Eszter Kósa is a social worker and social policy expert who has been involved in various projects as a field worker, researcher and project manager. She has worked in Hungary, in the Balkans and also in crisis areas like Armenia and Eastern-Ukraine. Her main interests are social inclusion, combating poverty (with a special focus on child poverty), equal opportunities, human rights, civil society development and humanitarian aid. In the last three years, Eszter has been involved in emergency programmes to support refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs) in different countries. She has worked in the public and for-profit sectors, in the last few years at non-profit organizations like SOS Children’s Villages International. She has settled in Malta in 2018, and in her spare time she enjoys spending time with old friends and meeting new ones while cooking and eating great food from all kinds of cuisine.