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Diversify Nordics Summit: Reflections

November 24 @ 12:00 - 13:00

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The Diversify Nordics Summit was an incredible platform for fostering meaningful discussions and insights, and we believe it’s crucial to carry forward the conversations that began there. That’s why we are hosting two digital sessions this year to reflect on some of the themes and learnings from the summit. During the session, we’ll also have an opportunity to explore how to action these learnings in our workplaces and daily lives.

This session will be held digitally and is free to attend. Want to (re) watch sessions from the Diversify Nordics Summit (DNS)? If you attended DNS, the recording of the sessions are available on Tappin until the end of November. An email with the log in details for Tappin was previously sent to you just before DNS. If you need support to access it, please reach out.

If you did not attend DNS and want to watch the session, you can register HERE to access the recordings.

Join us digitally on Friday, November 24 from 12.00 – 13.00 CET. Register below to attend. The Zoom link will be emailed to you a day before the event.


November 24
12:00 - 13:00
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Ieman Mona El-Mowafi (She/Her)

Senior Consultant, System Thinking Practitioner and Researcher

Ieman Mona El-Mowafi is a population health scholar, activist and organizer with a strong focus on humanitarian and development settings. She received her MSc from the University of Ottawa and as an Egyptian-Norwegian-Canadian researcher, she has worked to forge relationships and initiate systemic change among Black and racialized students in Canada. In collaboration with leading activists in Canada, she has supported a number of anti-racism initiatives on University campuses, including stakeholder mobilization and evaluations of institutional diversity and inclusion policies.

She founded NorImpact, an organization dedicated working with organizations to implement and evaluate programs and execute sustainable action plans to address system level gaps through effective monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, and evidence-based recommendations. Her research interests center on communities’ dignity, wellness, and self-determination in order to effectively and ethically further social justice.

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