30 Years of Development-Related Postgraduate Courses – Looking Back, Forward and Inward
The Development-Related Postgraduate Courses produce many successful alumni. During the anniversary year, we’d like to introduce some of them: In 1989, Anil Misra studied the Renewable Energy Use programme at Oldenburg University and has been advancing the use of renewable energies in his native India ever since.
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Multimedia story: Fair chances for all
With two out of 17, equality and empowerment are strongly represented in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. But scholarship holders and alumni of the Development-Related Postgraduate Courses want to make sure that they don’t only exist on paper. How do they contribute to ensuring the equal treatment of the genders?
Find out in the second chapter of the multimedia story

Taking the Role of Climate Politician
What goes on at international conferences? Why are negotiations frequently so difficult? When is a consensus reached? These questions were the focus of an interactive planning game in Berlin, in which students from five Development-Related Postgraduate Courses simulated a UN Climate Conference.
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Blog ‘Back Home’

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Elizabeth Mosqueda made a lot of progress during her International Climate Protection Fellowship – professionally and personally. She shares her experiences and future plans in her latest blog entry.
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