Inna Schulze

"Enter into dialogue with one another on an equal footing, develop diverse, target group-specific solutions and thus live diversity as normal."

Inna Schulze, a Russian teacher from Lake Baikal, came to Germany in 2000. At the University of Bremen, she embarked on her second educational path in adult education/educational sciences. As a lecturer for German as a foreign language, she worked for the workers' welfare service, the business and social academy, the adult education center and the Paritätisches Bildungswerk in Bremen. She made an important contribution to the linguistic and professional further qualification of people with a migration background in the ESF-BAMF-funded program "Professional German Promotion" and in the nationwide network "Integration through Qualification" (IQ) with a focus on labor market policy for immigrant women and men, intercultural Competence development, anti-discrimination and promotion of migrant organizations.

She also founded two Russian-speaking women's groups: the "German-Russian Working Group" in East Friesland and "Raduga" in Emsland.

Today, Inna Schulze is active as a citizens' deputy in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf district of Berlin.