Head of Project at CLAIM
Nina Mühe is an ethnologist and expert on how we live diversity. For some ten years, she has done research on Islam as well as Muslims in Germany/Europe and was a research associate on the “ACCEPT Pluralism” research project at the European University Viadrina. During her most recent engagement with the Kreuzberg Initiative against Anti-Semitism (KIGA), she was involved in educating young Muslims to become peer educators. She is a committed diversity trainer, is responsible for and heads the CLAIM project and devotes her full experience to the issue of empowerment.
Rima Hanano manages our communications from Berlin. She explains to the public what is happening at CLAIM and ensures that our issues are also visible elsewhere. She has extensive experience from within the NGO sector: for example, as a campaigns manager, a speaker for press and public relations work, or as a chief online editor. Rima heads our press and public relations work and also has editorial responsibility for our blog and website.
Güzin Ceyhan holds a degree in business administration and a Masters in Integration and Interculturality. Before joining CLAIM, Güzin was a project coordinator in Istanbul and actively involved in establishing the Centre for Conflict Transformation. In Germany, she is extensively engaged with Muslim communities and their structures. She is a CLAIM project worker.
Jessica Bajinski holds a degree in Islamic and European Studies. She took a gap year in Palestine. Jessica is responsible for the finances for the CLAIM project.