Heinrich Boell

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Noun1.Heinrich Boell - German novelist and writer of short stories (1917-1985)
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Mome Saleem from Heinrich Boll Stiftung (HBS) opined that Women Day was about the gender equality.
She is also training journalists in climate change reporting in collaboration with the Heinrich Boll Foundation since the subject of climate change has become very complex and requires better understanding.
This year the festival was sponsored by Sindh Government's Department of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities, Foundation Open Society Institute (FOSI), Lok Virsa and Heinrich Boll Stiftung (HBS).
Acting country director of Heinrich Boll Stiftung Pakistan Jacqueline Wilk said she loved Pakistani culture, especially as student of the anthropology.
Our publications are made possible through funding from Olof Palme Centre and Heinrich Boll Stiftung.
To bring attention to this issue, the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, GRAIN, and Germany's Heinrich Boll Foundation recently teamed up to study the 'supersized climate footprint' of the global livestock trade.
A Jaroslav Seifert B Czeslaw Milosz C Heinrich Boll D Claude Simon 4.
Lili Fuhr heads the Ecology and Sustainable Development Department at the Heinrich Boll Foundation.
L'institution " Heinrich Boll Stiftung" est une structure allemande independante liee au parti allemand des verts et axe son action sur les domaines de la democratie, l'environnement, la solidarite internationale et la non violence.
Para responder a estas preguntas la investigadora Christa Wichterich escribio un breve y sustancioso ensayo que el pasado jueves 6 presento la Fundacion Heinrich Boll.
According to Sharaf, the report is an outcome of a year-long workshop between ECESR and the organisation Heinrich Boll Stiftung (HBS).
The Heinrich Boll Foundation and Friends of the Earth International have published today the first English edition of the Coal Atlas 2015 in Brussels.