Antónia is the Executive Director of UNICEF Hungary, previously a journalist, TV anchor, and documentary film director in Hungary and the UK. At the BBC, she has worked at the prime-time current affairs strand Panorama – among other prestigious programs in news, current affairs and documentaries. She has covered wars, filmed in hostile environments and engaged in investigative journalism. Antónia continued making documentaries for the BBC after her return to her native Hungary, in parallel to her on-screen work for Hungarian Public Television. One of her films was selected “best of the year” by BBC World, and another premiered in a cinema in front of King Charles. In 2006, she wrote a book about Eastern European migration to the UK. Over the years she has been selected as a European Young Leader, an Aspen Young Leader, and a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. 

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