We are currently a group of 10 trainers who offer workshops, trainings and consultations on various topics including but not limited to disability, Race, gender, anti-ableism, diversity, anti-racism and empowerment.

We work in a team of 2 trainers, because we want to take into account the trainers‘ own experiences of discrimination and privileges due to their different social positions. We understand representation and social positioning as quality standards of discrimination-critical and diversity-sensitive educational work.

Our trainers have a wide range of professional experience in different fields such as counselling, coaching, research, social work, legal work, education and political self-organization.

We work in Berlin, nationwide and internationally. We speak German, English, Spanish and other languages.

We welcome enquiries for trainings, seminars, workshops, advanced trainings, lectures, consultations, supervisions and mediations online and in presence.

Some of our trainers do not have a profile here because they prefer to remain anonymous.

Dr. Robel Afeworki Abay

Founder & Executive Director of the IDJ-Network

Constanze Schwärzer-Dutta

Co-Founder of the IDJ-Network

Ulrike Haase (Photo)

Ulrike Haase

Trainer on the topic of Disability, Gender, Anti-Racism, Empowerment

orchi lohani

Trainer on the topic of Neurodiversity, Anti-Ableism, Intersectionality, Anti-Racism

Anna-Lena Dohrmann

Trainer on the topic of Intersectionality, Anti-Racism, Gender, Diversity

Mona Seer

Trainer on the topic of Diversity, Anti-Racism, Gender, Empowerment

Nomaswazi Mthombeni

Trainer on the topic of Intersectionality, Anti-Racism, Gender, Diversity

Emmy Fu

Trainer on the topic of Institutional Diversity, Refugee/Migrant Justice, Anti-Racism

Black, Queer, Disabled Lives Matter!