Latest posts by Hans Blokland (see all)
- Lawyer Nadia Lejaille joins Social Science Works. - January 21, 2023
- German Children’s Fund supports new project: “Strong girls in rural areas”. - January 15, 2023
- First part of the project “Empowerment of Refugee Children” completed. - January 4, 2023
Sahba Salehi is a master student of International Humanitarian Action (NOHA) at the University of Groningen. She has previously studied International Development at the University of Edinburgh and has an undergraduate degree in English Language. She has experience working with the Danish Refugee Council on a project for Afghan refugee children’s access to education in Iran. Prior to this, Sahba also has worked as a language teacher and an education coordinator in a community centre in Tehran. She is passionate about alternative types of education as a means of social change and promoting equality. Her other interests include issues related to working with communities on different areas such as education, participation, and integration. As an intern with Social Science Works, Sahba is excited improve her knowledge of democracy and deliberation. She is also interested in exploring the impacts of SSW as a local NGO on the community and the challenges, achievements, and learnt lessons of the projects.