director of studies for democratic culture and church in rural regions, Protestant Academy of Berlin; Protestant Church representative, Berlin-Brandenburg- Silesian Upper Lusatia against xenophobic conviction
Heinz-Joachim Lohmann, born 1962 in Rhine-Hesse, studied Protestant Theologie in Frankfurt/Main, Kiel, Basel (Switzerland) and Heidelberg. He worked as a parish priest in Niedergörsdorf and then as dean of the church district of Wittstock-Ruppin and Mittelmark-Brandenburg. From 2004 to 2008 he was the head of the covenant against violence, xenophophobia and right-wing extremism in Brandenburg.
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