Nozizwe Dube

Young European of 2017, law student, public speaker, human rights advocate

I am Nozizwe Dube. Welcome to my website.

I am a Law student at the University of Leuven, specialising in international and European Union law and public law. I am currently working on my masterthesis on a topic linked to Art Law and Human Rights Law.

I was born in Zimbabwe, and moved to Belgium to be reunited with my mother at the age of fourteen. I am the former president of the Flemish Youth Council, a 3 year-post in which I advocated for the rights of all young people in Flanders. The topics I worked on range from the right to vote for 16- and 17-year olds, mental health of young people and sustainable work for young people.

I am one of the two Young Europeans of 2017, a prize awarded by the Schwarzkopf Stiftung. This prize was awarded to me for my youth rights and human rights advocacy.

I hope to work with you soon. Do not hesitate to contact me via any of the different channels mentioned on my website.

What I do
  • Public speaking
  • Writing
  • Intersectional feminism
  • Debate moderator
  • Legal expertise
  • Podcast host ‘Nozizwe delves into’

Photographer: Tessa Delbeke from https://www.monokrohm.com/