Heinrich Böll Foundation

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Heinrich Böll Foundation
legal form registered association
founding 1996
founder Annemarie Böll
Seat Berlin ( coordinates: 52 ° 31 ′ 25.7 ″  N , 13 ° 22 ′ 58.8 ″  E )
main emphasis political education
Chair Ellen Ueberschär , Barbara Unmüßig
Managing directors Steffen Heizmann
sales 64,346,923 euros (2017)
Employees 267 (2017)
Website www.boell.de

The Heinrich Böll Foundation e. V. (hbs) is the party-affiliated foundation of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen named after Heinrich Böll . Legally and economically, it is a registered association without foundation assets. With its namesake, the writer and Nobel laureate in literature Heinrich Böll, the foundation combines the defense of freedom, moral courage, contentious tolerance and the appreciation of art and culture as independent spheres of thought and action.


Headquarters of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Berlin-Mitte , Schumannstr. 8 (west side)

The federal foundation is part of the federally organized foundation association, which is composed of the sixteen legally and organizationally independent state foundations. The state foundations have some influence and have 16 out of a total of 49 members in the general assembly, the highest decision-making body of the foundation . The remaining members come from the federal party or parliamentary group of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen (four each) and the circle of "Friends of the Heinrich Böll Foundation" (25).

The statutory tasks are “political education at home and abroad to promote democratic decision-making, socio-political engagement and international understanding”. The foundation is guided by the fundamental political values ​​of ecology , democracy , solidarity and non-violence . In addition, there is the joint task of "participation, gender democracy and anti-discrimination" and the cross-cutting issue of "digitization", which run through the entire work.

Ellen Ueberschär and Barbara Unmüßig have been the board of the Heinrich Böll Foundation since July 2017 ; Steffen Heizmann is the managing director.

The foundation includes:


Heinrich Böll Foundation (entrance area)

Even before 1983, the Greens had party-affiliated state foundations in some of the then ten federal states of West Germany. Before 1983 they tried to set up a foundation close to the party at the federal level. In addition to the state foundations, there was a nationwide women 's foundation in Hamburg that was close to the Greens and supported by women from the women's movement . The Federal Conference of Independent Peace Groups and the Federal Congress of Development Action Groups supported the "old" Heinrich Böll Foundation based in Cologne.

For a number of years in the early days of the green movement and party, it was controversial whether it was sensible and desirable to set up foundations affiliated to the party. This discussion was part of the history of the Greens, who at the beginning saw themselves as an anti-party and, as far as the party-affiliated foundations were concerned, criticized the fact that they served unjust, indirect party funding in practice . For the Greens, therefore, on 31 January 1983, the firm filed Schily , Becker, Geulen the Federal Constitutional Court a constitutional challenge one. The reason for the complaint was not only the indirect party financing with federal funds, but also that these funds went exclusively to the established parties, which, according to the plaintiffs, violated the principle of equality of the Basic Law. In its ruling, which was only issued in 1986, the Federal Constitutional Court declared that the funding of the party-related foundations by the public sector was legal, but warned that the foundations' independence had so far been inadequate and had to be strengthened.

Political scientist Tine Stein summarized this judgment as follows:

“From the point of view of the BVerfG, there were no constitutional concerns about state funding of political education through political foundations. The principle of state neutrality is not violated, as the court essentially stated in its 1986 judgment on the occasion of the action brought by the Greens, if the political foundations are de jure and de facto independent of the parties and if equal opportunities are maintained, i.e. There is an openness towards "newcomers" in the political field. In this context, the court also emphasized that state funding of the fields of activity of political foundations is in the public interest. "

After this judgment, the Greens had to decide whether - and if so, in what form - they wanted to have a party affiliated foundation. For this purpose, a foundation commission was set up by the party on August 24, 1986. The initiative to found the Heinrich Böll Foundation was constituted on September 14, 1986 in Cologne. On July 1st, 1988, the representatives of the eight regional foundations close to green then established the association Buntstift-Föderation grünnaher Landesstiftungen und Bildungswerke e. V. based in Göttingen. On July 26, 1988, the Rainbow Foundation was founded. V. as an umbrella organization of the individual foundations Buntstift , Frauen-Anstiftung and the old Heinrich Böll Foundation, a construction that was necessary because federal funds for a party-affiliated foundation could only be applied for through such an umbrella organization . On August 15, the federal board of the Greens recognized the Rainbow Foundation as the political foundation closely related to it.

