Corinna is founder and blogger of/at #Ge·no·zid·blogger. She graduated in 2012 from Kingston University London and Universitá degli studi di Siena with a Joint European Master of Arts in „Human Rights and Genocide Studies“. Additionally, she received a bachelor’s degree in International Law and Political Science from TU Dresden. Photo: OSCE/Misi Kondella
Janine is a guest blogger. Together with Corinna she studied „Human Rights and Genocide Studies“ and holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences. Janine sets a high value on education, therefore, she is mainly responsible for our educational concept and materials.
Miriam helps us to spread the message of genocide prevention on a more international level. She studied Swedish, Dutch and Icelandic at the University of Cologne and uses her impressive language skills to translate our blog. Together with Daniel she translates our articles into english.
Daniel received his master’s degree in translating and interpreting from the University of Nottingham. He wants to use his massive repertoire of languages (Spanish, French, English, Dutch and German) to support our project with the aim to educate an international audience about human rights and genocide prevention. He helps Miriam with the english version of the blog and Tara with the spanish one.