Elín G. Einarsdóttir joined the Icelandic Human Rights Centre's staff in September 2015. Elín has a Bachelor degree in Buisness Law and she graduated with a Master degree in Law in February 2015.

Prior to joining the IHRC Elín was employed in the Ministry of Industries and Innovation.

Margrét Steinarsdóttir started as the Icelandic human Rights Centre's director in March 2010.

Margrét graduated with a law degree from the University of Iceland in 1993.

Prior to joining the IHRC she was employed as the Intercultural Centre‘s lawyer from 2004, and took over as the Centre‘s director in January 2009 until November that same year. Margrét has also worked for the Government Gazette (Lögbirtingablađiđ) as well as with the Law and Ministerial Gazette (Stjórnartíđindi), Director of Internal Revenue (Ríkisskattstjóri) and Data Protection Authority (Persónuvernd).

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