Panel Discussion: Dutch Grassroots Movements

 

September 3, 2021, 18:00 - 19:30

Leiden University, Academy Building

€3,50

Dutch Grassroots Movements | SOCIETY

Panel discussion with Rui Jun Luong, Nawal Mustafa and Mariam El Maslouhi, moderated by Dionne Abdoelhafiezkhan.

This event is about the struggle and achievements of different grassroots movements in the Netherlands. Three panelists will guide us through their fight against anti-Asian, anti-Muslim and anti-Black racism, while also discuss the necessity and value of grassroots movement for the Dutch multicultural society.

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Dionne Abdoelhafiezkhan

Moderator & Curator

Dionne embedded her passion for equality and social justice within the organization IZI Solutions: a social innovation bureau that fights against racial and social inequality and works towards a righteous and equal society in which the diversity of every individual is respected and appreciated. One of the social issues that IZI has generated national awareness of is racial profiling by law enforcement officers. They do this with the project Controle Alt Delete.

Nawal Mustafa

Panelist

Nawal is a PhD candidate focusing on the historical regulation of interracialized relationships in the U.K. in 1950-1970. Nawal worked for Amnesty International, Humanity in Action, and Critical Mass. Last year together with three other activists Nawal initiated SPEAK, a platform for Muslim women and their fight against racism, Islamophobia and sexism.

Mariam El Maslouhi

Panelist

Mariam is podcast producer of Dipsaus, Fufu & Dadels and other podcasts by women and for women of color. She is active within Kick Out Zwarte Piet in The Hague and real outspoken if it comes to racism.

Rui Jun Luong

Panelist

Rui is the initiator of Asian Raisins, an anti-racism organization and media platform that makes social problems visible and open to discussion through appealing and proactive campaigns.

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