Vivien graduated from the Faculty of Law at ELTE in Budapest. She is currently finishing her LLM in Human Rights at Central European University. She has acquired a strong foundation in the field of international human rights, which she has strengthened through participation in programs such as the Roma Graduate Preparation Program, also at Central European University. She completed a fellowship related to community organizing in Boston, Massachusetts, USA in 2017 as a Professional Fellow with the Legislative Fellows Program – Sustaining Civic Participation in Minority Communities. Prior to joining the European Roma Rights Centre as a lawyer, Vivien worked at the Romaversitas Foundation, the Autonómia Foundation and the Open Society Foundations.

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