Jaqueline Saki Aslan

Jacqueline Saki Aslan researches and works on new forms of history and museum education, women’s* health and political empowerment, refugee history and trauma, and the Yezidi genocide. Her focus is on classism intertwined with race and gender. Until 2020, she was part of the consultation group on the federal government’s Women, Peace and Security agenda. Currently, she advises the MARKK Museum in Hamburg as a freelance facilitator and is active as an artist.