Janine Röttgerkamp is an equality and human rights advocate from Germany. She considers herself a feminist, holds a BA in Cultural Theory and Economics, and is currently pursuing her MA in Culture and Migration Studies focusing on International Relations. She has volunteered for an NGO in Peru, interned in German and Peruvian Foreign Policy, researched with the Cuban Cultural Research Ministry, and has lived in Germany, Cuba, and Nicaragua. She is active with refugee organizations and is a member of an anti-discriminatory student group. In her past, she has been part of a congress planning team on South American Politics and co-founded an inclusive self-help student group. Janine has zero-tolerance for injustices and is constantly learning more to discover possibilities to make creating a more just society her profession. She is passionate about animals, nature and loves good food. You can most probably find her sitting in the sun reading books about ways of re-imagining our world.
Updated April 2021
More from Janine Röttgerkamp
Building Home(s) is a participatory and interactive series of events about immigration and belonging, asking the question of what makes Frankfurt home.
An Intersectional Feminist Approach to Migration Policy
Janine Röttgerkamp wrote an article for Women in Foreign Policy entitled ‘Why and Intersectional Feminist Approach to Migration Policy is Important and How You Can Contribute.’
Interview with Kristina Lunz for IFAIR
2021 Berlin Fellow Janine Röttgerkamp interviewed Kristina Lunz, the co-CEO and co-founder of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP), for the Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations e.V. In the interview, Kristina talked about her advocacy for Feminist Foreign Policy, as well as the work at CFFP.
Humanity in Action Germany Announces the 2021 German Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 18 Fellows were selected in Germany to join the 2021 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.