Christos Iliadis holds a Doctorate in Philosophy from the Department of Government at the University of Essex in Discourse Analysis. He obtained his B.A. in Political Science and History from Panteion University (Athens) and his M.A. in Political Science from the University of Athens. Since 2013 he is elected to the board of the Hellenic League of Human Rights and he is also a deputy member of the Migrant Integration Council at the city of Athens. Since 2014 he is a member of the Hellenic School of Political Studies. Until April 2015, Christos was a post-doctoral researcher at Panteion, while during the last years he has taught International Relations at Essex (2009-2011) and worked in projects related to the training of the police and public officials in Greece on issues of integration of third countries’ nationals. His published work and his PhD thesis focus on human rights, integration and on the history of the Greek minority policies. Currently Christos is working as an advisor for the vice-chair of the Standing Committee on National Defence and Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Parliament. He is also a trainer-facilitator for the Council of Europe in ROMED 2, a project targeting Roma integration.