Leonie Eland

Leonie Eland

Leonie Eland is a freelance journalist focusing on global governance schemes trying to reconcile human development and business interests. Leonie graduated in 2015 from Sciences Po Paris with an MA in International Public Management. She spent part of her Master’s degree in Washington, D.C., at George Washington University, where she served as a contributor to the International Affairs Review. Prior to her BA in Political Sciences from Sciences Po Paris, she held an internship at the German-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, São Paulo. As a result of her German and Brazilian heritage, taking a balanced view of public and corporate governance in both developed and developing economies matters to her.

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Vorsprung, at Last


This article was published for The Economist Group. We have published an excerpt here. MUNICH, Germany – It’s been a busy year for Albert Kehrer. Besides running a consulting firm, he has been spending most of his time on a matter long neglected by German business: LGBT rights at work. Mr Kehrer is co-founder of a German non-profit, PROUT AT WORK.