Hannah Kabelka, MA is an intersectional feminist and works as an advisor on gender, SRHR and education at KIT.
In the past Hannah directly implemented children and youth programmes in non-formal education settings for more than seven years, worked on education and gender policy analysis with the UNESCO IIEP in Buenos Aires and engaged in gender, psychosocial support and child protection programming at War Child Holland.
At KIT, Hannah is responsible for knowledge management and M&E at Share-Net Netherlands, where she facilitates (online) exchange and learning between policymakers, researchers and NGOs to jointly improve SRHR policy and practice. She also supports ongoing SRHR projects such as Power to You(th) focusing on harmful practices, sexual and gender-based violence and unintended pregnancies and the FIGO Safe Abortion Advocacy project.
Hannah is flexible, accurate and a critical thinker. Skilled in qualitative and mixed-method approaches with a focus on innovative youth-led research methods, she is committed to creating spaces that center marginalized perspectives and provide opportunities to validate different ways of knowing.