Landecker Democracy Fellows' News
Keep up-to-date on the work of our Landecker Democracy Fellows
Landecker Democracy Fellows are change-makers based in the EU, UK, and USA with innovative ideas to form unique and lasting ties among communities that are increasingly drifting apart. Coming from diverse backgrounds, they build bridges through projects that enable our societies to unpack and address historic and contemporary systems of inequality. In partnership with the Alfred Landecker Foundation, we launched The Landecker Democracy Fellowship to support 30 young professionals and visionaries in realizing their project ideas that strengthen democracy in times of COVID-19. The following news items highlight the work our Fellows do in their respective communities.
The gap between stateless people and statelessness research
Landecker Fellow Christiana Bukalo published an article in the University of Melbourne Law school’s Critical Statelessness Studies Blog Series. In it, she describes closing the gap between Stateless People and Statelessness Research.
Oy Vey Acts: Remarks on the storming of the Capitol
Landecker Fellow Lievnath Faber has been updating the Oy Vey Acts facebook page to keep people updated about neo-Nazi and fascist movements that are present today.
Webinar against activist burnout
Landecker Fellow Lena Bielska was in webinar that aimed to counter activist burnout. Lena discussed mental and physical health, and the influence of politics on the well-beings of activists.
I'm a frontline worker. Here's why I'm getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Landecker Fellow Asha Shajahan wrote an opinion piece for the Detroit News, explaining her thought process behind getting the new COVID-19 vaccine.
Adam Echelman: To the incoming mayor of Baltimore: Close the digital divide for all
Landecker Democracy Fellow Adam Echelman Gets Featured on the Technical.ly news platform.
Podcast on Implicit Bias: Interview with Howard Ross
In a recent episode of her podcast Beaumont HouseCall, Landecker Fellow Asha Shajahan interviews Howard Ross, a best-selling author and life long social justice activist.
South Queens Community Pantry 2020
Landecker Fellow Reshma Persaud, as a part of the South Queens Women March, contributed to the second of three Holiday Food and Essentials Distributions in NYC.
Roma activists for equality
Landecker Fellow Boglarka Fedorko was recently featured in an article celebrating activists in Hungary on humen magazin, the largest LGBT magazine in Hungary. The article, which showcases four Roma LGBT activists, outlines some of their beliefs, activism, and accomplishments in the Roma LGBT community.