Dr. Regine Schönenberg

“Transdisciplinary and intercultural co-production of knowledge, preferably in a creative environment in the countryside and with sustainable goals, contributes to joie de vivre!”

As a consultant and moderator, I am fascinated by developing projects interactively and creatively. This makes sustainable, innovative learning experiences possible for everyone involved. Learning technical, surprising and useful things from one another is fun and also leads to networking. In terms of content, I am most interested in the dynamics between inclusion – exclusion, social cohesion and sustainability – especially in rural areas.

As a scientist, as an initiator and coordinator of innovative educational processes, I have been qualifying young people, specialists and managers at numerous universities in Germany and abroad as well as in the context of development cooperation for over 20 years. My topics: survivability of our planet, natural resource management, the connection between cultural and biodiversity, value-oriented management, transnational organized crime and political transparency as well as the methodological development of peer learning. The “how” is very important to me – a consulting process should be “tailor-made” and produce an increase in knowledge, competence and social capital.

My consulting attitude is characterized by profound professional expertise, a lived urban-rural perspective and, as a result of countless work experiences abroad, an intercultural practice in dealing with diversity. I continue to methodically develop peer learning and the process-based co-production of new knowledge across all hierarchies. From this, need-oriented (advice) offers such as specialist advice on departure, Life Design and the conception and implementation of conferences, fishbowls and action research.

As a strategic partner of compassorange, I offer work opportunities in cooperation in our seminar house in Brandenburg/Germany. Embedded in forest walks and with creative spaces in the garden, new knowledge can take hold and consolidate in peace.

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