Katrin Dagmar Göring-Eckardt (born 3 May 1966), better known as Katrin Göring-Eckardt, is a German politician from the German Green Party. Starting her political activity in the now-former German Democratic Republic (East Germany) in the late 1980s, she has been a member of the German Bundestag since 1998.
Göring-Eckhardt wants to make Islam a part of the German education system, offering Islamic lessons in school and training Imans at Universities, in hopes of combating "violent Islamists".
She wants to introduce a third gender into German birth documents to normalise Intersexual children.
Supports the adoption of children by homosexual couples.
Supports German churches in their decision to switch off their lights when Pegida wanted to demonstrate in front of the churches, calling Pegida a "movement that splits society".
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