Alexander Pollak currently works as SOS Mitmensch‘s spokesperson. At SOS Mitmensch he is also partially responsible for the general management of the association and has been heavily involved in campaigning for equal rights and opportunities, with, for example, the Wiener Pass Egal campaign, which looks to increase awareness of the political exclusion of migrants. Alexander studied commerce and applied linguistics in Vienna and originally worked on radio projects, winning the Austrian Colleges of Further Education’s radio prize for adult education on three occasions between 2005 and 2013. Before working for SOS Mitmensch, Alexander also worked for the European Union’s Agency for Fundamental Human Rights from 2005-2011.
Information valid as of Autumn 2015.