Konstantinos Kazanas: Lawyer – Scientific Fellow specialized in the protection of vulnerable social groups (migrants, asylum seekers, detainees etc.), discrimination, social exclusion and multicultural education.

Theano Maneta: She is a graduate from the German School of Athens and holds a Bachelor Degree with distinction in International and European Studies from the Panteion University of Athens, for which she was granted the first prize from the State Scholarships Foundation. During the academic year 2012-2013, she obtained her LL.M. (Master of Law) with specialization in international law from the University of Cambridge, UK and has been a state scholar. Her thesis, entitled «Proliferation of law and tribunals: the MOX-Plant and Kadi cases», was conducted under the supervision of Professor James R. Crawford and has won the «Oikonomidis Award» by the Hellenic Society of International Law and International Relations.

Vasilis Tsevrenis: Born in Athens in 1982, he studied law at the University of Athens, where he completed his master in Civil Law. In 2011 he obtained a Ph.D. in public law and his thesis is entitled «Human Dignity: Its Functional Use in Legal Thought» (ed. Sakkoulas, 2012, 350 p.). He specializes in international protection of Human Rights and in social policy issues.

Dionysia Varthali: Born in Athens in 1981, she studied International Relations at Panteion University and completed her master in International Relations at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and at the University of Vienna. Her master thesis is entitled «Social integration of immigrants in Austrian and Greek societies: Commonalities and Differences». Her research interests are rights of vulnerable social groups, such as immigrants and women.

Apostolos Vlachogiannis: Born in Kalamata in 1981, he holds a law degree from the University of Athens Law School. He has completed a master in European Union Law (University of Athens) and in Philosophy of Law (University Panthéon-Assas Paris II) and has been a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School. His Ph.D. thesis entitled «The Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court and the Notion of the Living Constitution» was completed at University Paris II Panthéon-Assas in 2011 (ed. Classiques Garnier, 2014, 643 p.). His main research interests are jurisprudence and public law, especially comparative constitutional law.


Eleni Tsalaga: She holds a librarian and informatics systems degree. She works at the MFHR since 2000.


Eleni Dimitropoulaki: She works as a personal secretary to the President of the MFHR since 2003.

Aristea Kochtani: She works at the MFHR as the head secretary since 2000.

Margarita Tseperka: She works at the secretariat of the MFHR since 2012