Tatjana Peric is a human rights professional focusing on the situation of Roma and other ethnic minorities in Europe since 1994, in association with a number of UN and governmental agencies, as well as both international and grassroots NGOs. An alumna of the Religion, Human Rights and Religious Freedom Program at Columbia University in New York, she earned her MA in Theory and Practice of Human Rights as a Chevening Scholar at the University of Essex, UK. She conducted extensive human rights field missions in most southeast European countries, and authored, co-authored or edited over thirty articles and publications on human rights topics. In May 2006 she became the International Policy Fellow of the Open Society Institute and the Central European University, with her project "A Gendered View of the Decade of Roma Inclusion". She is currently based in Budapest, Hungary, and works as Senior Research Coordinator with the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC).
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