Walid Ahmed Khan Malik is a human rights educator, decolonial scholar activist and HIA Senior Fellow, who was born and raised in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Walid received his Master’s degree in International Studies and Peace and Conflict Research from the Technical University Darmstadt and the Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main. Walid is now pursuing a PhD in Critical Police Studies. His major research interests are resistance practices against racialized police and migration regimes in Europe. After the racist terror attack in Hanau 2020 Walid was appointed as an adviser to the task force ‘group-focused enmity and anti-Muslim racism’ at the Hessian Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration. Walid also initiated the human rights working group and the anti-discriminatory council of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation’s scholarship holders. Currently, he is a Researcher and Policy Adviser in the fields of human rights education and training for police and victims of racial profiling.
Updated June 2021
More from Walid Ahmed Khan Malik
Inviting to a second Candle Light Döner for Victims of racist violence in Germany
Humanity in Action Fellow Walid Malik invites you to a virtual meet up for anyone affected by racist violence in Germany. This online empowerment dinner and dialogue will feature input from response. Frankfurt and other programming.
Candle Light Döner for victims of police brutality and racial profiling in Germany
Humanity in Action Fellow Wald Malik invites to a virtual meet up for anyone affected by racist police brutality and racial profiling in Germany. This online empowerment dinner and dialogue will feature input from Copwatch Frankfurt and other programming
Candle Light Döner for Victims of racist violence in Germany
Senior Fellow Walid Ahmed Khan Malik organized two online empowerment dinners and dialogues featuring inputs from experts on racial violence.
Announcing the 2018 Humanity in Action Fellows