Print. Stefan Rostock studied theology and geography in Freiburg and previously worked as an advisor for international ecology at the BUND and Friends of the Earth Germany and as a development specialist for small hydro power projects in Cameroon.
works for the conservation programme Conservamos por Naturaleza in Peru. She supports private organisations in planning, implementing and monitoring of conservation measures. She has previously gathered experience while working for UNEP, UNHCR and the Nature Conservancy. She holds a Master’s Degree in Conservation Science and had a maritime conservation scholarship from the Mercator Foundation.
is doing a PhD at the University of Oxford on ageing and caregiving in low-and-middle income countries. Previously, she worked in global public health policy and research, including for national and international NGOs in Cambodia as well as for the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Geneva.