Sabrina Stein

Sabrina Rebecca Stein


Program Assistant & Student Advisor, MA Program &
Research Fellow, Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies

University of Innsbruck

Phone: +43 660 47 60 376



Sabrina R. Stein M.A., is a doctorate student, working for the Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies and MA Program in Peace Studies at the University of Innsbruck, as student advisor and MA program assistant. She is a member of the Research Center Peace and Conflict Studies and the head of the Austrian Association for Research and Experimental Studies on Peaces and Elicitive Conflict (AA RESPECT e.V.).

Sabrina committed her work and research to the relevance of death & dying. She is interested in what we can learn from being in authentic contact with being human, life and with death and dying, accompanying others and ourselves through symbolical and physical death, also for the context of elicitive peace and conflict work. She is trained as a wilderness & vision quest guide, in  initiatory process facilitation in the tradition of the School of Lost Borders and inspired by conscious dance practices, initiatory process facilitation. Fruther she is trained in nonviolent communication after Marshall Rosenberg.

Outside of Peace and Conflict Studies her educational and working background in Business and Economics includes experience in the fields of conventional and sustainable Business Organizations Models, Economic Systems, Administration, Controlling and Logistics, Organisational Psychology, Process and Supply Chain Management, as well as Change Management with an systemic understanding.


News & Upcomming Events


OPEN INVITATION - Film Presentation of the insightful documentary "Griefwalker", followed by time to share whatever is there connected to the topic on death & dying.

Time - Thu., 12th of December 2019, 16:00-18:00 pm
Place - Seminarraum der FSS, Bruno Sander Haus, OG 5, Innsbruck University

More information HERE
Watch the Trailer:

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