An anniversary conference of the Irish NGO delves into the limitations of civil society freedoms that affect humanitarian work around the world and how to address them.
Arancha Martínez Fernández is the founder of the NGOs It will be and ComGo. She is a social entrepreneur with 12 years of experience in the field of international cooperation, whose purpose is to contribute to ending poverty and inequality through technological innovation and what she defines as «efficient solidarity».
Marta Ibero Dolla’s career in NGOs began to make sense when she realised the transformative power of human rights in the lives of individuals and communities. And her passion for Latin America is so strong that she became a visiting professional at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. She has more than 20 years of experience in advocacy and Latin America in the NGO sector and is currently working in Brussels leading an NGO advocacy network with the European Union. She is executive director at EU-LAC network.