Sebene is a political scientist focused on matters of immigration, citizenship, and social rights. She holds an MA in Public Policy (Development direction) from the Central European University, an M.Sc. in Environment and Development from the National Technical University of Athens, and a Bachelor’s degree in International and European Studies from the University of Piraeus. She currently works as a Policy Officer with a focus on social integration matters, in the Greek Non Governmental Organization HumanRights360. Before that, she did advocacy work around the right to citizenship/legal residence, on equal treatment, a get-out-the-vote campaign, and the monitoring of working and living conditions of migrant land workers in rural Greece. She is interested in issues of social inequality, racism, access to housing, as well as the exacerbating effects of climate change on a series of social issues.
Updated November 2021
More from Sebene Eshete
Amiirah and Sebene become Multitudes Foundation's Local Connectors
Senior Landecker Fellows Amiirah Salleh-Hoddin and Sebene Eshete are "local connectors" for the newly launched Multitudes Foundation.
Our Stories at Balkan Can Kino Film Symposium
Senior Landecker Fellow Sebene's Our Stories was featured at the Balkan Can Kino Film Symposium.
"Our Stories" in the News
Landecker Fellow Sebene Eshete's Action Project titled "Our Stories" is gaining recognition in the media.
"Our Stories" is live!
Landecker Fellow Sebene's Action Project is now live! Learn more about "Our Stories" by visiting their new website and following them on social media.
Understanding Past & Present Migration in Greece
Sebene’s Landecker Democracy Fellowship project aims to promote social cohesion and tackle xenophobia in Greece by fostering a public discussion about the importance of migration in our society and by giving more positive visibility to migrant communities.