Ulrike Ehling is a political scientist, who did her doctorate on the possibility of deliberate governance in international organizations. She studied in Lüneburg, Berlin, Kyoto and worked on several Research Projects at the University of Bremen, Frankfurt (Oder), as well as working at the Institut für Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam. Prior to joining THE NEW INSTITUTE, she worked worked as a Senior Consultant at an agency for Strategic Development and Communcations. The agency focused on scientific and impact projects.
What gives you hope?
How does change happen?
During a coversation, there are moments, when we discover mutual understanding. That is the moment when the strength of change is liberated.
What is the best advice you ever got?
You have to take life the way it is but you cannot leave it the same.