Hoang Tran Hieu Hanh is an MA graduate in International Relations with a focus on statelessness, anti-racism and LGBTIQ+ rights. She has lived in various countries in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia and worked with the UNHCR, the German Embassy, and ethnic community-based organisations. As a panelist at the Women* of Colour Europe Conference, she spoke about the future of female* identified activism, the sense of solidarity and conflicting interests in Communities of Colour. Currently, she is working at MSO inklusiv!, a project overseen by the Migration Council Berlin. The project aims to apply an intersectional concept that specifically enhances visibility and promotes sexual/gender diversity in self-organised migrant associations. In her spare time, she volunteers at korientation e.V., a network for Asian-German perspectives on politics, culture, film and media. Besides, she is active in the theatre scene in Berlin and has performed at Ballhaus Naunynstraße, Deutsches Theater and Rambazamba Theater.
Updated May 2019
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