The management, represented by the niece of Elisabeth Käsemann, is being advised by a board of trustees. Among those are prominent figures who are striving to promote a democratic culture and the protection of human rights both at home and abroad.



Portrait Dorothee Weitbrecht


Dorothee Weitbrecht, PhD, Historian





Thomas Fischer


Chairperson of the board of trustees

Professor Thomas Fischer, chair of Latin American
History and director of the Central Institute for
Latin-American Studies (ZILAS) at the Catholic University
of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany; 2016-2020 chairman of the
Association of German Latin-American Studiess, since 2020
member of the ADLAF-board of directors; member of the
committee of editors of the journal "Iberoamericana.
América Latina, España y Portugal".



Prof. Dr. Jörg Hübner


Professor Jörg Hübner, managing academy director of
the Protestant Academy Bad Boll; associate professor of
systematic theology and social ethics at the Faculty
of Protestant Theology of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum;
member of the Advisory Commission on Sustainable
Development of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD);
co-editor of the encyclopedia of protestant social ethics
(Evangelisches Soziallexikon).



Potrait Dr. Adolfo Pérez Esquivel


Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, laureate of the Nobel Peace
Prize 1980; Argentinian campaigner for human rights and
advocate of a non-violent movement for peace and justice;
charter member and president of the ecumenical organization
"Servicio Paz y Justicia" in Latin America; holder of the
chair of Cultura para la Paz y los Derechos Humanos at the
University of Buenos Aires; jury member of the International
Nuremberg Human Rights Award.



Dr. Luisa Wettengel


Luisa Wettengel, lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology
at the University of Buenos Aires; member of the
organization of the Relatives of the Disappeared
German Citizens and People of German Descent in
Buenos Aires.





Potrait Heike Bosien


chairwoman of the advisory board
Heike Bosien, prelature reverend; managing director
General Secretary Service for Mission, Ecumenical
Relations and Development of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church in Wuerttemberg; member of the Advisory Board for International Ecumenical Matters of the Evangelical Church
in Germany; until 2013 member of the Central Committee
of the World Council of Churches.



Potrait Stefan Drößler


Stefan Drößler, subject specialist for social sciences at
the university library Stuttgart; active member of Amnesty
International (incl. expert commission for public relations);
co-founder and chairman of the foundation council of the
Stiftung Menschenrechtsbildung (educational human rights
foundation) in Ulm; co-editor of Edition Kettenbruch.



Portrait Mona Hafez


Mona Hafez, lives and works in Cologne as a project manager at GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH). After working in Russia, France, Tunisia, and Senegal, she is currently in charge of the Africa portfolio (Kenya, South Africa, Senegal) in the vocational training project "Build4Skills". She is an active member of DGVN e. V. (German Society for the United Nations) and EWMD (European Women's Management Development). Mona Hafez is a speaker and guest lecturer at universities and institutions on the topics of diversity, leadership, and international cooperation.



Portrait Ramiro Vera-Fluixá


Ramiro Vera-Fluixá, studied International Relations at the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, has lived in Germany since 1992 and works as a team leader in the International Placement Office (ZAV) in Stuttgart, Germany. He is also a volunteer member of the council of parishes of a town in Baden-Württemberg.