KMOP - Social Action and Innovation Center would like to invite you to the "A single view for a multiple reality: the femicide case" International Conference on Friday, October 25th, 2019 (09:30 - 15:00) at Innovathens (Technopolis, 100 Pireos str., Athens).

Registration is free / pre-registration is required at

All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation.

There will be simultaneous translation (Greek - English).

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The conference takes place in the framework of the project "SupportVoc: Development of a Generic Support Services Model to enhance the Rights of Victims of Crime".

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Diliana Markova is currently executive director of Bulgarian Lawyers for Human Rights, a not-for-profit organization promoting legal human rights protection. Formerly Markova has been international programmes and advocacy expert at Animus Association Foundation, a not-for-profit organization providing direct support and counselling to women and children victims of violence. Previously, she was the coordinator at the National Institute of Justice of a project for training magistrates in human rights standards, as well as a senior expert in the International Standards and Regulation Department with the Ombudsman of the Republic of Bulgaria. During Bulgaria’s intensive pre-accession negotiations for full EU membership, she was a policy advisor at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Bulgaria. Her portfolio included rule of law, good governance, and human rights and minorities.

Markova was a Hubert H. Humphrey fellow 2013-2014 at the Washington College of Law where she focused on advocacy and the protection of refugee rights. She has an LL.M. in International and European Law from the University of Amsterdam, an LL.M. from the New Bulgarian University, a master’s degree in European political and administrative studies from the College of Europe, Brugge and a master’s degree in English and American studies from the Sofia University St. Kliment of Ohrid.




Jordi Mas has a BA in Sociology and a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Barcelona. His main research interests are gender diversity and sexualities. He has carried out several researches on the pathologization and medicalization of transgender people, and violence and discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender expression. Presently he works as a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Department of Social Anthropology (UB).




Olga Jubany is Doctor by the London School of Economics and Political Science, currently Associate Professor and Serra Hunter Fellow at the Social Anthropology Department, Director of the European Social Research Unit, and coordinator of the research Group on Gender, Identity and Diversity at the University of Barcelona. She coordinates European projects for more than 10 years.

Olga Jubany is Editor of the Palgrave Macmillan series Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship. She has authored numerous publications on identity, social control, racism, gender and migration from an ethnographic perspective, adopting an intersectional approach.  Her current work focus on hate speech, LGBT-phobia, asylum and racism.




Lidia Serratusell has a BA in Psychology and coordinates the Master of Restorative Justice at the University of Barcelona. She is the Head of the Area of Reparation and Assistance to Victims of the Department of Justice of Catalonia. She coordinates the Victims Support Offices of Catalonia, and is in charge of monitoring and assessing the programmes implemented to assist the victims of crime by the Catalan Government. She has participated in several European projects on restorative justice.




Stefania Zanna graduated in Statistical Science at the University of Palermo in 1991 and she has a PhD in Territorial Analysis and a Master Course certificate in Economics and Management of Cultural Heritage achieved at the Tor Vergata University in Rome. Since 1992 she has been working in European Union project planning, management and coordination especially in the field of culture, tourism and territorial development, financed through European Programs or Structural Funds. She has achieved a wide experience of research in the field of territorial development and teaching mainly on Project Cycle Management and on European Funds. She has worked for different private and public bodies and founded the Association "La Linea della Palma". She has lived for long periods in England and in Spain, and she fluently speaks English and Spanish.




School of Law, Criminology and Government

University of Plymouth


Lesley was awarded her PhD in 2005 for her research looking at the extent to which victims’ needs were being met by the UK support agency ‘Victim Support’.  Since then Lesley has researched into the changing face of victim services in England and Wales, particularly in light of recent changes wherein Police and Crime Commissioners are now responsible for commissioning victim services at the local level.  Lesley’s research also includes work with vulnerable groups such as women offenders and injecting drug users.  Her teaching interests are around victims and victimology and research methods, and Lesley teaches on the Criminology undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.  As part of her teaching remit, Lesley takes the lead on Employability and so works with many local and regional criminal justice and related agencies in order to promote volunteering and employment opportunities for students.   Lesley is a member of the International Advisory Board for the current SupportVoC project.




etya Dobreva holds an LLM from Sofia University “St. Kliment of Ohrid’. For more than 12 years now she has been acting as the director of the Legal Aid Department in the (Bulgarian) National Bureau for Legal Aid.

Dobreva is in charge of supervising the provision of legal aid; drawing up guidelines and rules for the application of the Legal Aid Act to the legal aid authorities; preparing standard forms and making proposals for legislative amendments.

She took active part in the implementation of two pilot initiatives, the Legal Aid Helpline and Regional Counseling Centres for the provision of legal aid in selected cities (under a project funded by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism). In addition, she was involved in the implementation of a Council of Europe project for improving legal aid provision to vulnerable groups.

Dobreva has also participated in various seminars and training courses for improving legal aid for victims of crime, domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking in Poland, Sweden, Georgia, Lithuania, and Romania.