Nathalie Kornet is finishing her BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a focus on human rights and feminist theory at the University College Freiburg. During her studies in Freiburg and Montreal, Nathalie has explored global interconnections and inequalities from an interdisciplinary and critical perspective. At the same time, she has been active in various feminist initiatives, such as menstrual justice, as well as an initiative for interdisciplinary, critical education. During the past few months, Nathalie interned at and worked for the German Institute for Human Rights on topics such as disability rights and the rights of sex workers. Nathalie is also very passionate about permaculture, alternative ways of living (together), capoeira and music.
Updated May 2020
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Check out Humanity in Action Poland knowledge board on LGBTQ+ rights in Poland!
To understand what challenges the community of LGBTQ+ people face in Poland and what are the solutions, familiarize yourself with our latest infographic on their situation.
The aim of the “Talking Period(s)” workshop was to create a space to openly talk about everything related to periods, most importantly the shame and its political aspects.
Senior Fellow Nathalie Kornet created an online workshop with Marlene Pick about the visibility of menstruation.
2020 HIA Warsaw Fellows raise awareness and knowledge of English-speaking Wikipedia users
2020 HIA Warsaw Fellows have learnt how to raise awareness and knowledge of English-speaking Wikipedia users by creating new articles on minority groups’ intervention, and informing on ‘the event that people may not otherwise ever learn about’ as one of Fellows Lamisa Mustafa pointed out.
The motivation of our Fellows to act for human rights presented in a short video
Organizacje społeczne. To działa, one of HIA Poland Fellowship's media partners, together with our Fellows created a short video where they tell about their motivation to act for human rights.
Humanity in Action Germany Announces its 2020 Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 19 Fellows were selected in Germany to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.