Interview by FiLiA spokeswoman Heather Brunskell-Evans.
Soda Daaji is a Tunisian-Italian feminist engaged in Europe and Africa. Here she interestingly draws out the connections as well as differences between European and African cultures, traditions, and religions, and their effects on the achievements of women’s rights across both continents.
She is the hubs coordinator of Afrika Youth Movement, a youth-led Movement with more than 10.000 members engaged across Africa and Diaspora. She is also an individual member of the European Network of Migrant Women and a staunch advocate of the Nordic Model.