Ulrike Poppe (original name Ulrike Wick; born 26 January 1953, Rostock, GDR) was a member of the East German opposition. In 1982 she founded the "Women for Peace" network and in 1985 joined the Initiative for Peace and Human Rights. In 1989 she joined Democracy Now.
In 1995 she was awarded the Order of Merit and in 2000 the Gustav Heinemann Prize.
Since 2001 she has been married to Claus Offe.
- Biography (in German) at Deutsches Historisches Museum
- Andrew Curry: Piecing Together the Dark Legacy of East Germany's Secret Police Wired magazine 16.02, 18 January 2008
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