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Anita Danka, MA

She is a former Human Rights Adviser at the Offi ce for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) of the OSCE. She has monitored assemblies in 17 countries and trained police on how to facilitate assemblies in a human rights compliant way in five countries of the OSCE region. She is a Hungarian certified attorney and also holds an MA degree in Human Rights from the Central European University and an MA in English from the University of Debrecen, Hungary. Besides human rights monitoring and capacity building she had been engaged in strategic litigation to further the enjoyment of human rights of Roma and Sinti communities in Europe. She has published on the role of communication in the human rights-based facilitation of peaceful protests, using digital technologies for human rights monitoring, combating hate crimes and intolerance, school segregation, police abuse, discrimination in access to employment, and reproductive rights.

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