Emmy Fu is a facilitator, moderator, and community organizer who grounds her commitment to social justice in various grassroots social movements in Europe and internationally. In particular, Emmy has wide-ranging experience in political empowerment and advocacy for migrant populations. In leading anti-discrimination workshops and trainings, Emmy is interested in processes of community-building, needs-assessment, and group consensus to inform how institutions can increase their accessibility and diversity through a power-critical perspective, while enabling the equitable participation of the most marginalized.
Emmy is open to working with collectives, non-profits, and institutions on a sliding scale. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emmy has held workshops and lectures on anti-discrimination for the DGSA’s Working Group on Flight, Migration, and Anti-Racism/Anti-Semitism and the 10-year anniversary events of Oranienplatz, as well at various German universities, including the University of Arts Berlin, Kiel University, Humboldt University, the Free University of Berlin, and the University of Potsdam.