- Programme manager for children’s rights at the European Commission Delegation in Romania
- Head of the National Authority for the Protection of Children’s Rights in Romania
- Researcher at the Rees Centre, Department of Education, University of Oxford, evaluating projects funded by the Department of Education Innovation Programme, University of Oxford
- Postgraduate studies at University of Oxford (PhD in Social Sciences and Masters in International Human Rights Law)
Since 2020 I have been working as independent researcher in human rights and education
- Life Course Perspectives of Romanian Born Care Leavers and Adoptees presented at the Society for Longitudinal Studies and Life Courses, University of Potsdam (2019)
- Lifelong Links, Preliminary findings, the Fostering Network & APFEL conference, Edinburgh, (2019)
- Framing the Quality of Care in Different Types of Placement: Suggesting a Common Approach, presented at the 2018 EUSARF Congress (European Scientific Association on Residential & Family Care for Children and Adolescents), University of Porto (2018)
- ‘What Was It Like? Moving in and Between Care Placements, presented at the 9th International Foster Care Research Network Conference - Université Paris Nanterre, Paris (2017)
- What Matters to Children? Experiences of Care from Different Types of Placement in Romania presented at the 5th children’s rights research symposium: conversations between children’s rights and childhood studies, University of Geneva (2017)
- Transitions to Adulthood from Different Types of Care, presented at the 2016 EUSARF Congress, University of Oviedo (2016)
- 'Conceptualizing care in children's social services', oRANGE Lab. Oxford Risk and Resilience, Genes & Environment Research (2021)
- ‘Reforming child protection: how do we know that we have got it right?’, University College London, Sociology of Childhood course (2019 and 2020)
- 'How to Choose a Theory: the role of theoretical frameworks in qualitative research', for The Qualitative Research Hub, Department of Education, Oxford University (2018)
- Janusz Korczack’s literature and children’s rights vision, Bonavero Human Rights Institute, Oxford Fiction and Human Rights Network.
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