Staff

Tobias Meilicke

Tobias Meilicke studied Political Science (Near and Middle Eastern Studies), Islamic science and Sociology at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, at the Yildiz University Istanbul and at the Cairo University in Egypt. During and after his studies, he worked as scientific assistant at the Erlangen Centre for Islam & Law in Europe and at the department of Islamic Theology at the Friedrich-Alexander University. After that, he was research associate at the chair of Islamic Sciene at the University of Erfurt. For many years he researches Islam in Europe and Islamism.

Since 2015, Tobias Meilicke is state-coordinator against religiously justified extremisn in Schleswig-Holstein, Counselor at the Turkish Community in Schleswig-Holstein (TGSH) for the state programme against religiously justified extremism and a team member of PROvention.

Andrea Dänzer

Andrea Dänzer studied Political Science, Oriental Philology and Middle Eastern Studies at the Friedrich-Alexander Universität zu Erlangen-Nürnberg and at the Ain-Shams University in Egypt. After that, she passed through the master programme “Conflict Resolution and Mediation” of the Tel Aviv University in Israel. During her studies, she worked for the Nuremberg Center for Human Rights and for the Israeli  “African Refugee Development Center”, in which she was responsible for counselling refugees during their seek for asylum. She focused on Islamism and radicalization processes.

Since 2015, Andrea Dänzer is a Counselor at the Turkish Community in Schleswig-Holstein (TGSH) for the state programme against religiously justified extremism and a team member of PROvention.

Mahir Ötün (English version coming soon)

Mahir Ötün studierte Soziologie, Entwicklungspsychologie und Orientalische Philologie an der Christian-Albrecht-Universität zu Kiel. Nach seinem Studium arbeitete er in verschiedenen Bereichen der Jugend- und Migrationsarbeit. Nach seiner Fortbildung als „Sozialtherapeut in der Suchtkrankenhilfe“ leitete er das Projekt „Stadtteil orientierte Suchtprävention“ und gründete verschiedene Arbeitskreise zur Suchtprävention gemeinsam mit einigen Migrantenselbstorganisationen. Im Ehrenamt wirkte er bei der Gründung verschiedener regionaler und überregionaler Gremien wie der „Stadtteilkonferenz St. Lorenz Süd“, dem „Migrantenforum Lübeck“ sowie der „DITIB Nord“ mit.
Seit 2015 ist Mahir Ötün nun Berater bei der Türkischen Gemeinde in Schleswig-Holstein (TGSH) für das Landesprogramm gegen religiös begründeten Extremismus und ein Teammitglied von PROvention.