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World-Talks # Mitja Blazic

Mitja Blazic is a Slovenia radio journalist and fights for equal rights for every LGBT person. He currently works as a Program Manager for the Human Rights Society Legebitra.    

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World-Talks # Péter Sárosi

Péter Sárosi is the head of the Drug Policy Program of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union. The HCLU is a non-profit human rights watchdog NGO established in Budapest, Hungary in 1994, with the aim to promote the case of fundamental rights and principles laid down by the Constitution of the Republic of Hungary and by […]

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World-Talks # Ionut Stan

Ionut Stan has been born as member of the Roma community within Romania. As one of the few Roma people who went to university, he encountered a lot of straightforward discrimination against Roma people by Romanians. Public housing, equal chances to get a job and access to health care are still main problems for many […]

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World-Talks # Bob Zellner

Bob Zellner is a life-long civil rights activist and was a field secretary for SNCC (the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) in the 1960s. He was arrested 25 times and charged with everything from criminal anarchy to inciting the black population to acts of war and violence for his efforts to help register voters and bring […]

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