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By email: information(at) 

Media queries: +32 475 40 41 19


Office Address
Vestergade 14-16, 2nd floor,
1456 Copenhagen K, Denmark

Tel +45 32 64 17 00

Rasmus Alenius Boserup
Executive Director

Marit Flø Jørgensen
Programmes Director

Bjarke Kronborg
Finance Director & Head of Copenhagen Office

Joanna Dzieciołowska
Financial Controller

Giulia Del Grande
Executive Secretary

Troels Dalgaard
Senior Fundraising Coordinator

Frederik Johannisson Lund
Thematic Programmes Coordinator – Economic, Social & Cultural Rights

Laura Clough
Thematic Programmes Support Officer

Malwina Majewska
Admin-HR Support Officer

Liliana Olesen
Finance Trainee



Office Address
Rue des Comédiens 22, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Tel +32 2 540 86 47

Vincent Forest
Outreach Director & Head of Brussels Office

Paula Bula Galiano
Senior Financial Controller

Ekaterina Skoraya

Marie Picalausa
Senior Human Resources Coordinator

Sylvie Richir
Administrative Secretary

Sylvain Mossou
Head of Advocacy

Alvaro Lagresa Cruz
Advocacy Coordinator

Maxence Salendre
Head of Communication

Salem Abdi
Communication Coordinator

Amélie Tagu
Communication Support Officer

Lucía Alonso Pérez
Head of Middle East Programmes Unit

Bernardo Kaiser
Middle East Programme Coordinator

Selma Rekik
Middle East Programmes Support Officer

Anna Baratta
Middle East Programmes Support Officer

Sara Prestianni
Head of Thematic Programmes Unit

Elena Bizzi
Thematic Programme Coordinator – Migration & Asylum

Raquel Reyes i Raventós
Thematic Programme Coordinator – Women’s Rights & Gender Justice

Eva Baluganti
Thematic Programme Support Officer


Office Address
80 Rue Palestine, Lafayette 1002, Tunis 6

Tel +216 71 840782

Ramy Salhi
Director of North Africa Programmes

Lilia Rebai
Director of Dialogue Programmes

Houssem Cheikhrouhou
Financial Controller and Head of Tunis Office

Rania Chebbi
Head of Dialogue Tunisia

Slim Larbi
Senior Coordinator – Tunisia Accountability Programme

Novlene Miled
Coordinator – Tunisia Accountability Programme

Rania Ben Farhat
Save Project Coordinator

Jabeur Ouajah 
Head of Tunisia and Algeria Civil Society Programmes

Emna Elloumi
Support Officer Tunisia and Algeria Programmes

Zaineb Loukil
Coordinator Tunisia and Algeria Civil Society Programmes

Safa Dhaouadi
Coordinator Tunisia Dialogue Programmes

Yousra Boughdadi
Consultant – Morocco Dialogue Programme

Suleymen Ben Nasr
Communication Support Officer – Maghreb

Mahmoud Kaba
Support Officer Thematic Programmes

Rim Meddeb
Senior Coordinator Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning (PMEL)

Anouaar Mattai

EuroMed Rights Privacy Policy

To be fully compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), EuroMed Rights has updated its privacy policy, which applies to all visitors and users of our website, those receiving EuroMed Rights’ news and statements, and job or traineeship applicants.

Your privacy is very important to us, which is why we hereby describe in detail how we collect data, what we collect exactly, and how we use it. This policy also details how long we keep this data, and the reasons why we keep it. We want to be clear that we will never share your data with any other organisation, except with your explicit approval.

We would like to keep our good relation and continue providing you with the latest news, updates on our work, press releases, invitations and appeals.

If you wish so, you may unsubscribe at any time via the link that is included in the footer of each EuroMed Rights mailing. For more general information on how to unsubscribe on MailChimp, see:

We invite you to read the full GDPR-compliant privacy policy below, and if you still have any questions, please get in touch with us via [email protected]


EuroMed Rights is a regional NGO with its headquarters in Denmark, Vestergade 14-16, DK-1456, Copenhagen. The processing of personal data relating to this website is subject to Danish Law (Databeskyttelsesforordningen) and the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereafter referred to as: “GDPR”).

Privacy Policy Checklist

EuroMed Rights collects and processes personal data provided by you, and may obtain information identifying you, including email and IP addresses, for the purpose of communicating with you. This Privacy Policy explains what that information is and how we use it.

