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Lydia Gall (HUN)

Western Balkans and Eastern Europe researcher at Human Rights Watch

„If the EU is serious about its own membership criteria, they should push to ensure the governments create a safe environment for journalists to be able to do their jobs as public watchdogs.“

 

A native Swedish living in Hungary, Lydia Gall, is a human rights lawyer by training and comes with a background in Roma rights and the Middle East. She has previously worked on documenting violations of humanitarian law and human rights in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory followed by extensive work protecting and promoting the rights of the Romani minority in Europe.

  Before joining Human Rights Watch, Lydia worked as a staff attorney involved in strategic litigation on behalf of Romani victims of human rights abuses, particularly in the fields of More…