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Jörg Döbereiner

Jörg Döbereiner

is a member of the editorial team of D+C Development and Cooperation/E+Z Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit.  

All articles of Jörg Döbereiner


Social disparities thwart climate justice

Environmental burdens must be shared fairly – within world regions and between them

Climate and biodiversity

To protect life on earth, we must cooperate

The world conferences of Sharm el-Sheikh and Montréal have shown once again that global crises require multilateral solutions

Overview living with disabilities

Inclusion instead of discrimination

Around the world, persons with disabilities are discriminated against, though they could be empowered to fully participate in society

Our view

UN climate summit in Egypt did not deliver on mitigation

In spite of land mark decision on loss and damage, COP27 was a disappointment

Social inclusion

Refugees offer opportunities

There are more refugees in Uganda than in any other African country


“Disabled sports are indispensable”

The president of the German Disabled Sports Association speaks in an interview about the importance of sports and international cooperation

Food security

“Smallholder farms must benefit from innovations”

Research must pay more attention to family farms, says Hildegard Lingnau of the Global Forum on Agricultural Research and Innovation


"The UN must adapt to global change"

Ugandan environment scholar says poor coordination thwarts UN agencies’ effectiveness

Freedom of the press

Hundreds of journalists imprisoned

According to Reporters Without Borders, more media workers than ever before are in prison because of their work


The internet is crucial

Hugh Williamson of Human Rights Watch assesses the state of press freedom in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

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