Born in Afghanistan and raised in Denmark, Mina Quame is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Political Science and Government at the University of Copenhagen. Mina works as a student assistant at the Danish Immigration Service and co-leads From Street to School where she is dedicated to providing marginalized groups in Afghanistan with access to education, clean water and relief aid. Beyond these roles, Mina has served as a research analyst and an ambassador for Dialogue at the Danish Youth Council. Her interests include youth empowerment, sustainable development, human rights and global affairs. Mina’s personal vision is to see a world that works for everyone and not a privileged few and hopes to spend her life working towards this goal.
Updated May 2020
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