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IFAIR e.V.

Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations (IFAIR) e.V.

District Court Charlottenburg Berlin, Registry Number: VR 30447 B

Responsible according to § 5 TMG, § 55 RfStV: Executive Board of IFAIR e.V.

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Further information on IFAIR and IFAIR membership can be found on this website.

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Statute & Donations

The “Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations (IFAIR) e.V.” was founded on 17 December 2010 and was registered as a charitable association on 4 April 2011. IFAIR’s headquarters are in Berlin. Please read our statutes (in German) for further information.

For our charitable work, we rely on donations. We appreciate receiving donations either via boost, betterplace or by bank transfer:

Account holder: Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations e.V.

Bank: Deutsche Skatbank

IBAN: DE33 8306 5408 0004 7558 47

BIC (SWIFT Code): GENODEF1SLR

Executive Board

IFAIR’s executive board was appointed in September 2016 during the most recent meeting of members and consists of five members:

  • Johannes Klein
    Johannes Klein
    Executive Board, Chief Editor
  • Dr. Kilian Spandler
    Dr. Kilian Spandler
    Executive Board, Members
  • Lukas Rudolph
    Lukas Rudolph
    Founder
  • Dr. Steffen Murau
    Dr. Steffen Murau
    Executive Board, Impact Groups
  • Theresa Lieb
    Theresa Lieb
    Executive Board, Human Resources
Johannes Klein
Executive Board, Chief Editor

Johannes Klein is member of the Executive Board and Chief Editor for IFAIR’s Think Tank.

Johannes currently completes his Carlo-Schmid fellowship at the Governance Directorate of the OECD in Paris. Prior to this he graduated in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies from the College of Europe in Bruges and studied at Master and Bachelor level International Relations in Germany, the Netherlands and Brazil. Next to internships at the German Federal Foreign Office, with various NGOs in Europe and Latin America, the EU and the German Bundestag, he worked as IFAIR’s Director for ‘Global Affairs’ and is a member of the Executive Board. Johannes speaks German, English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.

Contact: johannes.klein@ifair.eu

Dr. Kilian Spandler
Executive Board, Members

Dr. Kilian Spandler is an executive board member and responsible for IFAIR’s members and diversity management.

He is a visiting researcher at the School of Global Studies of the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Kilian completed his PhD in International Relations at the University of Tübingen in 2016. His academic work focuses on the relation between regional and global governance. Kilian is the author of ‘Regional Organizations in International Society’, a book on the history of ASEAN and the EU. He has researched and taught International Relations at several institutions in Germany, Indonesia, Sweden and the United States. Together with Lukas Rudolph and Steffen Murau, he founded IFAIR’s Impact Group “EU-ASEAN Perspectives”. Kilian speaks German, English and French, and has some basic knowledge in Indonesian and Swedish.

Contact: kilian.spandler@ifair.eu

Lukas Rudolph
Founder

Lukas Rudolph is Co-Founder of IFAIR and was member of the Executive Board until 2017.

Lukas is research associate and PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science of the University of Munich (LMU). In his dissertation, he works on questions of Comparative Political Economy, especially on the relationship between elections and institutions. He has a Master of Arts (2012) in Political Science, Intercultural Communication and Law and a Bachelor of Science in Economics. During his studies, he focused on questions of development and International Relations. He worked, amongst others, in development cooperation, science and consulting projects. Lukas speaks German, English, French and Bangla.

Contact: lukas.rudolph@ifair.eu

Dr. Steffen Murau
Executive Board, Impact Groups

Dr Steffen Murau is an executive board member and responsible for IFAIR’s Impact Groups.

He currently works as a postdoctoral fellow at Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. Steffen completed his PhD in International Political Economy at City, University of London in November 2017. From 2013 to 2017, he has been teaching political economy, international relations and economics at City, University of London, University College London (UCL) and Columbia University, New York. Until 2012, he studied political science, philosophy, economics and international law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. He interned at Deutsche Bundesbank and the German Institute for Security and International Affairs, and implemented a development project in Cameroon with a German NGO. Steffen speaks German, English, French and Arabic.

Contact: steffen.murau@ifair.eu

Theresa Lieb
Executive Board, Human Resources

Theresa Lieb is an executive board member responsible for IFAIR’s staff development and human resources..

Theresa follows a research master in Environmental Change and Management at the University of Oxford. She graduated from Leiden University College in The Hague in 2015 with a major in International Development and a minor in Policy Science. Her thematic focus lies on sustainable food systems, particularly in cities and the context of international development. Theresa gained practical experience as a volunteer of the “weltwärts” Programme in a marine conservation project in Ecuador, as intern with the German Development Bank KfW and the German Development Service GIZ in Brazil in the fields of tropical forest conservation, renewable energy and energy efficiency and as project assistant for urban food policy for NAHhaft. Theresa speaks German, English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

Contact: theresa.lieb@ifair.eu

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