Gregory Fabian, International Human Rights Lawyer.
10.15am, Parallel Session, Room 1, Reflections on experiences of promoting a gender equality action plan in University College Cork.
11.00am, Parallel Session, Room1, Opportunities and Challenges of GEAP implementation experience through GENOVATE Project in Ankara University between 2013-2016.
Gregory Fabian J.D. is a member of the Bar in the State of New York who resides in Bratislava, Slovakia and who works as an independent international human rights consultant in Slovakia and internationally. From 1995 to 2000, he worked in Bratislava for the the former Vienna-based International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights as a Project Coordinator serving the Slovak Helsinki Committee. From 2000 to 2004, he worked for the Human Rights Department of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo in Prishtine, first as a Human Rights Training Coordinator, and later the Senior Legal Adviser on Non-discrimination. He led a successful campaign to promote a comprehensive anti-discrimination law in Kosovo and drafted model legislation upon which it was based. From 2004 to 2008, he worked for the Human Rights Department of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina as the Legal Adviser/Coordinator of the Economic, Social Rights and Equality Unit. In addition to his human rights protection activities, he delivers university lectures on international human rights and international human rights law, has had articles published on human rights topics and has designed and conducted human rights training workshops internationally.