The merger of the individual foundations to form the new Heinrich Böll Foundation was initiated at a federal assembly of Alliance 90 / The Greens in March 1996 in Mainz. “Gender democracy” and “migration” were enshrined in the statutes as joint tasks. The shared commitment to oppose discrimination against homosexuals was also taken into account.

The Heinrich Böll Foundation has existed in its current form since 1996/1997. On July 1st, 1997 she started her work in the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin; since June 2008 - the inauguration ceremony took place two months later - the head office has been located on Schumannstrasse in Berlin-Mitte opposite the Deutsches Theater .

2018: The Heinrich Böll Foundation is 25!


As with other party-affiliated foundations, the majority of the budget comes from federal funds; In addition, there are project-related funding from the EU. In 2016, the income from public funds amounted to approx. 62 million euros.

Former President of the Federal Constitutional Court, Jutta Limbach, explained the type of financing :

“Anyone who knows the Basic Law (...) knows that it does not actually make any statements on questions of political education (...). I think there was never any serious doubt that this is legally possible, although we Germans have always had a very difficult time learning that something that is not forbidden is actually allowed. It goes without saying that you can set up political foundations that live on state money and those that you can set up privately (...) that get their subsidies more from the areas of the economy. "

The TuWas Foundation

On the initiative of members of the Friends of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, the TuWas Foundation for Community spirit was established in 2013 . In this way, as with other party-affiliated foundations, it has been possible since then to permanently support the work of the hbs through donations . This is used to run projects that are not allowed to be financed from federal funds due to the grant law .

Focus of work

Heinrich Böll Foundation (north side)

According to its own statement, the Heinrich Böll Foundation has five so-called main concerns:

  • Democracy and human rights
  • Fight against environmental degradation
  • social participation for everyone
  • the peaceful resolution of conflicts
  • the defense of individual freedom

Depending on regional circumstances and political necessity, these are broken down into the following main areas of work:

  • Globalization and sustainable development
  • Climate and energy policy
  • Strengthening civil society
  • Gender politics
  • Democracy promotion
  • European politics
  • Transatlantic Dialogue
  • Policy advice
  • Arts and Culture
  • Promotion of young talent

Globalization and sustainable development

  • Resource policy : The foundation's “To have or not to have” memorandum analyzes existing initiatives, standards and mechanisms of global resource policy and formulates political recommendations to the G7 countries for responsible use of natural resources.
  • "The meat atlas - data and facts about animals as food" This publication aims to provide information about the various dimensions of meat production and consumption and to point out alternatives. The project partners are Le Monde Diplomatique and BUND . So far, two editions have been published in 2013 and 2014, as well as an English version in 2014 "Meat Atlas 2014 Global facts and figures about meat"
  • Economy and financial crisis : The foundation is committed to implementing a Green New Deal . Massive investments in ecological structural change, in education and qualification, science and research are intended to lay the foundations for a sustainable society.
  • Plastic Atlas - Data and Facts about a World Full of Plastic was published in June 2019; According to this, Germany has the highest consumption of plastic in kg / inhabitant in Europe.

Climate and energy policy

  • A motto of the work in this area is climate of justice . Not only should climate change be stopped, but a fair balance between world regions, countries and population groups should also be achieved. One example of this is the concept of “Greenhouse Development Rights” (GDRs).
  • The foundation is committed to an energy transition , i. H. for investments in renewable energies, which not only make selective improvements, but also promote a fundamental change in infrastructures, the economy and the labor market.

Strengthening civil society

In many projects, the foundation is committed to building and maintaining civil society structures - be it in Afghanistan, Russia or within the EU.

Gender politics

  • Gender politics and gender democracy have been the focus of the association's work from the very beginning - also and above all globally. In organizational development, the foundation has become a pioneer and role model for many other organizations.
  • The Gunda Werner Institute within the foundation wants to "consider gender politics from different perspectives (...), whether (queer) feminist or male-political ..."
  • The foundation is committed to the “social and political participation of women and equal rights for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and intersex ( LGBTI )”.

