BLUE TEAM

There are hundreds of Blue Communities worldwide, with thousands of people actively involved. So we are just the small Blue Team organizing this website as common platform for information, exchange and cooperation.

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Anoosh Werner

Master of Arts in Education, Sustainability and Transformation at the University for Sustainability in Eberswalde Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Cultural Anthropology at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz Active member and ambassador for the international civil society initiative Blue Community Germany and Neustrelitz Education officer and project manager for the Germany-wide project Water Education in Luggage at the non-profit association a tip: tap e.V., funded by the Federal Environment Agency. And in the national coordination of the Blue Community Chapter Germany.

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Dinesh Suna

Dinesh Suna is the Coordinator of the Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) at World Council of Churches (WCC)  in Geneva since 2012.  He advocates for water justice issues at the WCC.  He has worked with several ecumenical organizations in his home country in India since the 1990s.  Currently he is  one of the Co-leads of the PaRD (Partnership of Religions and Sustainable Development) workstream on “Environment, Water and Climate Action” (WeCARE) and a founding member of the People’s Water Forum. He also represents WCC at the WSF International Council of the World Social Forum. Mr Suna has a master’s degree in Social Work, among other professional degrees and certificates.

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Maude Barlow

Co-founder and Honorary Chairperson of the Council of Canadians, one of Canada’s leading independent advocacy groups. In this function, she started the Blue Community movement with the first Blue Communities in Canada. Maude Barlow is an outspoken advocate and author on issues including democratic and social rights, trade sovereignty, and environmental justice. She has served as a Senior Advisor on Water to the United Nations. She also serves on the World Future Council and on the board of Food and Water Watch.

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Reverend Kolade O. Fadahunsi

Reverend Kolade Fadahunsi, minister of Methodist Church Nigeria, currently serving as the Director of the Christian Council of Nigeria, Institute of Church and Society Ibadan. Rev. Fadahunsi is a commissioner of the World Council of Churches, Commission on International Affairs, as well as the Regional Coordinator of the Ecumenical Water Network Africa.

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Prof. Elias Wolff

Elias Wolff has a doctorate in Theology and a master’s degree in Philosophy, working specifically on the themes of interreligious dialogue and ecumenism. In this sense, he works to encourage religious communities to make concrete commitments to water justice. He is a member of the Ecumenical Water Network (World Council of Churches – Geneva), and one of the founders of the Ecumenical Water Network – Brazil.

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Roland Brunner

Studied history and political science, worked for many years as journalist and in international cooperation (education, media development), and was active politically in the peace movement. The last ten years he was a campaigner and organizer with the trade union for public service employees VPOD in Zurich, Switzerland, where he also did a successful referendum campaign against a new water law. For the Blue Community, he coordinates the international Blue University Chapter and is Content Manager for this website.

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Samuel Adelowokan

He is passionate about water rights and the achievement of universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all. He currently works professionally as a freelance and contract Website Developer with a special passion in cutting edge web and programming technologies like PHP, WordPress, Drupal, Laravel, MySQL, Python, etc· He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and is a minister at Miracle Way Evangelical Ministries. He leads mission outreaches for community and rural development.

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