Susanne Ulrich, Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP)

 

Susanne Ulrich (56) studied Science of Administration (including Politics, Law, Economy, History and Sociology) at the University of Konstanz. Since 1995 she has been employed at the Center for Applied Policy Research (C.A.P) at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University in Munich. In July 2003 Susanne Ulrich became the director of the Academy Leadership & Competence at the Center for Applied Policy Research. Together with colleagues she worked out a concept and a definition of tolerance. She also developed special programmes for teaching democracy and tolerance and a concept of “Participatory Evaluation”. She consulted and evaluated a large number of national and international programs, institutions and projects. Since 2012 she has trained every year trainers from the MENA Region in the field of democracy, diversity and organizational development.

سوزان أولريش،

ولدت عام 1961 في مدينة دوسلدورف. درست علوم الإدارة (بما في ذلك السياسة والقانون والاقتصاد والتاريخ وعلم الاجتماع) في جامعة كونستانز. عملت منذ عام 1995 في مركز أبحاث السياسة التطبيقية (C.A.P) في جامعة لودفيغ ماكسيميليان في ميونيخ. كانت مسؤولة عن مشروع التعليم من أجل الديمقراطية والتسامح. كما وضعت برامج خاصة لتدريس الديمقراطية والتسامح. تعمل سوزان أولريتش مع مجموعات مستهدفة مختلفة، على سبيل المثال مع المعلمين والطلاب والإداريين وضباط الشرطة. في يوليو 2003، أصبحت سوزان أولريتش مديرة أكاديمية القيادة والكفاءة في مركز أبحاث السياسة التطبيقية. كما طورت مفهوم “التقييم التشاركي” بالتعاون مع فلوريان ونزل. تشاورت وقيّمت عددًا من البرامج والمؤسسات والمشاريع منذ ذلك الحين.


Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP)

The Academy Leadership & Competence serves as a supplier of educational concepts, training and consulting in the field of curricular and extracurricular civic education. The focus of our work is to advance democratic thinking and action in our society. As part of the Centre for Applied Policy Research, a Munich‐based think‐tank, we are attached to the Ludwigs‐Maximilian University. Our portfolio comprises innovative concepts for democratic discourse, for decision making and for learning to accept the consequences. As part of a migration society, our work focusses on issues of heterogenity and diversity as well as on the participatory regulation of political and societal processes. We provide concepts and training which help individuals, groups and institutions strengthen their democratic competences concerning decision-making and conflict resolution. Our approach emphasizes the daily life experience and the relevance for specific private and occupational contexts. We work with trainers, executives and responsible persons at the interfaces of politics, administration, police, economy and free associations.

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