- July 7, 2020
- Posted by: matei
A graduate of Bucharest Law School, Romaniţa Iordache undertook her post-graduate education at the Central European University, with an LL.M in Comparative Constitutional Law and New York University School of Law with an LL.M in International Human Rights Law and carried out her doctoral studies at Karl Franzens University, Austria working on Diversity Management and EU Governance. Romaniţa is currently the Romanian Independent Expert in the European Equality Law Network of the European Commission, the Senior Expert for the Romanian team of the Fundamental Rights Agency FRANET and also doing human rights work in Moldova, Albania and other countries in the region. She is the Co-president of ACCEPT Romania and the president of the board of Agentia de Dezvoltare Comunitara Impreuna.