Dorottya Átol

She holds a PhD degree in international studies and human rights from the University of Western Sydney, Australia, and a Masters Degree in international studies from Corvinus University of Budapest. She was a Refugee Case worker and a volunteer at Amnesty International Australia, then campaign coordinator at Amnesty International Hungary, where she worked on the issue of hate crime and racist violence affecting Roma, also on the right to adequate housing and the right to education of Roma. 

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