Mai Ali Shatta

Kurve Wustrow, Germany

Mai Ali Shatta is born in Khartoum, Sudan since 2012 based in Germany. She is a Computer Engineering specialist in fiber optical. Today, she is a trainer on digital security, human rights, gender and women’s rights, communication and conflict management, for example with Terre des Femmes and KURVE Wustrow – Centre for Training and Networking in Nonviolent Action. Since 2019 Mai is part of the international coordinator team for Kurve CPS exploration project in Sudan: ”Strengthening the voices of multi marginalised Women in the Sudanese transitional process”.

Increased Political Participation of Multiple Discriminated Women in Sudan

Virtual Session 20Act

Marginalized Sudanese women advocating on involvement of multiple discriminated and excluded groups in the transformation processes currently taking place in Sudan as well as vis-à-vis international actors.

Mai Ali Shatta is born in Khartoum, Sudan since 2012 based in Germany. She is a Computer Engineering specialist in fiber optical. Today, she is a trainer on digital security, human rights, gender and women’s rights, communication and conflict management, for example with Terre des Femmes and KURVE Wustrow – Centre for Training and Networking in Nonviolent Action. Since 2019 Mai is part of the international coordinator team for Kurve CPS exploration project in Sudan: ”Strengthening the voices of multi marginalised Women in the Sudanese transitional process”.

Increased Political Participation of Multiple Discriminated Women in Sudan

Virtual Session 20Act

Marginalized Sudanese women advocating on involvement of multiple discriminated and excluded groups in the transformation processes currently taking place in Sudan as well as vis-à-vis international actors.

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Kontakt

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Frieden
und Entwicklung (FriEnt)
c/o GIZ

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