Democracy promotion

Commitment to democracy and human rights has a broad spectrum - from transition countries such as the states of North Africa, Afghanistan or Myanmar to the exchange of experiences between activists from different regions of the world and work against disenchantment with politics in Germany and for the democratization of the EU.

European politics

Recently, the focus of European political activities has been on topics such as “the necessary reforms of the European institutions, the energy transition and European neighborhood and migration policy”.

Transatlantic Dialogue

The focus of the transatlantic dialogue program area is, on the one hand, the cooperation between Germany, or the EU and the USA on issues of international security and promoting democracy, and, on the other hand, aspects of an energy transition and the fight against climate change.

Policy advice

GreenCampus , the advanced training academy of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, is responsible for this area . According to her own statement, she offers “further education and qualification offers, especially in the core areas of political management, political personnel development as well as gender and diversity management”.

Arts and Culture

The foundation sees "art and culture as forms of expression of social self-understanding" and deals with the connections between "art and activism in social and political movements". Specifically, exhibitions, theater projects, film festivals and initiatives for network culture are supported.

The Heinrich-Böll-Haus in Langenbroich is a refuge and a house for scholars for authors and artists from all over the world.

The foundation supports the Heinrich Böll Archive of the Cologne City Library , which looks after Heinrich Böll's estate, organizes events and publishes editions.

Promotion of young talent

The Studienwerk is responsible for promoting young talent. Every year it looks after around 1000 students and doctoral candidates of all disciplines and nationalities.

Foreign presence

city Country, region continent from ... to
Cape Town South Africa , Southern Africa Africa 1997-
Nairobi Kenya , East Africa / Horn of Africa Africa 1997-
Abuja Nigeria Africa 1995-
Addis Ababa Ethiopia , Horn of Africa Africa 2006–2012
Tunis Tunisia , North Africa Africa 2012-
Rabat Morocco , Northern Africa Africa 2014-
Tel Aviv Israel , Middle East Asia 1998-
Ramallah Palestine , Middle East Asia 1999-
Beirut Lebanon , Middle East Asia 2004-
Kabul Afghanistan Asia 2006-
Islamabad Pakistan Asia 1993-
New Delhi India Asia 2001-
Beijing China Asia 2006-
Phnom Penh Cambodia Asia 1994-
Bangkok Thailand , Southeast Asia Asia 1999-
Rangoon Myanmar , Southeast Asia Asia 2015-
Rio de Janeiro Brazil South America 2000-
Santiago de Chile Chile , Cono Sur South America 2008-
Mexico city Mexico Central America 2004-
San Salvador El Salvador Central America 1995-
Washington United States North America 1998-
Istanbul Turkey Europe / Asia 1994-
Brussels Belgium , European Union Europe 1998-
Prague Czech Republic Europe 1990-
Warsaw Poland Europe 2001-
Zagreb Croatia Europe 1999-
Kiev Ukraine Europe 2008-
Belgrade Serbia , Southeast Europe Europe 2001-
Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina Europe 1999-
Tbilisi Georgia , Southern Caucasus Europe 2003-
Moscow Russia Europe 1995-
Thessaloniki Greece Europe 2012-
Paris France Europe 2016-
Seminar in the Southeast Asia office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Bangkok (Thailand) in November 2012

The foundation currently has 32 foreign offices. The international project work is not limited to those countries in which there is an office (some of which are responsible for an entire region). In total, the foundation works with over a hundred partner projects in more than 60 countries.

Even before the new Heinrich Böll Foundation was established in 1997, some of its predecessor organizations had foreign offices, which were continued by the hbs. The first foreign office to be established was the Prague office, which opened in August 1990. The Pakistan office opened in 1993. Next, the offices in Turkey and Cambodia were opened in 1994, followed by the offices in Russia, Nigeria and the Central America office in El Salvador (all in 1995).

Of the foreign offices, only the one in Ethiopia (in Addis Ababa) was closed again over the years - in 2012 - because, according to the foundation, the "political framework and the legal situation in Ethiopia" (...) "a political one reasonable and practicable work of the foundation ”prevented. For security reasons, the head of the Kabul office was dismissed from Afghanistan at the beginning of 2013. However, the office itself continues to work with local staff.

