Oliver Gehrs was an editor at taz, Süddeutsche Zeitung and Spiegel before founding the DUMMY magazine with two colleagues in 2003, which saw itself as a socio-political alternative to lifestyle magazines. DUMMY is now entering its 17th year and the DUMMY publishing house employs 12 people, who produce Fluter and the bpb's youth magazine. Gehrs also lectures at the UdK, next Semester at the Department of Visual Communication.
Jonas Wegener studied educational sciences, sociology and history. In 2009, together with a fellow student, he dropped out of his studies and founded the social media agency elbdudler. Later he worked as a managing director at chatvongesternnacht.de. In the meantime he runs the channel "Nachhaltiger leben in Berlin" at Instagram.
As an activist she is mainly active with Amnesty International, but also with local initiatives and most recently with #unteilbar. Important topics for her are human rights, anti-racism and climate justice. She puts her energy into public relations, youth engagement and human rights education, on a local level as well as in national and international projects. What drives her is the conviction that civil society can achieve change. She recently completed her bachelor's degree in political science and will soon be starting a master's degree in political science with a focus on civil society.