Clara Drammeh

Moderator, Facilitator & Researcher

Main focus: beteiligungsprozesse

Websites/blogs: , ,

Languages: German, English

Country: Germany

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Consulting, Coaching

  Willing to travel for an event.

Personal note:

Social transformation needs participation and dialogue!
As a facilitator, trainer and researcher in the political and civil society sector, I am committed to facilitating intercultural and intergenerational cooperation through culturally sensitive and participatory approaches in dialogue processes. Building bridges between diverse perspectives is particularly meaningful to me, to promote mutual understanding and a shared vision. In doing so, I use interactive and target group-oriented approaches in my work, regardless of if it is on-site, digital or hybrid.

What I offer:
- Event moderation
- Workshop and large group facilitation
- Process facilitation and supervision
- Consultation, trainings and workshops on moderation, advocacy, diversity awareness, participation and team development


In 2020, I founded Mixed Message Moderation, providing facilitation, training, and consultation services to help organizations address issues related to diversity, equity, and participation. Moreover, I work for People, Dialogue and Change, a research and consultancy company. Also, I'm a member of the European Youth Forum Pool of Trainers. I hold a degree in International Relations and am a certified systemic facilitator trained at the German Academy for Systemic Moderation.

With over six years of experience in European (youth) policy and advocacy, I have worked as a facilitator and trainer in political and civil society contexts, contributing to shaping several political events and processes, such as the EU Youth Dialogue, the Youth 7 as one of the G7 engagement groups as well as WHO Europe #Youth4Health. I also volunteer as an External Representative to the World Organization of the Scout Movement in Europe, advocating for the needs of young people.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

Publication: Creating Community Impact through Solidarity

This research explores the way community impact occurs through European Solidarity Corps (ESC) funded projects. The goal of the research was to explore the various ways ESC funded projects and organisations create community impact.

The research explores a series of 15 examples of practice from organisations implementing ESC funded actions. The various actions explored are: solidarity projects, team volunteering projects, individual volunteering projects.