The offices are manned by a manager who is sent to the project country and who is usually German national, as well as by local staff, which can occasionally include additional staff sent from Germany. Well-known former and current office managers of the Heinrich Böll Foundation include: a. Milan Horácek (Prague), René Wildangel (Ramallah) and Kerstin Müller (Tel Aviv). The posting of Kerstin Müller (from the end of 2013) was partly controversial. The Israeli Jerusalem Post accused Kerstin Müller of using Nazi methods to support the initiative to label Israeli products. The Jüdische Allgemeine , the most important German Jewish periodical, reported on the process in a purely factual manner.

Committees and workforce


At the beginning, the foundation had no dedicated management. Instead, the board of directors consisted of three people (at least two of whom had to be women), and the managerial duties were taken over by one of the board members. This structure was changed in 2002. Since then, the practice has had a two-person board (at least one woman must belong) and management. The term of office of the board members is five years. Re-election is possible.

  • from 1996 to 2002 Claudia Neusüß
  • from 1996 to 2002 Petra Streit
  • from 1996 to 2017: Ralf Fücks
  • since 2002: Barbara Unmüßig
  • since 2017: Ellen Ueberschär

Managing directors

Supervisory board

The supervisory board “supervises the activities of the management board”. It “consists of nine people (...). Of the members of the supervisory board, elect: the general meeting from its ranks seven, the full-time employees two people. "

Women's Council

The women's council is elected by the general assembly. It has between seven and ten women. It advises the foundation's board of directors and decides on priority programs in the areas of women's policy and on criteria for project work.

Advisory boards

The advisory boards are voluntary bodies. They advise the foundation in a number of fields. Currently (2015) there are the Academic Advisory Boards, North-South and Europe / Transatlantic.

Workforce and works council

According to its own information, as of December 31, 2013, the foundation employed 219 people in Germany, 29 people posted abroad and 200 local staff working abroad. Of the employees, 14 percent have a migration background; the proportion of women in the workforce is 74 percent.

The Heinrich Böll Foundation has a works council.

According to statements by the Free Workers' Union (FAU) Berlin, the foundation has been building up, dismantling and catering for events through illegal temporary work for years. In its judgment of September 5, 2013, the Berlin Labor Court condemned the foundation to employ the persons concerned directly. The Heinrich Böll Foundation accepted the ruling and pointed out that, as a recipient of federal tax revenue, it was bound by the law on granting and public procurement and could not pay employees as it pleased. The FAU subsequently protested against the foundation and demanded direct negotiations, which the foundation rejected, however, as the “FAU was not eligible for tariffs” and accordingly could not negotiate tariffs or working conditions.


In July 2017, the foundation started operating the online encyclopedia Agent * In in cooperation with the Gunda Werner Institute , which, according to its own statements , collects and organizes knowledge, data, facts and contexts about the influence of anti-feminist actors on politics and the public . The project met with criticism in the media, for example the Heinrich Böll Foundation was accused of running a platform for “public denunciation” with the “character of a pillory”. As a result, the Böll Foundation apologized and discontinued the project. The sociologist Andreas Kemper , co-founder of Agent * In , announced that the project would be continued in a revised form.


The Heinrich Böll Foundation awards the following prizes:

Well-known former scholarship holders

Grimme Prize winner Robert Thalheim, a former Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarship holder

Selected publications


A list of all publications by the Heinrich Böll Foundation can be found in the Heinrich Böll Foundation's list of publications.


  • Böll.Thema , a magazine that appears three times a year.
  • Perspectives , background reports from the regions Africa, Asia as well as the Middle East and North Africa
  • Focus Europe , a podcast in which the moderator Tim Pritlove talks about politics, culture and the community in Europe with people from the Heinrich Böll Foundation.


Although the entire website of the foundation is entitled " Heinrich Böll Foundation ", the official spelling corresponds to the usual spelling rules, i. H. with hyphens.

