Stavroula is an advocate, holding a bachelor in Law (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), a Masters in Media (University of Sussex), while she is currently pursuing an LLM in Public International Law (National University of Athens). Having participated in a number of European and International conferences on issues ranging from freedom of expression and hate speech online to LGBTQ rights and the incarceration conditions in Greece, her interests have always been focused on politics, human rights and the politics of human rights. She has also worked as a data protection officer at Cedefop EU agency, as a legal associate at the General Secretariat for Human Rights in Greece, as a lawyer at the Greek Council for Refugees and an editor in various online magazines. She is also a rapporteur for the ‘Golden Dawn Watch’ initiative and a deputy board member of the board of directors of the Hellenic League for Human Rights.
Updated May 2018