Miltos Pavlou is a member of the Agency’s Roma and Migrant Integration sector. His areas of expertise with respect to the FRA’s work include: social inclusion and integration of migrants and minorities, hate crime and extremism, racism and discrimination, migrant integration, asylum and migration policy, Roma and Travelers, rights of LGBT persons, equality and social cohesion policies, social surveys and qualitative research.
Before joining the FRA he was Senior Investigator at the Greek Ombudsman Office and a socio-legal researcher and analyst, with several publications on migrant integration, migration policies, hate crime, racism and discrimination. He has led and implemented multi-national research and advocacy initiatives combating racism, xenophobia and intolerance, as well as heading i-RED and the RED Early Warning System to combat racism and xenophobia and monitor extremism. He has also worked as advisor and programme manager for institution building projects in Europe and Central Asia in cooperation with EU bodies and the Council of Europe.
He holds a masters in law, and is co-editor and author of a number of important collective volumes and research publications on immigration, racism and discrimination in Greece and Europe.