Laetitia is a French translator and proofreader passionate about human and environmental rights, particularly through an inclusive and intersection perspective as to the interplay of race, class and gender. She holds a MA degree in Intercultural Studies (with a focus on Latin American & Spain) from Aarhus University, when she focused her thesis on the empowerment of women migrating via social and solidarity economic initiatives from a decolonial feminist perspective. Her research also included fieldwork in Northern Spain. She is a volunteer with Aarhus for Solidarity, a non-profit organization that works to support asylum seekers in Denmark whose cases have been rejected as well as sharing awareness of Danish deportation centers. As their Public Relations & Outreach Manager, Laetitia coordinates a group of motivated volunteers working on graphic design, outreach and social media campaigns.
Updated May 2020
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