Ania is a social rights activist from Poland who started her work towards equity in Berlin, Germany. She volunteered in a project called “queer@school” which aims to educate pupils about LGBTQIAP* related subjects. She was also involved in the integration of refugees at her school after the summer of 2015. After finishing high school in Berlin, she moved to Warsaw where she started to study psychology. In order to show students more social perspective on sexual and gender identities, she organized a conference called 3PM with the aim to connect psychologists and psychotherapists with minority issues. Just recently she got a group coach certification and now focuses on working with people with disabilities as well as giving workshops on ableism. Currently, Ania is most passionate about the issue of patriotism in Poland and Europe.
Updated May 2019
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