Joerg Dreweke, Senior Policy Communications Associate
Joerg Dreweke joined the Guttmacher Institute in April 2006. He is based in the Institute’s Washington, DC, office and is responsible for many of Guttmacher’s strategic and policy-related communications activities on domestic and international issues. Working closely with colleagues from all the Institute’s divisions, he coordinates activities in areas ranging from op-ed writing and placement to rapid response. Mr. Dreweke was formerly the director of communications at TransAtlantic Futures, a Washington media company, and also served as deputy editor of The Globalist, an online magazine that covers a wide range of policy issues related to globalization. Mr. Dreweke holds a B.A. from the University of Bonn, Germany, where he majored in North American studies and minored in history and political science. He has finished all the required course work toward an M.A. in international relations from American University in Washington, DC.
Recent Publications Include:
Dreweke J, Abortion reporting: promoting public health, not politics, 2015, Guttmacher Policy Review, 18(2): 40-47.
Dreweke J, Contraception is not abortion: the strategic campaign of antiabortion groups to persuade the public otherwise, 2014, Guttmacher Policy Review, 17(4): 14-20.
Dreweke J, U.S. abortion rate continues to decline while debate over means to the end escalates, 2014, Guttmacher Policy Review, 17(2): 2-7.
Jones RK and Dreweke J, Countering Conventional Wisdom: New Evidence on Religion and Contraceptive Use, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2011.