Marina Ilminska is an Associate Policy Officer at Open Society Justice Initiative, a technical assistance branch of the Open Society Foundations that strives to secure legal remedies for human rights abuses and promote effective enforcement of the rule of law. For the past ten years the primarily focus of her work revolves around pretrial justice reforms across the globe, including access to legal aid and pre-trial detention policies, with the special emphasis on designing improvements for daily operational practices of various justice sector actors and advocating for necessary legislative changes on the domestic and international arenas. Besides pre-trial justice, she has been working on topics of economic justice, international justice, transparency and accountability, and tracking of Agenda 2030/Sustainable Development Goals’ implementation and supporting relevant advocacy activities.
Ms. Ilminska holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy (International Public Policy and Fiscal Decentralization steams) and a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business and French Language and Literature.
Marina Ilminska will participate in the World Justice Forum working session Agenda 2030: Approaches to Nationalizing and Implementing Goal 16 and Access to Justice.