Romanița Iordache LLM
- doctoral student
Romanița Iordache is doing her doctoral studies in Diversity Management and EU Governance at Karl Franzens University in Graz and Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna. Her field of research is on the impact of the use of assimilationist and integrative strategies in promoting anti-discrimination legislation as a part of Europeanisation processes with a comparative focus on the development of anti-discrimination legislation in Romania and Moldova. Romanița is a J.D. graduate of Bucharest Law School, and earned her LLM degrees at Central European University LLM in Comparative Constitutional Law and New York University School of Law LLM in Global Public Interest Law. She was a Public Interest Law Fellow at Columbia University. Parallel to her academic work, Romanița has been working on human rights and particularly on equality and anti-discrimination issues in Romania and in Central and Eastern Europe for the last 15 years, both for domestic and international organizations, including: the Romanian Helsinki Committee, Accept-Romania, Human Rights Watch, United Nations, Open Society Foundations, the European Commission, the Fundamental Rights Agency. Currently Romanița is working as the Romanian legal expert for the Network of Independent Legal Experts on Anti-Discrimination of the European Commission (http://www.non-discrimination.net/) and as Senior Independent Expert coordinating the Romanian team of researchers in the network FRANET of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union.