Celine Cojocar is a German-Romanian activist and student enrolled in a Master in European Affairs with a focus on Social Policy and Innovation at Sciences Po Paris. She is particularly interested in learning how to act against discrimination, social exclusion, and inequalities through policy making and has produced a diverse range of coursework on topics such as sex worker’s and minority rights, and anti-gender movements. Celine considers intersectional, bottom-up approaches to be a precondition for creating long lasting societal change. She has volunteered and conducted internships at several NGOs located in France, Germany, and Romania. The most formative experience on the field was an internship in Bucharest working with people suffering from multiple vulnerabilities. Besides her interest in social justice she is also dedicated to contribute to more equality and understanding between Western and Eastern European countries. Celine speaks six languages, four of them fluently.
Updated February 2023
More from Celine Cojocar
Film festival on Wars in Europe: Did We Really Wake Up?
The festival explored the societal effects of the wars in Bosnia, Kosovo and Ukraine through film screenings and following panel discussions
Refugees of Second Class: Ukrainian Roma in Hungary and Moldova
Senior Fellow Celine Cojocar co-authored a policy paper on the solidarity towards Ukrainian (Roma) refugees.
Filmevent: The Role of Women in the Reconstruction after War
On Saturday, February 18, the last film screening at the Wake up Europe Filmfestival takes place at the Cultural Center Oyoun in Berlin, organized and hosted by Senior Fellows Celine Cojocar and Ajla Sahbegovic.
Filmevent on Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia and Ukraine
Senior Fellow Celine Cojocar is hosting a 3-part Filmfestival on Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia and Ukraine on February 4, 11, and 18 2023
Humanity in Action Germany Announces the 2021 German Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 18 Fellows were selected in Germany to join the 2021 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.