Zoë van Otterloo

consultant for local governments


With a background in anthropology and development studies, Zoë will be your host of the day. Having worked abroad in countries such as Ghana and Afghanistan, she has experienced the importance of human rights and inclusion first hand. Previous work she has done includes lobby and advocacy for sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR), research in the field of poverty and its influence on social exclusion and she is the co-founder of a creative programme in Tilburg where art and science meet. At the moment Zoë is active as a consultant for local governments, researching topics such as how to make the energy transition attainable for everyone, including those living in poverty. She’ll be your host on 22 October in Tilburg!

“I find it extremely important that everyone has the chance to participate fully in life, and strongly believe we need creative and innovative solutions in order to realise this. I’m looking forward to showing you all that Tilburg has to offer!”


Plenary Kick off The paradox of (un)limited Inclusiveness

The paradox of (un)limited inclusiveness

Welcome speech alderman of Tilburg, Marcelle Hendrickx and your host of today: Zoë van Otterloo.

More details about this session
Tuesday 22 October
Lochal, Tilburg

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