Sonja Fatma Bläser

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Sonja Fatma Bläser, 2021

Sonja Fatma Bläser} (born 1964 in Kars, Eastern Anatolia, Turkey) has been born into a Kurdish family who emigrated to Germany in 1973. She resisted a forced marriage and subsequently escaped two assassinations. With her association HennaMond she campaigns against violence in the name of Islam in schools.[1]

She spoke against genital mutilation at the WWDOGA 2018 and 2020.

Publications

Awards

  • Ludwig Beck Prize for civil courage from the state capital Wiesbaden
  • Federal Cross of Merit on ribbon[2]

See also

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References

  1. REFweb (16 April 2018). Frauenrechtlerin über das Kopftuch: „Die Mädchen wollen das nicht“ [Women's rights activist on the headscarf: "The girls don't want that"] (German), taz. Retrieved 2 February 2021.
  2. REFweb (14 February 2013). Bundesverdienstkreuz für drei Leverkusener [Federal Cross of Merit for three people from Leverkusen] (German), Stadt Leverkusen. Retrieved 2 February 2021.