All Articles about Diversity
The Art of Openness
In combining art, theatre or music workshops with teachings about equality and tolerance, Karolina wants to give voice to the teenagers, who can then use their art to communicate the issues they really care about.
Magazine Created by and for People with Intellectual Disabilities
People with disabilities constitute the world's biggest minority. However, this social group is not homogenous. For instance, research shows that people with intellectual disabilities are much more disproportionately discriminated against and marginalized in comparison to people with other types of impairments. Simultaneously, a strong social stigma is attached to people with intellectual disabilities which renders them socially and culturally ‘invaluable’.
Translation in Service
Translation in Service is an organization that translates material related to Japanese-American Internment into Japanese.
The In-Between Project
The In-Between Project is a podcast sharing the stories of those who exist in-between cultures, races, languages, homelands and selves.
A discussion space for the whole city
During his Action Project Yannik Roscher created a new spaces for democratic coexistence, where people who are underrepresented in public discourse are involved in the process. His project took primarily place in Frankfurt/ Main and focused on social justice, democracy and social cohesion.
Senior Fellow Jasmine Paul created "Rotless Podcast," a podcast exploring what "community" means in an international setting.
Exploring the Unsurprising Rise of Anti-Asian Violence in the U.S.
Senior Fellow Sabrina Jen's project analyzed the rise of Sinophobia during the COVID-19 pandemic and contextualized it in historical anti-Asian violence in the U.S.
Interfaith Allyship and Storytelling at Villanova: A Workshop and Presentation
Senior Fellow Ayan Goran led a workshop on interfaith allyship and in the weeks leading to Passover, shared interfaith stories on Instagram.
“In Conversation with... Angela Davis”
In her Action Project, Lamisa Mustafa is building on the activist work she has already been doing at her university. The conversation with Dr. Angela Davis is just one of many events organized by Lamisa as part of the larger effort by the SMU’s Human Rights Council to advance and ensure racial justice on and off campus.
Moving Towards A More Inclusive and Future-Oriented Dutch National Commemoration.
Lisa and Lecyca researched to what extent the Dutch National Remembrance is inclusive and sustainable, and how we can use lessons from the past to guide us into a more inclusive future.