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How to Recognize Everyday Racism?
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As part of the 2021 ‘Week against Racism’ in Amsterdam, Humanity in Action The Netherlands and the Regional Center for Discrimination Amsterdam organize a workshop on the practice to address everyday racism.
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Livecast: Reflection on the Election Results
Hanane Abouellotfi, Associate Director of the John Lewis Fellowship, and Raissa Biekman, Program Manager of Humanity in Action Nederland, amongst others reflect on the election results and have a conversation about how to continue putting pressure on politics and policy.
Hanane Abouellotfi calls attention to victims of the Dutch childcare allowance affair
In an interview with FunX Hanane Abouellotfi (Associate Director of the John Lewis Fellowship) elaborates upon the statement of support by Muslim womxn collective S.P.E.A.K. for those affected by the childcare allowance affair.
"You Will Never Walk Alone" - Polish Women* Strike Back
In this article, Warsaw Senior Fellow Zuzanna Krzatala writes about the 100 days of Polish women's resistance against the near-total abortion ban in Poland.
As part of the Humanity in Action Fellowship, our Fellows are tasked with developing impactful projects in their own communities.
How Can I Help?
Gilberto created a digital series that explores how to foster unity in diversity, and how to find our role in bringing about social justice.
Beschikbare Psycholoog: A Website That Connects Clients With Therapists.
Christophe Romein created a website that connects clients with therapists.
Akarani Bono Awowa // Amsterdam Dance Event.
Together with her aunt, Caitlin Schaap sought to combat social injustice by sharing Ka'lina stories with Ka'lina esthetic values.
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