Aktionsprojekte - Deutschland
Wir unterstützen junge Menschen darin, in ihren Gemeinschaften für Menschenrechte aktiv zu werden.
In den 11 Monaten nach dem Fellowship-Programm arbeiten unsere Fellows in ihren Communities an einem Action Project: eine unabhängige Initiative, die sich auf die Förderung demokratischer Werte in diversen Gemeinschaften konzentriert. Action Projects sind so vielfältig wie Humanity in Action Fellows. Die Fellows wenden ihr neues Wissen und ihre neuen Perspektiven an, um gesellschaftlichen Einfluss zu nehmen - in jenem Format, das sie für sinnvoll halten. Die Humanity in Action Community ist eine großartige Ressource, um Unterstützung dabei zu erhalten - sei es durch Kontakte, Erfahrung oder Beratung.
Transformational Competence for Democratic Coalitions
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Jeannette Gusko is a system change leader, a social justice and gender equality advocate and a civil society champion. Her project focuses on fostering transformational competence for democratic coalitions.
AI & Visionary Fiction – a digital think (and make) tank on AI technology and society
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Nushin Isabelle Yazdani is an interaction and transformation designer, artist, and AI researcher. Nushin would like to create a digital think tank around the topics of artificial intelligence, technology, and society.
Hypatia Project for Public Philosophy
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Dr. Thomas Arnold is an assistant professor at the philosophical seminary of the University of Heidelberg. His project will offer trainings on public philosophy.
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Vincent Kadiri is a Nigerian German scientist currently pursuing his doctorate degree at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart, Germany. Vincent wants to establish a grassroots network of BIPOC scientists that focuses on improving communication and ensuring more equity within the sciences.
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Christiana Bukalo is a Senior Diversity and Sustainability Manager at the German streaming startup Joyn. Her current role focuses on establishing a solid foundation and strategy for the company’s activities in inclusion and sustainability. Her project aims to provide a platform for an authentic reflection of what it means to be stateless in today's world. By inviting stateless people to speak up about their struggles and challenges, Statefree.world will simultaneously raise awareness and lay emphasis on the need for change and political support.
Claiming our Institutions – Network and Empowerment for BIPOC in Administrations
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Evein Obulor is working on different levels of our societies to fight racism. In her current position as the Coordinator of the European Coalition of Cities Against Racism she works on racial injustices at the city level. Within the next 12 months, she wants to create a network in Germany for BIPOC working within local governments, politics, and administrations and a platform to BIPOC network and exchange best practices.
Educating medical students on female genital mutilation (FGM)
In order to take on a problem, you first need to understand it - especially if it as complex as Female Genital Mutilation. Senior Fellow Mara Franke worked on educating medical professionals about FGM through a lecture series.
Broadening Our Scope: Trainings for local NGO volunteers in Thessaloniki
Senior Fellow Sofia Koudouni organized training seminars for volunteers of local non-governmental organizations in Thessaloniki. The trainings raised awareness on various topics such as veganism, zero and low waste tactics, work ethics, and life in the Roma community.
Become a Fellow
Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people resist intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
150 Fellows per year