Tania is responsible for designing and carrying out Race & Equality’s advocacy strategy before the UN Human Rights treaty bodies and Special Procedures Mandates.
Prior to joining Race & Equality, Tania was a human rights field officer at the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Honduras. There, she was responsible for monitoring and reporting on the situation of indigenous peoples, ESCR, forced displacement, and migrants’ rights. Prior to that, she worked for Asylum Access Ecuador and volunteered at African Middle East Refugee Assistance (Egypt) providing legal advice for refugees.
Her experience in the protection of human rights has led Tania to focus on the issue of discrimination to ensure equal access to justice. Tania received her LLM from SOAS University of London (UK), where she specialized in international human rights law. She also holds an B.A. in Law and Political Sciences and an M.A. in migration from the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain).