The Advisory Board of the Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel (CDN) acts as a support group to the Centre’s management, providing guidance and counsel with respect to its activities and projects.
The CDN’s Advisory Board is composed of members representing the political, cultural and scientific realms and the administration, notably: Benno Bättig, secretary-general of the Federal Department of Home Affairs, serving as president; Philippe Gnaegi, Councillor of State, representing the Canton of Neuchâtel; Charlotte Kerr Dürrenmatt, who serves as its vice-president, generously contributing her skills and past experience to the cause, since it is to her that the Centre owes its existence; German Literature Professor Emeritus Peter Rusterholz, in charge of contacts with the universities and the academic world.
Marie-Christine Doffey, Director of the Swiss National Library (SNL), represents the institution to which the Centre Dürrenmatt is linked.
Benno Bättig, Secretary-General of the Federal Department of Home Affairs
Charlotte Kerr Dürrenmatt
Marie-Christine Doffey, Director of the Swiss National Library
Françoise Jeanneret, District Councillor, City of Neuchâtel
Philippe Gnaegi, Councillor of State, Canton of Neuchâtel
Peter Rusterholz, Professor Emeritus of German Literature