Niklas explores the role of gender in conflict and post-war development. (he/they)
Thorsten’s interests include the UN, security, data and technology politics, and the making of global (dis)order.
Sarah focuses on political violence, security governance and EU foreign policy. (she/her)
Younna supports the institute’s work on 49security and feminist foreign policy. (she/her)
Hannah contributes to GPPi’s communications and peace & security activities. (she/her)
Angeliki focuses on migration management policies and migration governance in the EU. (she/her)
Gelila’s research interests include the political economy of conflict, security governance and bottom-up peacebuilding. (she/her)
Alex has expertise in humanitarian and development policy, and a keen interest in multi-stakeholder initiatives.
Fennet’s interest include gender and reconciliation in conflicts, OSINT and feminist foreign policy. (she/her)
Jakob’s interests include state formation, economic development and political order, and state-business relations. (he/him)
Wade focuses on technology, development and multi-stakeholder partnerships. He also manages GPPi’s operations. (he/him)
Amanda oversees the Transatlantic Digital Debates fellowship program. (she/they)
Julian explores international law and policy on refugees, human rights, and humanitarian aid.
Melissa focuses on stabilization, crisis prevention and peacebuilding. (she/her)
Katharina manages GPPi’s communications, publications and outreach activities. (she/her)
Amanda leads the institute’s efforts in digital communications and public outreach. (she/they)
Wolfgang’s expertise includes global governance, economic institutions, and public-private partnerships.
Philipp leads the institute’s work on peace and security in a changing global order.
Joel’s expertise includes facilitating international dialogues and the role of rising powers in global governance.
Tobias’s expertise includes insurgency and counterinsurgency in the contemporary Middle East.
Karam’s research interests include the Syrian conflict and the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
Julia conducts research and leads GPPi’s evaluation practice on humanitarian and development issues.
Sonya contributes to GPPi’s communications, publications and outreach activities. (she/her)
Kristina’s areas of expertise include public-private partnerships and European law.
Gunther oversees the technical development and administration of GPPi’s websites, systems, and networks.
Marie focuses on humanitarian action, including forecast-based financing and anticipatory action. (she/her)
Abi focuses on stabilization, security force assistance and UK foreign and defense policy. (she/her)
Habibi areas of expertise include human disposition enhancement and office beautification.
Watson promotes interspecies dialogue at GPPi headquarters.