Dr. des. Albert Denk
Albert Denk is a researcher at the Research Center for Sustainability (FFN). His previous work focuses on anti-discrimination, development and environmental policy, global social inequalities, sustainable development, postcolonial theories, transformation research, and the United Nations.
Mr. Denk completed his doctorate in political sociology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. In his dissertation, he reconstructed the negotiations on the UN Agenda 2030 with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and developed transformative elements for reforming the United Nations. In addition, as a research associate at the Technical University of Munich, he was responsible for the Erasmus+ project "HAND in HAND: Social and emotional skills for tolerant and non-discriminatory societies". Mr. Denk studied at FLACSO Buenos Aires, Munich University of Applied Sciences, Humboldt University Berlin, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi and Universitat de Barcelona. He has been a visiting researcher at KU Leuven, New York University and Venice International University.
TRANSENS - DIPRO (Dialogues and Process Design in Interaction of Law, Justice and Governance). Poject focus: participation of citizens, transdisciplinary research and learning processes
Environmental Policy in Dialogue - Environment / Populism / Democracy; Project focus: Populism research in the field of climate, sustainability and environmental policy with a focus on communication formats
Environmental Policy and the Populist Challenge; Project focus: Populism research in the field of climate, sustainability and environmental policy with a focus on strategy development.