This policy contains information on the following topics:

  1. Definitions
  2. Information about your rights and privacy
  3. Information about protection of data
  4. What information we collect
  5. What happens if the Privacy Policy changes?
  6. Applicable law and competent authorities
  7. Contact Details

1. Definitions

The following definitions will help you understand our privacy policy:

  • ‘We’, ‘Our’, ‘Us’, refers to the EuroMed Rights as mentioned above.
  • ‘You’, ‘Your’ refers to a website visitor and receiver of EuroMed Rights information
  • ‘Personal data’ refers to any information that identifies you as an individual (directly or indirectly)
  • ‘Website’: refers to

2. Information about your rights and privacy

EuroMed Rights is committed to processing data in accordance with its responsibilities, including under the GDPR. This means that once you have provided us with your data, either actively or automatically, you have the right to:

  • request access to the personal data we keep about you and information about how the data was obtained;
  • request a rectification, erasure, or restriction of processing of your personal data, unless there is any legal objection;
  • restrict or object to processing of the data;
  • data portability (meaning to request your data to be transferred to another organisation in machine readable standard format);
  • file a complaint with a supervisory authority.

To exercise your rights, please contact us via [email protected]

3. Protection of data

Access to personal data is limited to EuroMed Rights’ internal use. We are committed to protect the security and confidentiality of your personal data. We use appropriate technical and organisational measures in such a manner that processing meets the requirements of national and EU laws and ensure the protection of your rights.

Hence, your personal data collected is safely stored in our database and only used for the purposes for which it is provided and/or to fulfil our legal or regulatory obligations.

We ensure that there are appropriate technical controls in place to protect your personal details. For example, our online forms are encrypted, and our network website and communications protected. We undertake regular reviews of who has access to information that we hold to ensure that your information is only accessible by appropriately trained staff and contractors.

EuroMed Rights takes all reasonable measures to protect against the unauthorised access, use, alteration or destruction of potentially personally-identifying information. However, although we make good faith efforts to store information we collect securely, we cannot guarantee the integrity and security of our network and systems, nor that our security measures will prevent third-party hackers from illegally obtaining this information.

If you have any questions about how we handle or protect your personal data, please contact us via [email protected] 

4. What information (including personal data) do we collect?

       a. Information about vacancy applications

When you apply to one of our vacancies or traineeships, all information contained in the application is stored on our email server as well as on back-up drives or similar devices and/or on paper for one year. The purpose of this is to enable us to reconstruct certain exchanges of information regarding your (possible future) (re)employment.

      b. External communication

When you send us an email to our Team, all (archived) information contained therein is stored on our email server(s) as well as on back-up drives or similar devices and/or on paper. The purpose of this is to enable us to reconstruct certain exchanges of information.

When you subscribe to the EuroMed Rights News on the website, we register your IP address. We will use the data to send you the EuroMed Rights news and statements. Only some employees at EuroMed Rights have access to the list of subscribers.

Our data processor stores the data provided by you. We do not disclose your data to others, and you can unsubscribe directly in each communication addressed to you via the MailChimp “unsubscribe” link. You can also write to [email protected] to have your data deleted.

Personal data for news exchange purpose

When you provide your personal data through personal contact or in any other way aimed at receiving news and information from EuroMed Rights, we add tags to your name to be able to address information of use to you, and to avoid forwarding information that is superfluous to you.

We keep your data until you inform us that they must be deleted. This can be done through [email protected]. Note that when you unsubscribe from our MailChimp list (see News above), you will not receive any news or information from us anymore.

The website and cookies

The website, database and mailing lists are hosted in a European approved cloud provider.

Our site uses plugins and cookies that may automatically record information. Cookies are small text files sent to your computer, mobile phone or other device, through your web browser, that our website uses to “remember” you when you return. The collected data is used to make the site more user-friendly and pleasant to utilise. This data can also be used for statistical measurement purposes, analysis of internet user behaviours or anonymised geolocation in order to personalise our offer and message to our users.

In order to provide all the requested resources when you browse our site, the computer you use will interact with a server that saves each operation in a file where the computer, mobile phone or other device used is identified by its IP address. This is how your browser transmits certain standard data, including the browser used and its features and the operating system of the computer, tablet or smartphone. Cookies may also be used by some parts of the site where we utilise third-party services – such as YouTube, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter – from which you have logged into our website. These cookies are managed by these external sites, and no personal data is shared between EuroMed Rights and its partners.

This data and in particular the IP address of the computer, mobile phone or other device used do not allow us to identify you by name. It is only used for internal purposes.

5. What happens if the Privacy Policy changes?

In case we change this Privacy Policy, all updates and amendments are effective immediately upon notice, which we may give by any means, including, but not limited to, by posting a revised version of this Privacy Policy or other notice on the website. We encourage you to review this Privacy Policy regularly to stay informed of any changes that may affect you. We take your continued use of the website signifies your continuing consent to be bound by this Privacy Policy.

6. Applicable law and competent authorities

Subject to the rules of international public and private law governing the user’s rights, the Danish law applies for the relations between EuroMed Rights and the user. The courts of Copenhagen shall have sole jurisdiction.

Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, every user shall have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular with Datatilsynet, Borgergade 28, 5; DK-1300, Kbh K; tel.: +; email: [email protected]

7. Contact details

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact us:
Phone: +32. 2.503.19.73
Email: [email protected]

This Privacy Policy was last updated on 9 October 2019.