Dr. Ulrike Wolff-Jontofsohn is a senior researcher and lecturer for Comparative and Intercultural Education at the Freie Universität Berlin and consultant on democratic school development and diversity for the Berlin Senate of Education, Sports and Youth. She was director of the in-service teacher training department at the Freiburg University of Education until 2008.
In the last ten years she has worked intensively as an expert and consultant on human rights education and school development for international organisations and for German ministries and foundations. She was a lead expert in the German school development programme “Learning and Living Democracy” (2001-2007) and is currently involved in a German pilot programme on “School development in Immigration Society” and in a new project on refugee integration.
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