Carl Friedrich Goerdeler-Kolleg for Good Governance
The Goerdeler Kolleg is a one-year professional development program for committed leaders who champion social responsibility in public administration, business, and civil society.
We support social change and promote the commitment of individuals to the common good. We regard strengthening people as a driver of change. For us, every change starts with the individual – and many local changes can set broad social change in motion.
Our work focuses on the concept of good governance. We understand good governance as controlling social processes in a way that prioritizes the common good. This includes the responsible handling of power and resources as well as the constructive design of relations between government, market, and civil society players.
The Goerdeler Kolleg supports current and future leaders from all areas of society in incorporating the principles of good governance in their direct professional environment and volunteering activities. By acquiring knowledge and skills and developing robust networks, participants are better equipped to initiate sustainable change processes and shape social change effectively and in line with democratic principles.
Current and future leaders from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine (citizenship and current residency).
• University degree
• Several years of professional experience in a responsible role
• Excellent command of German
• A specific project idea for an innovative social responsibility project
• Willingness to attend and actively participate in all seminars
The two-step selection process is as follows:
Step 1: Online application
Step 2: Selection interviews
From the applications received, up to 40 people will be invited to the selection interviews. These are held in Berlin on May 13 and 14, 2019. Candidates will need to participate on both days to be considered; alternative dates are not offered. The Robert Bosch Stiftung will bear the costs for all candidates’ participation in the selection interviews (including travel expenses, board and lodging, visa, and health insurance). Up to 20 people can be admitted to the Kolleg.
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