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German novelist and writer of short stories (1917-1985)

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The Heinrich Boell Stiftung is a German foundation and part of the Green political movement that has developed worldwide as a response to the traditional politics of socialism, liberalism, and conservatism.
Dear parents and siblings," Boell, wrote in a letter dated 9 November 1939, to his family in Cologne, while still a soldier in occupied Poland.
She was born May 18, 1918, in New York, to Frederick and Adele Boden Boell.
Prominent cultural figures, like the artist Joseph Beuys and the novelist Heinrich Boell, joined to demand an end to the threat of "Eu-roshima".
Our first funds came from Oxfam Canada and the Frauenanstiftung, a German feminist agency now integrated into the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
The collection included manuscripts by Communist philosophers Karl Marx and Freidrich Engels and treasures given to the city by luminaries such as Nobel Prize-winning author Heinrich Boell.
The historical archive was one of the biggest of its kind in Germany and housed, among other, papers from Heinrich Boell, the Nobel Prize winning German author.
Our first thanks are to the Heinrich Boell Foundation for providing support for the conference, as well as for ongoing support of the Adva Center.
In mid-April 2008, FEMNET in partnership with the Henrich Boell Foundation convened a participatory debriefing forum in Nairobi-Kenya.
This paper was first presented at a public forum on "Gendering the WSF Process" held at Ufungamano House in Nairobi on Thursday, May 25, 2006 and supported by the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
Among our active partners are the Green Guide, Brazil's Open University for the Atlantic Forest, the Center for a New American Dream, the Consumer Choice Council, Global Legislators for a Balanced Environment, and Germany's Heinrich Boell Foundation and Germanwatch.
This issue of The Israel Equality Monitor was prepared with the help of generous grants from US/Israel Women to Women and the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
Service coordination (Bruder & Bologna, 1993; Harbin & McNulty, 1990; Stepanek, Newcomb, & Kettler, 1996), care coordination (Appleton, Boell, Everett, & Kelly, 1997; Iscoe, 1984; Smith, Layne, & Garell, 1994), service integration (Akers & Behl, 1999; Illback, Cobb, & Joseph, 1997; Kagan & Neville, 1993; Kahn & Kamerman, 1992), and case management (Bailey, 1989; Linz, McAnally, & Wieck, 1989; Neal & Gilson, 1996; Weil & Karls, 1985; Zipper, Weil, & Rounds, 1993) are several terms used in the human services, health care, education, and early intervention fields to describe efforts ensuring that program participants receive the supports, resources, and services they need in an integrated and coordinated manner.
Kar, a lawyer, writer and women's-rights advocate, and Lahiji, director of Roshangaran, a prominent publishing house of women's books, had participated in the conference at the Heinrich Boell foundation in Berlin along with 15 other activists and intellectuals, all of whom faced criminal charges.
He was arrested after he returned from a seminar in Berlin hosted by the Heinrich Boell Foundation in April 2000.