Dear Hertie Administration, In the 2019/20 academic year, several students requested course content cognisant of the policy approaches from Asia and Latin America — continents where Hertie draws more than 30% of its students from.… [Read more]
Transnational Sister Solidarity? How Covid-19 Sheds Light on the Invisible 99%
Covid-19 has indiscriminately shed light on the most vulnerable, undervalued, and underpaid of our society: migrant women working in the care sector. A new regime of inequality is observed at home, one between women –… [Read more]
Decolonising French Feminism: A Work in Progress
Last November, the first high-profile #MeToo revelations sent shockwaves through the French cinema industry, dealing a serious blow to patriarchy. But fighting against the patriarchy cannot exist in isolation from the struggle against racism and… [Read more]
Is Intersectionality the Future of Policymaking?
Having more than one aspect to your identity, means that you can be discriminated in more than one way at the same time. That’s what Intersectional theory seeks to tackle. At the recent Cracking the… [Read more]