About Carolin Albrecht

Carolin is the Country Director for Global Citizen in Germany and has set up the office in Berlin in 2017. Before moving back to Germany, Carolin played a lead role as Head of Advocacy & Campaign for various Global Citizen campaigns and events in Europe, such as the Global Citizen Festival in Hamburg on the margins of the G20-Summit. Prior to joining Global Citizen, Carolin worked at Save the Children International, on the 2012 US elections as well as on solar energy projects in Tanzania.

Why Carolin Albrecht is a Global Citizen

I am a Global Citizen because I fight for the right of every person to lead a self-determined life free of poverty and oppression. We do not need to accept inequality and injustice and we cannot ignore them. We all have a responsibility to do our part for a more just world.

Stories

  1. Article: What Happened Since the Global Citizen Festival in Hamburg?

    What Happened Since the Global Citizen Festival in Hamburg?

    By Carolin AlbrechtAbi Hiscock  and  Jana Sepehr|Aug. 24, 2018

    A first overview of the progress being made. Read more

  2. Article: Nationalism Seems To Be on the Rise in 2016 —  Do We Have A Chance To Change This?

    Nationalism Seems To Be on the Rise in 2016 — Do We Have A Chance To Change This?

    By Carolin Albrecht|Dec. 1, 2016

    Today Germany takes over the G20 Presidency. Here’s why it matters. Read more

  3. Article: UN Summits on Refugees: Lots of Talk, But Not a Lot of Action

    UN Summits on Refugees: Lots of Talk, But Not a Lot of Action

    By Carolin Albrecht|Sept. 22, 2016

    The United Nations and President Obama held discussions on this humanitarian crisis. Read more

  4. Article: How European countries are becoming the biggest recipient of their own aid

    How European countries are becoming the biggest recipient of their own aid

    By Carolin Albrecht|April 14, 2016

    Aid rises, but the poor are losing out. Read more

  5. Article: Today is World Food Day! Here’s why this is so important

    Today is World Food Day! Here’s why this is so important

    By Carolin Albrecht|Global Poverty Project|Oct. 16, 2015

    We can end hunger in a generation. Read more

  6. Article: THIS is what leadership looks like. European Commission commits €500 million to Syrian refugees

    THIS is what leadership looks like. European Commission commits €500 million to Syrian refugees

    By Carolin Albrecht|Oct. 2, 2015

    This is truly remarkable and here’s why. Read more

  7. Article: An 80% serious review of the G7 leaders' summit

    An 80% serious review of the G7 leaders' summit

    By Caroline Dollman  and  Carolin Albrecht|June 11, 2015

    Proper analysis, with pics of Aunt Linda from Saturday Night Live. Read more

  8. Article: BREAKING: G7 commits to lift 500m people out of hunger by 2030

    BREAKING: G7 commits to lift 500m people out of hunger by 2030

    By Caroline Dollman  and  Carolin Albrecht|June 8, 2015

    Outstanding news, but it raises one very important question Read more

  9. Article: Eine zu 80% ernstgemeinte Zusammenfassung der G7-Gipfel Ergebnisse

    Eine zu 80% ernstgemeinte Zusammenfassung der G7-Gipfel Ergebnisse

    By Caroline Dollman  and  Carolin Albrecht|June 4, 2015

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  10. Article: Wie die weltweiten Entwicklungsziele gerade gehörig vermasselt werden könnten

    Wie die weltweiten Entwicklungsziele gerade gehörig vermasselt werden könnten

    By Alison Shea  and  Carolin Albrecht|May 24, 2015

    Wolfgang Schäuble Read more