Ouassima Laabich-Mansour specialised in managment, organisation and minority rights issues during her studies at the Hertie School and at the American University of Beirut. Prior to joining the Hertie School, she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Near- and Middle Eastern Studies at Philipps-Universität Marburg and spent an exchange semester at the University of Jordan in Amman. Her professional experience includes working for the largest Muslim youth organisation in Germany on matters relating to public relations, community organising, management and political affairs. She also worked for a project funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe in Berlin and co-lead the first Muslim Culture Days in Berlin. Laabich-Mansour also completed several internships in the private and public sector (Syspons and CLAIM – Alliance Against Islamophobia and Anti-Muslim Hate). In addition to the languages listed below, she also speaks Tmazight.
Master’s thesis title
De-/Constructing Neutrality: How do civil society actors in Berlin discursively produce neutrality in the light of the so-called neutrality law (VerfArt29G BE)?