María Lozano

Caceres (1975). Graduated in Law. Master in International Law, Foreign Trade and International Relations. She is an expert advisor to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). She was founder and director of the European Network of Associations of Victims of Terrorism, as well as leader of the working group on victims of terrorism for the Radicalization Awareness Network (RAN) of the European Commission. She has been the lead editor of the Handbook Good practices to Support Victims of Terrorism during the Criminal Process and the Manual Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Manual for Judicial training institutions in South Asia and South East Asia, for UNODC. She is co-author of True Believers. Sectarian Thought, Radicalization and Violence (2018) and The Narratives of Terrorism (2020).

Interview: Eduardo Mateo

Vitoria-Gasteiz (1977). He has a degree in Political Science and Administration from the University of the Basque Country. He is currently responsible for projects and communication at the Fernando Buesa Blanco Fundazioa Foundation. He obtained the VII Antonio Beristain Victimology Research Award with the work “The contribution of the associative and foundational movement to the visibility of the victims of terrorism”.

Eduardo Mateo

21 min.


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