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Natasha Dobreva

Lawyer, Sofia (Bulgaria)

Natasha Dobreva

Natasha Dobreva is a human rights lawyer. In 2013, together with the Animus Association Foundation (Bulgaria) she initiated the establishment of a Bulgarian network of lawyers to represent pro bono trafficked persons seeking compensation and remedies. Ms Dobreva graduated the Women’ s Human Rights Training Institute (2007-2009). The Institute provides education and training for lawyers from Eastern Europe aimed at acquiring knowledge and litigation skills on the issues of violence against women, reproductive rights and employment discrimination. After graduation, Ms Dobreva became a trainer at the Institute, specializing in anti-trafficking issues, and a facilitator in moot court sessions (ECtHR and CEDAW).

Ms. Dobreva has a 10-years experience in the field of international human rights law. Her work as an attorney includes representation of victims of human rights violations before international tribunals - European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg), UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (Geneva). She writes applications against the Governments of Bulgaria, Macedonia and Russia. Notable cases: S.Z. v. Bulgaria (ECtHR); Myumyun v. Bulgaria (ECtHR). In 2016 Ms. Dobreva founded a specialized law office on international human rights law - Law Office "Dobreva&Zamtikov" based in Bulgaria. On national level, Ms Dobreva is specializing in compensation for damages caused by the State; medical negligence; gender reassignment;compensation for damages caused by crime perpetrators (homicide, rape, ill-treatment, human trafficking).



Report of AGORA International Internet Freedom 2016: On a War Footing 20.02.2017 This report overviews the restrictions on Internet freedom in Russia and was compiled on the basis of regular monitoring of the situation conducted in 2016.

INCLO. Report 'Surveillance and Democracy' 31.10.2016 INCLO presents annual report 'Surveillance and Democracy: Chilling tales from around the world'

Agora presents annual report 'Internet Freedom 2015: Triumph of Censorship' 16.03.2016 The present report, which sets out an overview of the restrictions imposed on freedom of Internet in Russia, has been compiled on the basis of the ongoing monitoring of the events and developments that occurred during 2015. It comprises two main sections – the first containing the author’s appraisal of the freedom of Internet and the second – a description of the results of the monitoring along with certain telling examples.

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