For more than 10 years, Nicole has worked for key humanitarian agencies as a child protection specialist based in the Middle East and Africa. She holds a MA in Social Development from the University of Sussex (UK) and is currently pursuing a part-time MA in documentary photography at the London College of Communication where she specialises in participatory photography with conflict affected children and youth.
Julia has over two decades of experience working in the areas of human rights, child protection and international policy and strategy. She was the founding director of the world’s leading NGO network on children and armed conflict, Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, and currently works as an independent consultant for UN agencies, NGOs, donors and others. Julia has a BA from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University in New York City.
Elana has over two decades of experience as a human rights educator and is the founder and Executive Director of Generation Human Rights. She designs innovative multi-disciplinary curricula for children, youth and teachers in schools, refugee settings and humanitarian emergencies in the US and abroad. Elana has a BA from Bryn Mawr College and a Masters in Historiography in Education from Antioch University.