Web links

Commons : Heinrich Böll Foundation  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Lower case to distinguish it from the union -related Hans Böckler Foundation , which is abbreviated to HBS.
  2. ^ Mission statement of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  3. ^ Statutes of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, §6
  4. a b Articles of Association of the Heinrich Böll Foundation. § 10 Advisory Board “Participation, Gender Democracy and Anti-Discrimination”. Heinrich Böll Foundation, accessed on June 3, 2019 .
  5. Up until the end of 2017, " gender democracy " and " migration " were considered joint tasks .
  6. New board team from July 2017: Barbara Unmüßig and Ellen Ueberschär elected by a large majority Heinrich Böll Foundation, November 25, 2016
  7. Annual report 2017 of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, page 4 - 33 branches are listed there, not including the headquarters in Berlin
  8. Vera Lorenz: 35 Green Years, Part 19: Heinrich Böll Foundation Article on gruene.de from July 30, 2010
  9. ^ Homepage of the Heinrich Böll Foundation: Who we are - history
  10. GRÜNE - foot inside , in: Der Spiegel , 25/1983 of June 20, 1983
  11. Wolfgang Hoffmann: Party Financing - Die Klage der Grünen , in: Die Zeit , February 4, 1983
  12. ^ Tine Stein, University of Kiel: Political education as a public task - an example of a public-private partnership? in: Heinrich Böll Foundation (ed.): The control and financing of political foundations, Berlin 2010, p. 17 (PDF)
  13. Completely crazy - Heinrich Böll Foundation or purely women's association? Feminists, Fundis and Realos argue about the name and direction of the planned Green Foundation in Der Spiegel , 28/1987 of July 6, 1987
  14. gruene.de - About us: 1994–1998 ( Memento from September 12, 2015 in the Internet Archive )
  15. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Federal President opens new headquarters of the green Heinrich Böll Foundation. In: boell.de. September 25, 2008. Retrieved October 25, 2017 .
  16. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2016 (PDF), p. 55.
  17. Jutta Limbach, former President of the Federal Constitutional Court: Political education as a public task - an example of a public-private partnership? in: Heinrich Böll Foundation (ed.): The management and financing of political foundations, Berlin 2010, p. 8 (PDF)
  18. ^ Civitas Bernhard Vogel Foundation: Contribution to the assets of the Civitas Bernhard Vogel Foundation. In: www.kas.de, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung eV Retrieved on May 30, 2014 .
  19. Flyer of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation “DEMOCRACY NEEDS DEMOCRATS - Support for a commitment in the spirit of Friedrich Ebert”. In: www.fes.de, 110923 FES Spendenfolder.pdf. Retrieved May 30, 2014 .
  20. Donations to the Foundation for Freedom - Support the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom. (No longer available online.) In: www.freiheit.org. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015 ; accessed on May 30, 2014 .
  21. ^ Heinrich Böll Foundation: Who we are and what we want .
  22. Meat Atlas 2014 - with data and facts on global meat production, press release by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, January 9, 2014
  23. Meat Atlas 2014 - Global facts and figures about meat press release, Heinrich Böll Foundation, 9 January 2014
  24. boell.de: Plastikatlas , p. 33
  25. Paul Baer, ​​Tom Athanasiou, Sivan Kartha and Eric Kemp-Benedict: The Greenhouse Development Rights Framework in the series: Schriften zur Ökologie, Volume 1, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, January 2008
  26. Tilman Santarius: Germany's pioneering role on the test bench: Climate justice according to the Greenhouse Development Rights model in the series: Writings on Ecology, Volume 7, Heinrich Böll Foundation, October 2009
  27. Ralf Fücks, Dorothee Landgrebe: cornerstones for a successful "energy transition 2.0"
  28. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) and there on p. 24ff. (PDF) the chapter "Strengthen participation, enforce human rights!" For an up-to-date overview.
  29. ^ Annual report 2008 of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  30. ^ Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) - there p. 36ff. the chapter "Thinking further about feminism and gender democracy"
  31. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) - there p. 38ff. the chapter "Gender policy makes a difference"
  32. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) - there p. 24–35 the chapter "Strengthening participation, enforcing human rights!"
  33. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) - there p. 4–11 the chapter "For a strong and united Europe"
