Zuzana Ramajzlová studied sociology and social politics at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University, Prague. She currently manages educational services of the Programs of Social Integration at People in Need. In the past, she was in charge of the Varianty program, supporting the educational courses for teachers and managing a project focused on aid to Roma survivors of WW2. Zuzana currently manages trans-regional projects focused on education of children with a socially disadvantaged background. She also gained professional experience as the director of the Center for Integration of Foreigners. Zuzana is a member of the APIV B professional platform and has been a long-term collaborator with other NGOs. She has been involved with the topic of inequalities, mainly in education, since 2001.

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