Marija Sulejmanova holds a BA degree in Law from the Law University “Iustinianus Primus” – Skopje and an MA degree in Human Rights from the Central European University – Budapest. After her master studies, she was an intern in the European Roma Rights Center in Budapest. Her research interest is analyzing laws, their constitutionality and collision among them, finding responsible institutions in advocacy research, and making a comparison between country policies and laws. Currently, Marija holds the position of a junior researcher in IRPA - Romalitico and she strongly believes that this experience will prepare her for future engagements as a human rights advocate and lawyer. Тhis opportunity will provide her a unique knowledge in dealing with Roma issues and in general, knowledge on the overall process of policy assessment. Therefore, she is more than motivated to learn continuously, work and develop in a creative and highly ambitious environment where the initial working criteria and principle is critical thinking.