Magdalena Mach

Magdalena Mach

Magdalena is a Middle East Studies and Philosophy graduate from Austria currently based in Tunis. Fluent in German, English and French, she has spent significant time traveling and studying in Australia, France, and North Africa. For the past 2 years, she has been going back and forth between Tunis and Vienna studying Arabic and volunteering for a NGO project focused on racism and discrimination in the MENA region. She is a passionate advocate for human rights and gender equality. She is also interested in photography, art, and loves music.
  • Against enemy culture

    When I met Maria Hadjipavlou – a pioneering activist and well-known expert on conflict resolution and gender issues – one Wednesday around the end of February, we met in the buffer zone and the negotiations between Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots just had been stalled – again. I had...
  • Shame, Rape, and Resistance

    Last December, at the end of this eventful year, a new wave of protest filled the streets of Tunis following a court decision made on the 13th of December in Kef, a city situated in the North-East of Tunisia. The judge used the article 227bis of the Tunisian penal...
  • Weaving in Tunisia

    Aatik is a project which was co-founded in Tunisia by Canadian Emma Djilali and her colleague Sophie Bergman from Germany in fall 2015. The project works with a group of female weavers in the region of Siliana in North-west Tunisia. The goal is to help these women to build up...
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