Felicitas FritzschePhD student
Felicitas Fritzsche is PhD student at the Department of Political Science.
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Master of Arts, Public Administration, University of Potsdam (Germany) (Thesis: The High-level Political Forum on Sustainable as an orchestrator?)
Bachelor of Arts, Liberal Arts and Sciences (European and International Law, International Relations), University College Maastricht (Netherlands)
Bachelor of Arts, semester abroad, Asian Affairs and Security, City University of Hong Kong
Felicitas Fritzsche's research interests are global sustainable development governance; 2030 Agenda; multi-stakeholder partnerships.
My dissertation project is situated within a broader research project on the transformative effects of UN multi-stakeholder partnerships to achieve the 2030 Agenda. I am particularly interested in the United Nations meta-governance for multi-stakeholder partnerships and deliberative negotiation processes within them.
Guest Article, January 2021, International Institute for Sustainable Development, "Networked Multilateralism: ECOSOC and HLPF Reviews as Window of Opportunity" (co-author with Marianne Beisheim)
Blog, January 2021, Peace Lab Blog, "Für einen vernetzten Multilateralismus" (co-author with Marianne Beisheim)
Article, February 2021, Global Policy Forum, "ECOSOC und HLPF Review 2021: Bau- und Andockstellen für einen vernetzten Multilateralismus" (co-author with Marianne Beisheim)
Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Academic Council of the United Nations (27.06.2020), "HLPF: Fostering Transformative Partnerships?" (co-presenter with Marianne Beisheim)