Georgiana Epure is a Legal Associate at the Open Society Justice Initiative, in London, working on human rights advocacy and strategic litigation, with a focus on implementation of judgments, countering digital authoritarianism and business & human rights due diligence. Prior to her current role, Georgiana was a trainee at the European External Action Service and an intern at the International Criminal Court.
She is a passionate advocate for women's rights and as the President of the Association for Liberty and Gender Equality (Romania) she leads the association's policy and legal advocacy projects. From 2022, she is a member of the Board of Women Deliver.
Georgiana's academic research has focused on responses to gross human rights violations. She holds an MA in Social Science Research Methods from the University of Leeds, an MPhil in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge, and a BA in International Relations from the University of Leeds.
University of Leeds