Míriam Hatibi

Activist and communication consultant

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Míriam Hatibi is an activist and communication consultant at the company Sibilare. She is the Barcelona-born daughter of Moroccan parents. In 2015 she graduated in International Business and Economics (UPF) and went on to take a master’s degree in Internationalization at the UB.

She is the author of a short essay on identity and inclusion entitled Mírame a los ojos (Plaza Janes, 2018) and the children’s book Leila (Timun Mas, 2018), jointly with Mariam Ben-Arab. For some years, she has dedicated part of her time to anti-racist and feminist activism, with particular emphasis on the power of communication to bring about social change. She participates in radio and television programs, calling for a more plural vision of society that reflects the realities we see on the streets.

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