- victoria [dot] luh [at] rifs-potsdam [dot] de
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- Research, accompany, transform: Our research project on structural change in Lusatia
- Lusatia after the Elections – Making Active Citizen Participation a Reality
Victoria Luh is a social scientist and mediator interested in cooperation and participation formats between science, politics and society to shape socio-ecological transformation processes. In the group "Regional Sustainability Transformations" she is working on the structural change process in Lusatia and investigates how (political) participation and transdisciplinary projects influence the socio-psychological preconditions of social groups in transformation processes.
Previously, she conducted participatory research with trainees in the Lusatian lignite industry at RIFS in the project "Social Structural Change and Responsive Policy Advice in Lusatia", accompanied the Future Workshop Lusatia and evaluated the citizens' council Forum Corona Saxony.
Luh studied social sciences, political science and business psychology at the Humboldt University of Berlin, Leuphana University of Lüneburg and Univerza v Ljubljani and is a certified mediator. She completed her studies with an ethnography in the district of Spree-Neiße on the question of lingering motives of transformation experiences after 1989 and their significance for participation processes in the Lusatian structural change process.