Neha Vyas is a lawyer and academic from India. She is a Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Doctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Law, Goethe University, Frankfurt. Her area of interest is anti-discrimination law, feminist economics, intersectionality, gender equality and employment laws. She worked as an Assistant Professor of Law in India before deciding to pursue her Ph.D. in Germany. Currently, she is the Speaker for Gender Initiative at Goethe University, editorial assistant for Open Gender Journal and a member of the Cornelia Goethe Centre. Apart from academics, she is interested in literature, philosophy and music. She is an avid reader, classical dancer and an aspiring writer. She plans to work on gender issues in policymaking in the future.
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The 2020 Berlin Fellowship from the Perspective of the 2020 Berlin Fellows
On their own initiative, our Berlin Fellows created a video to shed some light on how they experienced their journey of building community online.
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.