Lovette Jallow

Author, Lecturer, Entrepreneur and Acclaimed Community Activist

Lovette Jallow

Author, Lecturer, Entrepreneur and Acclaimed Community Activist

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Lovette Jallow is one of today's most important voices when it comes to the fight against racism, discrimination and injustice in society.

Driven by a desire to see real change, she stands unquestionably with the marginalized and disenfranchised, clearly pointing out structural and individual injustices, along with the problems that arise when people are treated differently based on their background, religion, ethnicity, skin colour or gender.

Using a dynamic approach backed by data-driven insights, she provides concrete actions to initiate open discussions, better practices, and more equitable spaces.


No one is voiceless. Collaborate with Lovette Jallow for public speaking events, workshops and training, or consultation services and help build more inclusive spaces where every voice has value.   

Acclaimed Activist

Lovette Jallow spreads awareness of human rights and equality. She questions and problematizes areas where injustice and ignorance are still present.

Her activism continuously influences millions to drive change.

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    Thank you for an insightful and important lecture on structural racism today! You truly succeed in engaging and inspiring even digitally through the screen!

    – Emma Bergström, KPMG Sweden

    Thank you for a fantastic lecture arranged by Madde. It made me reflect on my privileges even though I myself come from an immigrant background.

    – Employee, KPMG

    I just attended your digital lecture for Skellefteå Pride and wanted to thank you for an incredible session. You are one of my greatest role models, and your work inspires me immensely. The lecture and discussions were both enriching and interesting. Thank you so much — you are amazing!

    Attendee, Skellefteå Pride

    THANK YOU for an amazing lecture at Epidemic Sound! It was incredibly inspiring and insightful. I feel more informed and motivated to DO better! Looking forward to your return and following you on Instagram. Thank you!!!

    – Employee at Epidemic Sound

    – Having you lecture at Karolinska today made my day, no, my entire year. As a Black Muslim woman living in Sweden, I am so grateful to have women like you to look up to when society tries to say otherwise. You have no idea how many times I’ve scrolled through your Instagram, constantly reminding myself of my worth in society and the world. I only wish to aspire to the things you’ve achieved. Saying you’re ‘appreciated’ doesn’t do justice to your service. You’re the best!!!”

    – Student Hayat at Karolinska Institute

    Thank you for the lecture from you today, it was absolutely fantastic. I am glad to have met you digitally. I also want to mention that The&Partnership specializes in branding and sales (marketing, communication). Despite our focus, you are better at communication than most of us. Today’s lecture was truly a lesson in communication.

    Employee, The&Partnership

    Never attended a better lecture. It was fantastic to hear your voice yesterday in Uppsala.

    Student, Uppsala University

    “I was at the teacher training yesterday, and I just want to say: THANK YOU! This topic needs to be discussed much more; teacher education requires more courses that address it. Excellent lecture and highly educational! You are amazing!”

    Teacher, Uppsala University

    We had the wonderful opportunity and privilege to meet with Lovette Jallow—author, lecturer, lawyer, entrepreneur and activist. We deeply appreciate her for taking the time and energy to help us better understand ourselves, amplify our voices, and improve the lives of Black and POC people in Sweden. Thank you, Lovette.

    Students, Hvitfeldtska School in Gothenburg

    Great lecture!! We need more people like you. Highlighting structural racism in Sweden and advocating for a deeper understanding of social structures by starting with the most oppressed. Your work urges us to acknowledge every individual and make daily choices towards equality for all ethnicities, sexes, sexualities, classes, ages, abilities, and religions.

    Amelia, Karlstad University

    “Thank you for educating me and my Spotify colleague today. You were amazing. We are a pretty engaged community but I have rarely seen such a positive response to a lecture. I don’t know if you saw the internal comments but there were lots of them.”

    – Gabriella, Spotify