About us

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About us

"Together we will build a fruitful environment for you and your team, whether it be professionally, in a private context, or on the individual level."

Valerie is a multilingual Diversity Consultant with an intersectional approach to the complexities of identities and equitability.

 

She is the founder of Loom e.V which advises and consults people who experience discrimination on a structural and interpersonal level. She guides people through understanding their experiences collectively with her sessions "Room for questions", where sensitivity training is the focus as well.

Experience with the corporate world as well as NGO and local affiliations, youth empowerment work, classism, and non-visible disabilities.

She/they studied Middle-eastern Studies and Management and has been working with creating and managing interdisciplinary educational projects as well as advised one-on-one and in medium-sized groups on topics of anti-discrimination with the focus on racism, gender-based- and ableist discrimination.

As a queer Muslima she* dedicates her work to create more visibility to identities that should be part of the norm.

Valerie studied Middle-eastern Studies and Management and has been working with Managing Cultural Educational projects for the last few years in Berlin.

Their contributions to Loom are their intersections and layers of identity, and the ability to translate those experiences for the sake of education with youth as well as adult spaces. She* creates projects that further narratives from her communities and also does so through writing and teaching, managing ongoing projects and cooperate with partners on community building. The intersections of Anti-muslim racism and Gender Identity politics are her main pillars of work.

She is the founder of Loom e.V which advises and consults people who experience discrimination on a structural and interpersonal level. Ans she guides people through understanding their experiences collectively with her sessions "Room for questions", where sensitivity training is the focus as well.

Because the future is

multi-layered.

-Valerie Karima Djurhuus

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