January 27, 2014
I always wanted to help people and I started to be interested in this area of law ever since, as an active member of the European Law Students' Association (during my studies), I participated in events strongly related to human rights, e.g. Law is Better than War: Means and Methods of War (organized by ELSA and Red Cross Committee) and organized different events, such as the Situation of Institutionalized Children conference. I hope to have a more clear view about the work Amnesty International does to help people and I also want to be a part of this international organization that fights for the human rights. I think it is important to fight for a cause, to help people, e.g. the Syrians living in the Istanbul camps who have no right to work and to whom the gates of UE have been closed and only a very small number would have the possibility to start a new life outside the conflict zones.
I am very interested in learning more about international human rights and the way one can put such regulations in practice for helping people in need all over the world. As an active member of ELSA, but also as a litigator lawyer, I developed strong communication skills, I am active in networking, very efficient in research and analysis, proficient and accurate,I am a proactive and initiator person, constantly looking for new solutions to a problem, I am aware of the cultural differences and I am keen to transform such into challenges.
Hey! I am Florina Pop, a Romanian lawyer currently living in Boxtel. I am passionate about human rights, art and live of artists, theatre and concerts, bicycling, kite flying, tango and fashion. I am also a volunteer in the Dutch Council for Refugees