Table Topics: “Nutrition, Accomodation, Dignity: Supply for Refugees”

Daniel Heinrich (photo: private)

Daniel Heinrich (photo: private)

Daniel Heinrich is a political editor at Deutschlandfunk (DLF) and Deutsche Welle (DW). His main area of interest lays on Turkey, the situation of migrants in Germany and the refugee crisis. In December 2015 he traveled to Jordan and focused his work on Camp al-Zataari, the biggest refugee camp in the Middle East, and the daily struggle of Syrian refugees. In April 2016 he reported from the Aegean region around Izmir on the effects that the EU-Turkey Deal has had on refugees in Turkey. He traveled several times to the German-Austrian border to inform about the effects that the European migration policies have on the refugees but also on the local population.

At the WorldWeberCafé he will talk about his experiences „on the ground“, about his encounters with refugees, the local population in the affected regions and share his thoughts on the reactions of politicians from the different aisles of the political spectrum.

Daniel Heinrich studied Turkology and International Relations in Istanbul and Munich.

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    […] Wasser, Wohnung, Würde – Versorgung in der Stadt: Daniel Heinrich (Deutsche Welle/Deutschlandfunk) […]

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