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Ketevan Wehrsig

Interested in conflict transformation, human rights, and gender equality

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Ketevan joined our Berlin office in January 2020. She was born and raised in Borjomi, a small, multicultural city in the Georgian mountains. Ketevan has extensive experience in the development and implementation of educational projects.

During her studies, Ketevan conducted research on education and social cohesion in multiethnic communities.

Previously, she has been working with ethnic minorities in the regions of Georgia, to promote gender equality and integration. A European Voluntary Service brought her to Berlin for the first time, where she supported the coordination of the Social Leader Forum for young professionals from civil society, business and administration from four Caucasus countries.

Ketevan is an alumna of the programs Joint Civic Education by Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg of Robert Bosch Stiftung and MitOst, and Youth Peace Ambassadors by the Council of Europe. These programs had a strong impact on her which is why she wishes to contribute to social justice.

Her major areas of interest are interculturalism, conflict transformation, human rights, and gender equality. Ketevan has studied law at the Georgian-American University in Tbilisi and holds a master’s degree in European Studies from the University of Flensburg. During her studies, Ketevan conducted research on education and social cohesion in multiethnic communities.

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Updated January 2020