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Eben Friedman currently is a Chief of the Monitoring Unit at OSCE Mission to Skopje. He has previously worked in several key positions as a consultant on EU projects, REF, ECMI, UNDP as well as many other international and national engagements on the Roma issue. Friedman received his doctorate at the University of San Diego in California, USA.






Margareta Matache is a Roma human rights activist, director of the Harvard FXB Roma Program and also a Harvard instructor. Her last book "Implementation of Roma rights" issued in 2017 explores Anti-Gypsyism and documents the growing political movement led by Roma in building inclusive and equitable Europe. Margareta holds a PhD from the University of Bucharest, while the post-doctoral studies finishes at Harvard.






Diana Pirjol, MA, has over five years of experience in multiple jobs - Washington, Brussels, Amsterdam, Cambridge and Bucharest. She has gained hands-on experience in providing analytical, project management, teaching and advocacy on health / life sciences and economic empowerment. Diana is a recipient of a scholarship from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, while her research and evaluations are presented in the World Bank publications.






Sebian Fejzula is one of Romalitico's founders with a significant contribution to research on Roma women. She is currently a junior researcher at anti-racism project in Europe and Latin America - Dealing in everyday racism: police respond to practice and racist representations / speech of mass media. Sebian is currently a PhD student in the Human Rights Program in Contemporary Society at the University of Coimbra.






Ismael Cortés completed his post-doctoral studies at the Central European University in Budapest while pursuing a doctorate in the UNESCO program. During his academic career, Ismail was a researcher at the Nottingham School of Critical Theory, the Institute for the Study of Peace and Conflict at the International University of Andalusia and the Institute for Human Rights in Madrid. He has worked as an analyst for the Open Society Foundation program from 2016 to 2018, in Budapest and Brussels. In May 2019, he was elected Member of Parliament to the Spanish Parliament.



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