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19.12.2022, 18:00 - 19:00 Uhr
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine generated a broad international response as countries such as Germany and the United States mustered diplomatic and economic support for Ukraine. But how have NGOs responded to the needs of refugees and Ukrainians on the ground? And how has the University of Freiburg responded to the needs of its Ukrainian students and researchers? Join our discussion with Ambassador (retired) Dr. Christine Althauser, Förderverein Alumni Freiburg e.V. and Alice Greider, World Jewish Relief (London). They will discuss how the needs of Ukrainian refugees are being addressed, and how Freiburg friends and alumni can support students at the university today.
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Monday, December 19
9.00 PT | 12.00 ET | 17.00 London | 18.00 MEZ
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Dr. Christine Althauser: Following her studies in Political Science, Slavic Studies and Sinology in Heidelberg, Dr. Christine D. Althauser lived in Taiwan to conduct various studies abroad and in the former Soviet Union on a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). She later completed her doctorate with a dissertation on “Russia’s Path to the Council of Europe” and took on a lectureship at the Department of Political Science at the University of Freiburg between 2005 and 2007. As a member of the German Foreign Service, Dr. Althauser became Ambassador to North Macedonia in 2014 and headed the German Consulate General in Shanghai until May 2021. She has been the second chairwoman of the Alumni Freiburg Förderverein e.V. since May 2022.
Alice Greider is the Older People’s Programme Officer at World Jewish Relief, responding to the material and social needs of older people and people with disabilities in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus, and Bosnia. She previously lived in Ukraine as a US Peace Corps Volunteer, working with youth in the southern Odesa region. While studying international relations at Penn State University, Alice took a semester to study in Freiburg with a programme focusing on the European Union. She holds a master’s in international affairs from Penn State University. Alice currently lives in Cardiff, UK.
Donations in Germany to the fundraising campaign can be made directly through Alumni Freiburg e.V. (see here).
Donations from the United States to the fundraising campaign can be made through Friends of Freiburg University by clicking here.
Donations to World Jewish Relief can be made by clicking here.