Ibrakhim Saifullaiev

Ibrakhim Saifullaiev

  • Country of origin: Ukraine
  • Occupation: Young professional
  • Current residence: Budapest, Hungary
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Ibrakhim is a young an international expert, human rights activist, and multilingual changemaker with experience in different international NGOs. His main focus areas are human rights, diplomacy and the environment. He has been working to promote and protect human rights for recent years, thus acquiring extensive knowledge in the field of international monitoring, human rights in particular as regards freedom of thought and expression.
He has successfully completed Critical Thinking and Advocacy in a Free Society Program, which was organized by The Leavitt Institute for International Development. This has enabled Ibrakhim to engage more closely with international human rights NGOs to spread democracy, ethics, and the rule of law. He is also an alumna of the Teaching Human Rights Fellowship. As a Human Rights Fellow Ibrakhim used his experiences to instill in his community a sense of respect toward other human beings and inspire them to become, in their own right, educators and activists who will assist in the defense of human rights.
Ibrakhim is strongly interested in the integration processes that take place across the EU, and also in the Eastern Neighbourhood countries. He has benefitted firsthand from the EU and so considers himself a passionate EU admirer who desires to share his enthusiasm for the EU with people in Ukraine and around the neighborhood.



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