Manuel Höller-Fam
Independent researcher

Manuel focused his studies in South- and Southeast Asia on the interplay of ethnicity and nationalism as well as the role of civil society in transition processes. He studied in Berlin, Yogyakarta and Penang. He wrote his Master thesis on the Malaysian movement for clean and fair elections, Bersih 2.0. For his thesis, he conducted extensive fieldwork with Malaysian civil society organizations.

Presently, he is project manager at an association of small and medium seized enterprises in Berlin. One of his tasks is to develop solutions for the inclusion of small and medium sized enterprises into the United Nation’s Global Compact. As an independent researcher, he is currently working on the overlapping space between civil, political and economic society as well as managing diversity.


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