Ombeni Stickdorn-Ngonyani

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Ombeni Stickdorn-Ngonyani

Ombeni Stickdorn-Ngonyani is a professional author and certified consultant for global learning. She advocates for the rights of children worldwide and, in particular, for the cross-gender right to genital integrity. In her most recent book, "Big Eight and Ukeketaji - The Stolen Childhood and Femininity," she looks at Female Genital Mutilation in her home country Tanzania. Ombeni Stickdorn-Ngonyani is an activist committed to both children and the environment. Among other things, she is an honorary reading ambassador for the "Stiftung Lesen" (Reading Foundation) and is a patron at NABU Hamburg, Germany, for the protection of storks that live in Germany and spend the winter in Tanzania.[1]

Since August 2019 she is intaktiv ambassador. In her statement as an intaktiv ambassador, she explains that in the sense of the German Constitution, it is a question of guaranteeing equality and ensuring protection against discrimination for all, so that the free development of the personality of all people is guaranteed.

“ I would like to use my voice, my name and my face in a positive way to work together against female genital mutilation and baseless foreskin amputations on boys and to stand up for the genital self-determination of intersex people. To achieve these goals, we need to rid ourselves of unnecessary prejudices and stop being silent and taboo. Article 2 para. 1 of the German Constitution states: "Everyone has the right to the free development of his personality, insofar as he does not violate the rights of others and does not violate the constitutional order or the moral law." In this sense, it is about To ensure equality and to ensure protection against discrimination for all, so that the free development of the personality of all people is guaranteed. ”
Ombeni Stickdorn-Ngonyani (intaktiv website) [2]

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