June Thalin Worm Gibba is a Thai-Danish activist, event creator, and scholar. She is also a professional communicator, consultant and speaker. Her activist work has surrounded raising awareness of structural racism in Denmark through topics of decolonizing education curriculums and by hosting workshops and presentations about white saviorism for NGO’s.
Currently, June is studying for her Master’s degree in Economic Development at Lund University in Sweden where she is focused on bringing awareness to issues inhibiting women’s development in the global south, such as gender inequality in educational opportunities and the inclusion of women’s voices in developing Democracy.
June is also one of the founders of ‘Asian Diaspora in Europe’; a Facebook collective created for people of Asian descent (and who are seen/read as Asian) living in Europe. The group allows for members to network and is a space of empowerment; through creating events, conversations about common experiences, and through shared art and cultural creatives.
Updated June 2021
More from June Thalin Worm
Online Dinner & Dialogue: Community Solidarity and Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19
Fellows June Thalin Worm Gibba and Hoang Tran Hieu Hanh invite you to a meet up for the Asian diaspora in Europe. This online dinner and dialogue will discuss community solidarity and anti-Asian racism in the Time of COVID-19.
2019 John Lewis Fellows Final Presentations
In 2019, Fellows of the Humanity in Action John Lewis Fellowship prepared final presentations on their experiences and learnings from the four-week program.
For When You Need Inspiration
In the process of unlearning, the Fellows share quotes that inspire them to continue on their journeys.
Humanity in Action Denmark Announces the 2019 Danish Fellows Cohort
15 Fellows from Denmark were selected to join the 2019 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.