The Algerian-Danish artist and rapper running empowerment workshops for girl*s in Neukölln
Valerie Djurhuus runs workshops on empowerment through performance at the after-school girl*s club Schilleria. Here she speaks about empowerment, gentrification and how she uses her imperfect German skills as a strength.
From Lahore to Berlin – the Pakistani feminist who made her way to Germany
GSBTB Communications Intern Abeera Atif is originally from Pakistan. Hailing from Lahore, she came to Germany in 2013 to pursue higher education in the city of Bremen, where she was first introduced to the complexities of welcoming newcomers.
Interview with GSBTB founder Annamaria Olsson for female entrepreneurship and leadership site Ich Selbständig
Ich Selbständig interviews Annamaria about being a woman entrepreneur, GSBTB's growth and plans for the future.
The Geoscientist running #BIKEYGEES on volunteering, start-ups and female empowerment
An interview with Dr Anne Seebach, co-founder of #BIKEYGEES, where GSBTB volunteers are supporting newcomer women to explore the city by bicycle.
Why feminism and hijab go together
Donald Trump will soon take over the most (seemingly) powerful office in the United States. In just one month, Vogue will launch its first ever Arabia edition. These two events are related – by hijab.
“I think it’s important to make sure every woman feels accepted”
Sinéad Walsh is the volunteer coordinator of GSBTB Open Art Shelter, which runs a weekly Frauenzimmer at Tempelhof, a safe space for women and children to enjoy art and craft projects, chat, and have access to professional therapy.