Michelle Deutsch

Democratic Participation in the Climate Crisis, the Modern State

Michelle worked as a project manager on resilient democracy and modern state. Previously, Michelle worked at the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs during the German EU Presidency.  She studied Public Governance at the University of Münster, the University of Twente and Seoul, and Public Policy at the Hertie School in Berlin. Michelle leads, among other projects, the Kollekt project on anti-democratic attitudes and loneliness among youth, and is accompanying an international fellowship program in the run-up to COP28 for young people from Germany, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Western Balkans.

Democracy Lab Progress Report 2017/2018

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Demokratie muss sich unentwegt selbst hinterfragen, um ihren zentralen Werten gerecht zu werden

Climate Connaction: Youth Climate Fellowship Program

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[applications are closed] You are a young leader, thinker or campaigner committed to climate action? We welcome your application for our non-resident Climate Fellowship Program!

What future for democracy?

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