Jassir de Windt

Communication for Development (C4D)

Born in Europe (The Netherlands) and raised in the Caribbean (Curaçao), Jassir de Windt is a supporter of constructive journalism and alter-globalisation. His fields of interest are in the area of international relations, human rights, cultural pluriformity, development and social change. Based in Amsterdam, he holds a master's degree in Communication for Development from Malmö University (Sweden).
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2017 LGBT Pride in Santa Fe, Argentina | Photographer: TitiNicola. Used under Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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On how Argentina became a trailblazer in LGBT+ rights

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Photo: Sander vanderWel via Flickr. Used under Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 2.0).
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When men experience harassment

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Copenhagen, Denmark – Photo: Roman Boed via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)
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Here are 4 Danish core values the world could learn from

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David Paulus | Image: © Paco Núñez.
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This is how millennials contribute to ethical fashion

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Venezuelan protest in Cologne | Photo by: Scoobay. Used under Creative Commons (CC BY-2.0).
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Venezuelan women in the diaspora on femininity, career choices and their involvement in the future of their country

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This is how Amsterdam allows children to thrive by means of cultural education

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Sierra Leonean women in the diaspora thriving as grassroots development actors

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The revolutionary approach of a Dutch abbey in areas such as existential questions, LGBT+ matters and communal life.

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“Greenland is far more than a primitive society”

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On Amsterdam’s Continuous Efforts To Be An Inclusive LGBT+ City

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On India’s unceasing contributions to female leadership

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The dyslectic poet

by Jassir de Windt
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Curbing old age poverty by dint of a Dutch initiative

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On Ethiopian women steering development in the world’s fastest growing economy

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Framing Global Poverty

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How Stedman Graham, Oprah Winfrey’s life partner, is helping a proportion of the Dutch population in becoming self-sufficient

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A Macedonian woman’s odyssey as a UN advocate of social change

by Jassir de Windt
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“Technology has given people a voice and identity”

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On being the mother of a transgender child

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The compelling story of a young LGBT+ Muslim advocate

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“Anne Frank’s legacy is always relevant, irrespective of the times we live in”

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Double Dutch: the Netherlands’ first black and first female news anchor

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The daughter of an undocumented Ghanaian immigrant’s emergence as a member of the Dutch House of Representatives

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