Ahmed Awadalla (tbc) works for the Berliner Aids-Hilfe as a counsellor for migrants and in the prevention area.
Amma Yeboah is a psychotherapist and psychiatrist and works a trainer for empowerment und critical whiteness and as psychodynamic coach. In 2019, she was guest professor at the University of Cologne for gender und health behaviour.
Angela Schuster is an epidemiologist,specialist in global health and medical doctor, she works as researcher at the Institute of General Practice at Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Her research focusses on sexual and reproductive health, social determinants of health and digital health.
Franziska Grimm is an intercultural trainer and works at the Charité International Center.
Cengiz Barskanmaz is an associate researcher at the Max-Planck-Institut for Social Antropology and part of the research project “Conflict Regulation in Germany’s Plural Society.”
Collette Gras is a medical student at the University Hamburg.
Daniel Bendix teaches global development at the Friedensau Activist University and is active at glokal, an association in Berlin offering postcolonial education.
Edna Bonhomme is a historian of science and writer. In 2019, she began collecting narratives and media representation of African diasporic healing for her research project “Black Health in Germany”.
Jana Schildt works as a psychosomatic coach for culturally sensible conflict resolution in Berlin. She wrote her dissertation on reconciliation processes in Rwanda.
Jeanne Koepp is an artist and product designer.
Jeff Kwasi Klein is leading the anti-discrimination counseling of the community-based education and empowerment project Each One Teach One e.V. in Berlin.
Katja Kajikhina is a researcher in the Department Social Determinants of Health at the Robert Koch-Institute and gives talks about how to communicate migration-focussed research results in an anti-discriminating way.
Lucía Muriel is a psychotherapist and active for a MEPa e.V., an organisation bringing together migrant associations and researchers in the field of migration, participation and development.
Manuela Bauche is a historian with a focus on the history of colonialism in the 19th and 20th century at the Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science of the Freie Universität Berlin.
Mariela Nikolova is vice president of Amaro Foro e.V., a transcultural youth association of Roma and Non-Roma with the aim to empower and mobilize.
Marion Hulverscheidt teaches history at the University of Kassel. Her research areas are (feminist) history of gender- and body, history of plagues, post-colonialism and medicine in the Nazi regime.
Meryam Schouler-Ocak works as a doctor in the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She participates in several research projects examining migrant’s health.
Mizeck Chagunda is a researcher of the University Hohenheim for animal breeding in subtropical and tropical areas.
Nivedita Prasad is professor for gender specific social work at the Alice Salomon Hochschule and has written a book about social work with migrants.
Pascal Grosse is a neurologist at the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin and has organized a series of lectures in medical ethics with the title „war – refugee – migration – medicine“.
Sanchita Basu is an educationist and active for ARIBA e.V., an association for antiracist, intercultural educational work leading a counselling center for victims of racist and antisemitic violence in Berlin.
Sarah Ehlers works at the Research Institute for History of Science and Technology at the Deutsches Museum and is part of the research group „evicence practices in science, medicine, technology and society“ of the German Association for Research (DFG).
Stephanie Cuff-Schöttle works as a psychologist in a counselling center for people concerned by racist violence. She especially focusses on the effects of racist experiences on self-love, education and parent-child-relationsships.
Tahir Della is activist and speaker of the Initiative Schwarze Menschen in Deutschland (ISD).