Tamás Kádár is the Co-Director of Equinet, the European Network of Equality Bodies. He is responsible for overseeing the legal and policy work of this network of public bodies set up based on the EU equal treatment directives. Tamás has a legal background and before Equinet he used to work as a legal officer at the Hungarian Equal Treatment Authority. He has published articles on equality and non-discrimination (including socio-economic status as a discrimination ground), spoken at numerous international conferences and acted as a trainer and expert in various EU, Council of Europe, OSCE and USAID-funded projects.
Alice Bah Kuhnke is currently a member of the European Parliament for the Swedish green Party and serves as a member of the committee for women’s rights and gender equality. She is a former minister of the Swedish Government responsible for culture and democracy 2014-2019. Her previous experiences also include working as Director General for Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society, General Secretary for Fairtrade Sweden and Sustainability director at the company OF AB. MEP/Vice-Chair, Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance, European Parliament.
Rossalina Latcheva is currently Head of the Anti-Racism and Non-Discrimination Sector in the Equality, Roma and Social Rights Unit of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). Her areas of expertise with respect to FRA’s work include: equality and non-discrimination, including the collection and use of equality data; racism, xenophobia and related intolerance; migration & integration; gender-based violence; and mixed methods research. She is experienced in developing, collecting and analysing primary and secondary survey data, as well as in applying diverse quantitative and qualitative research methodologies.
Prior to joining the FRA, she held a university post-doctoral position at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, and was a lecturer at the University of Vienna, Austria. She holds a PhD in sociology and has published a number of articles, book chapters and reports on integration, national and European identity, ethnic exclusion and mixed methods research.