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Martin Vehrenberg

Deputy Managing Director AGIAMONDO

Portrait Dr. Martin Vehrenberg
Martin Vehrenberg is Deputy Managing Director of AGIAMONDO, which is based in Cologne. On the Advisory Board, his focus is the Peace Policy Coherence within Germany’s Africa Policy project.

Martin Vehrenberg is Deputy Managing Director of AGIAMONDO, based in Cologne. He is a member of the Advisory Board and is involved in the work projects on peace policy coherence in German Africa policy and on the German government’s civilian planning goals.

As Deputy Managing Director at AGIAMONDO, Martin Vehrenberg is responsible for the Ziviler Friedensdienst (ZFD – Civil Peace Service) as well as the areas of personnel placement on assignment, personnel recruitment, contracts and social security and the area of voluntary international services.

Since 1999, Martin Vehrenberg has helped shape the development of the ZFD as a state-civil society joint venture – within the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Entwicklungshilfe (“Association for Development Aid”, AGEH) as the Catholic organization responsible for the ZFD and in the ZFD consortium. He represents the ZFD consortium on the steering committee of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Frieden und Entwicklung (” Working Group for Peace and Development”, FriEnt). He is a member of the German Justitia et Pax Commission’s Task Force “Umgang mit dem kolonialen Erbe” (“Dealing with the Colonial Legacy”).

Work projects

Martin Vehrenberg is engaged in the following topic:
  • (230218) -- ADDIS ABABA, Feb. 18, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on Feb. 18, 2023 shows the 36th Ordinary Session of the African Union (AU) Assembly in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The 36th Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly kicked off on Saturday as African leaders, UN officials and leaders of various international organizations gathered in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. The integration of Africa, rebuilding Africa from the brunt of various health and socioeconomic crisis, ensuring continental peace and security, socio-economic development, as well as representation of Africa in multilateral international institutions took center stage at the AU Assembly Summit. (Xinhua/Wang Ping)

    Project Peace Policy Coherence within Germany’s Africa Policy