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Tobias Wallusch

Main Office / Education Manager

I have been working as a full-time employee at PJR Dresden since March 2013. I studied Political Science / Sociology / Modern History at the TU Dresden and was able to gain experience on the field through many years of volunteer work. During my studies, I was active in various educational organisations in Dresden and spent a long time in Latin America as part of three stays abroad (studying, development and peacemaking work).

Franziska Herrmann

Main Office / Education Manager

I have been working full-time at PJR Dresden e.V. since September 2005. I completed a master’s degree in educational science/psychology/communication science at the TU Dresden and successfully graduated in 1999. I then worked for the school evaluation research group at the Institute of Educational Sciences at the TU Dresden and was subsequently responsible for setting up the “Social Action” project at the Saxon Centre for School and Youth Work. I particularly enjoy working at the PJR because I get to meet lots of cool people and develop exciting projects.

Stilla Stitz

Voluntary / Chairwoman of the Board

I am currently studying political science and teaching at the TU Dresden and came across the PJR via ehrensache.jetzt while looking for voluntary work in the field of political education. Initially, I got to know and help shape the life of the association behind the scenes as a joint board member. In September 2021, I was elected to the Board at the General Assembly – and I’m excited about the new opportunities that come with being on the Board.

Robert Härer

Voluntary / Chairman of the Board

In the search for a new, meaningful and fulfilling voluntary work experience I found PJR through ehrensache.jetzt. The combination of active involvement in the organisation and the promotion and dissemination of socio-political education within a wide range of project collaborations really attracted me and connects well with my many years of experience in extracurricular youth work.

Nelly Saibel

Voluntary / Chairwoman of the Board

I became aware of the PJR in 2017 through a Facebook post looking for a volunteer supervisor for a seminar trip to Kaliningrad. Since then, I have taken part in international encounters both as a supervisor and as a participant. I am currently at the end of my Master’s degree in Political Science & Literature and Cultural Studies. I am very excited to have been elected to the board of the PJR in August 2022 and to be able to take on responsibility for the association.

Clarissa Becker

Voluntary / Member of the Board

I became aware of the PJR through an international youth exchange. I have been actively involved with the association since 2019 and have already had the opportunity to take part in the organisation and supervision of a youth exchange. I really appreciate the PJR for its commitment to political education in Dresden. I am currently completing my Master’s degree in Politics and Constitution at the TU Dresden. I am extremely pleased to have been elected to the board and to be able to realise new educational projects together with the committed people of the PJR.

Anna-Lena Gräfe

Voluntary / Member of the Board

Two years ago, I decided to move to the Dresden area for my studies. I stumbled across the PJR on the ehrensache.jetzt platform and have been active in the “AG Rassismuskritik” ever since. I enjoy working on current political issues and being able to put my ideas into practice by organising workshops. In summer 2023, I was elected as a member of the board and am now looking forward to a nice collaboration with everyone involved.

Pablo Roselló Gil

European Solidarity Corps (ESC) Volunteer

After I finished my degree in Translation and Intercultural Mediation in Spain, I really wanted to go on and explore a bit more of Germany. My surroundings and my curiosity have ended up making me a really politically active person, and that’s exactly the kind of thing I can let here during my ESC year in PJR develop freely. I am really excited to learn in this coming year much more about Politics, History and German Culture.

Benjamin Markus

Social Voluntary Year in Politics (FSJ) Volunteer

I’m Benjamin and after completing my university entry exams I was looking for a way to make my interest in politics my first work-life experience. After my interview at the PJR, I realised that it was exactly the right thing for me. I am excited and looking forward to the following year full of experiences, impressions and opportunities to expand my knowledge.