Moritz Konradi holds a “Diplom” (MA equivalent) in political science from the Free University of Berlin (Freie Universität Berlin) and an MA in Criminology and Police Science from the University of the Ruhr in Bochum (Ruhr Universität Bochum). For Efus, he follows developments on the topic of discrimination and bias-motivated violence as well as radicalisation and prevention of violent extremism. Prior to joining Efus in November 2016, Moritz was programme manager at a Berlin-based NGO specialised in victim support and crime prevention. He was also assistant lecturer on hate crime at the Berlin police school.
Pilar de la Torre holds a Masters degree in Population and Development Expertise from the Paris Descartes University. She also coursed one Masters year in Latin American Studies at the University of Sorbonne-Nouvelle III (Paris), as part of their Political Sciences course, and holds a degree in Economy from the Externado University of Bogotá (Colombia). For Efus, she is involved in projects on Social Media, Discriminatory Violence and Citizen Participation.