International Working Group Member
Dinah has 8 years of experience as a peer operator in the field of harm reduction in Italy, part of LAB57 Alchemica, with particular expertise in drug policies focusing on human rights. She is also active with regard to women’s and gender minorities’ rights, as part of a feminist and non-conforming people collective, Chemical Sisters, with the aim that the phenomenon of psychoactive substance use is addressed through harm reduction practices. With her two projects, she is part of many International organizations and Network such as SisterWUD, NewNet, LEAP and ItanPUD. She has a degree in Anthropology, religions and Oriental Civilization. She is now pursuing a Master’s degree in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation, focusing on the Italian situation on drug policies. She has been part of the Amnesty International task force against Hate Speeches on social media and worked as an Intern for 6 months in the UNECE Information Unit.