  34. ^ Homepage of the Heinrich Böll Foundation - Transatlantic heading
  35. Self-presentation on the GreenCampus homepage
  36. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) there p. 44–47 the chapter "Art as a seismograph for politics and society"
  37. ^ Heinrich Böll Archive at the City of Cologne
  38. ^ Page of the Studienwerk on the homepage of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  39. Information on the website of the Foundation's Southeast Asia Office ( Memento from April 2, 2015 in the Internet Archive )
  40. Renè Böll: A little retrospective speech by Heinrich Böll's son René. There it says u. a .: "In 1990 we founded the first foreign office in Prague, on the historic August 21st."
  41. Information on the website of the Pakistan office ( Memento from April 14, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) (English)
  42. ^ Information on the website of the Turkey office
  43. Heinrich Böll Foundation closes country office in Ethiopia Press release of the Heinrich Böll Foundation of November 7, 2012
  44. Matthias Gebauer and Otfried Nassauer: Security situation in Afghanistan: Böll Foundation moves director from Kabul Spiegel Online , October 8, 2012
  45. Kerstin Müller takes over the Israel office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation , press release of the Heinrich Böll Foundation from April 15, 2013.
  46. Benjamin Weinthal: The Nazi roots of the German Greens , in: Jerusalem Post on July 7, 2013 retrieved on March 3, 2015.
  47. Phillip Peyman Engel: Greens - No boycott, only purchase advice? Bundestag parliamentary group want to label products from the West Bank in: Jüdische Allgemeine from May 23, 2013, accessed on March 3, 2015
  48. ^ The statutes of the Heinrich Böll Foundation - there §7 Board of Directors
  49. ^ Profile Claudia Neusüß ( memento from February 13, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) at TU Berlin
  50. ↑ Brief portrait of Petra Streit Thüringische Landeszeitung , November 2, 2012
  51. Ellen Ueberschär becomes chairwoman of the Böll Foundation. evangelisch.de, November 26, 2016, accessed November 26, 2016 .
  52. European Movement Germany: "New Managing Director of the Heinrich Böll Foundation: Livia Cotta". In: www.netzwerk-ebd.de, message of April 8, 2013. Retrieved on May 24, 2014 .
  53. ^ Statutes of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, § 8
  54. ^ Supervisory Board of the Heinrich Böll Foundation - overview and members
  55. ^ Statutes of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, § 10
  56. ^ The women's council of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  57. ^ The specialist advisory boards of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  58. Heinrich Böll Foundation: Annual Report 2013 (PDF) - there p. 67
  59. ^ Heinrich Böll Foundation: Illegal temporary work confirmed by the Berlin Labor Court , FAU website, September 5, 2013
  60. ^ The Heinrich Böll Foundation is accused of precarious working conditions , Der Tagesspiegel , August 28, 2013
  61. ^ Böll Foundation refuses to negotiate , FAU website, October 16, 2013
  62. ^ Information from the Heinrich Böll Foundation on the allegations of the "Free Workers' Union" (FAU) , June 25, 2014
  63. "Gender out" and "Agent * in" published , boell.de , July 17, 2017
  64. The Lost Honor of the Böll Foundation , nzz.ch , August 15, 2017
  65. Anti-feminism list of the Böll Foundation - But not like that! , taz.de , July 27, 2017
  66. Anti-feminism pillory taken from the network - temporarily , welt.de , August 7, 2017
  67. ^ Statement of the board of directors on the final exit from the wiki "Agent * in". Gunda Werner Institute, November 4, 2017, accessed on November 9, 2017 .
  68. Heide Oestreich: “A highly ideological and distorted discourse” . In: taz . August 18, 2017, p. 3 ( Online [accessed January 22, 2018]).
  69. Markus Kowalski: Dealing with right-wing populism - Writing about “Demo for Everyone”? Too sensitive for the Böll Foundation. In: queer.de. November 9, 2017, accessed January 16, 2018 .
  70. boell.de
  71. ^ Heinrich Böll Foundation NRW - Our ideas and initiative prize
  72. Jan Philipp Albrecht - Personal ( Memento from October 23, 2013 in the Internet Archive )
  73. About ( Memento from November 2, 2013 in the Internet Archive )
  74. Nurkan Erpulat
  75. ^ Judith Siegmund - biography
  76. Cosima Tribukeit - Biography ( Memento from April 6, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
  77. Julia Verlinden - CV
  78. Vanessa Vu. Retrieved January 9, 2019 .
  79. ^ The magazine of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  80. ^ Heinrich Böll Foundation: Perspectives
  81. https://fokus-europa.de/ fokus.europa. Politics, culture, community