Jan-David accompanies the Global Scholarly Dialogue Programme as a project manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a master’s degree in Latin American Studies from the FU Berlin. As part of his master’s thesis, he researched discourses on international solidarity from a postcolonial and feminist perspective. In his research, his goal was to analyze the inherent power structures which manifested in the solidarity discourse(s) of an international trade union training programme, where he himself had worked for three years. Before and during his studies he lived for longer periods in Argentina, Brazil, and Spain. In his work and activism he is frequently engaged in educational programmes in different contexts. His research interests include theories of solidarity, renewal of the (transnational) trade union movement, postcolonial theories, queer and gender studies, and of course counter-strategies to authoritarianism.
Jan-David Echterhoff (PM)
All Publications from Jan-David Echterhoff:
Food systems, climate denialism and environmental activism in the Global South under COVID-19
Pedro Magalhães (Brazil) discusses with Boaventura Monjane (Mozambique), Sabrina Fernandes (Brazil), and Saker El Nour (Egypt) from the International Research Group on Authoritarianism and Counter-Strategies (IRGAC) on food systems, environmental activism and climate denialism in the Global South.
State, Police, and Counter-Strategies in the Contemporary Middle East: Insights from Egypt and Turkey
Roundtable Discussion | Friday November 12, 2021 | 17:00–19:30 | Speakers: Deniz Yonucu (Newcastle University / EUME Fellow 2015-17) Hossam Elhamalawy (journalist) Adham Youssef (journalist / Freie Universität Berlin) Chair & Discussant: Erol Saglam (Freie Universität Berlin / Istanbul Medeniyet University / Fellow of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation / IRGAC 2021-22)