Josephine Ravnkjær is a Danish university student, currently enrolled in the Human Rights Bachelor Program at Malmö University. She is interested in women’s rights, sex workers’ rights, and the fight against discrimination in the media. Josephine previously travelled to Kenya as a part of Action Aid’s Danish division Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke. She is now a part of their network of narrators, helping to widen the perspective on the global world through presentations and discussions. Her personal focus is on the discussion of how bias and discrimination are maintained in our everyday lives. Josephine has also been involved with Red Cross, working with kids at a crisis centre. She enjoys writing and hopes to be able to publish articles throughout her studies and beyond.
Updated April 2021
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