Our team

Michaela Ujházyová is a trainer, project coordinator and researcher in the field of human rights, human rights education and education for democratic citizenship. She has gained experience in public service for various organisations governed by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic, in youth organisations and NGOs. Currently, she works as a researcher at the Slovak National Centre for Human Rights, project coordinator for Outward Bound Slovakia and freelance trainer and facilitator.

Magdaléna Musilová graduated at the Faculty of Law of the Comenius University in Bratislava in 2014. In 2016, she graduated at the Faculty of Management of the Comenius University in Bratislava. Later she continued with her PhD, dealing with the topic of the disadvantaged position of young people on the Slovak labour market which she finished in 2019. She worked in a law office on the civil, administrative, and human rights cases for more than three years. Currently, she works as a researcher focusing on the labour market. She has attended various courses on the topics of non-formal education at the universities, summer schools and conferences.

Kristína Musilová studied biotechnology at universities in Czechia and Spain. In Granada, her professional path took a new direction - she devoted herself to activism in the field of feminism and LGBTQI+, in which she also continues nowadays. She has participated in several Erasmus+ training courses about LGBTQI+ youth work, the Theatre of the Oppressed and human rights education. She was an internship at the Institute of Active Citizenship and worked as a project and marketing support.

Veronika Kusyová focuses on the Western Balkans, EU enlargement, radicalisation, (violent) extremism and women's rights. She has studied and lived in different European countries, such as Albania, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Serbia and the United Kingdom. She has experience in project management and research. She enjoys working with the youth in experiential learning projects. She is a bookworm, fast reader and a triathlete.

Ivana Godulová has a background in human rights, philosophy and teacher training in social studies. She has worked on several projects in NGOs in Bulgaria, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovakia. She mainly focuses on vulnerable groups and communities, their protection and advocacy. Her interest lies in intersections of gender, ethnicity/race, class, disability and SOGI. Recently, she has started to experiment with graphics and drawing as a tool of activism. She loves picture books and (non)sense written on the walls.

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