Jeff Kwasi Klein


Jeff Kwasi Klein is a Co-Director at the Multitudes Foundation, where he supports individuals and initiatives across Europe in reimagining more inclusive, representative and human politics. Before this role, he led the community-based funding project May Ayim Fonds and Germany's first anti-discrimination counselling centre for Black, African and African Diasporic people at Each One Teach One (EOTO).

Jeff is currently a member of the Berlin Equality Advisory Board (Gleichstellungsbegleitgremium or GBG), which focuses on combating anti-Black racism in Berlin, and he serves as a board member of the Migrationsrat Berlin. In these roles, he advocates for the interests of Black communities and various (post-)migrant self-organizations. Jeff is dedicated to addressing structural and institutionalized forms of racism, focusing on empowerment, leadership, and community building.

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Is Democracy Equipped for This? Renewing civic infrastructure in a time of populism and polycrisis
This moment is one of not a single major crisis, but of many. Indeed, some thinkers have come to call this time one of “polycrisis” (“a cluster of related global risks with compounding effects, such that the overall impact exceeds the sum of each part”) or “permacrisis” (“an extended period of instability and insecurity, especially one resulting from a series of catastrophic events”).