About us

“For oppressed people, it is very important to know that they are not alone. Do not let anyone tell you that what you do is insignificant.” Desmond Tutu

Irídia is an association that works in Catalonia to defend human rights, primarily civil and political. We are committed to combining direct intervention in situations of violation of rights with the development of processes of political and social incidence whose objective is to promote changes in public policies; all this through a stable, sustainable and independent structure.


Board

President
  • Marta Valldaura Verdaguer
Secretary
  • David Fernández Fuertes
Treasurer
  • Alma Cortés Salgado
Spokesperson
  • Eva Labarta i Ferrer

Technical team

Management
  • Anaïs Franquesa Griso
  • Andrés Garcia Berrio
SAIDAVI
  • Marta Bolinches Chordà
  • Marta Valldaura Verdaguer
  • Elisenda Pradell Gejo
Right to protest
  • Laura Medina Ferreras
Psychosocial
  • Natàlia Abrego Cantalejo
  • Estel·la Salabarnada Roset
  • Lara Longares Hernández
Migration and racism
  • Laura Curell Mompo
Gender
  • Carla Vall i Duran
Prisons
  • Mireia Salazar Gabarró
  • Lorena Alemán Arostegui
Rights of detainees and remembrance
  • Sònia Olivella Saludes
Project management
  • Judith Erill Guixé
Communication and incidence
  • Valentina Lazo i Escudero
  • Ana Andrés Palau
Accounting and administration
  • Irene Garcia Terrades

Organizational chart

Irídia’s team comprises people with different professional backgrounds: lawyers, psychologists, journalists, political scientists and sociologists that provide expertise in the field of human rights protection. We combine paid technical work with voluntary and activist work

Membership meeting
Board
  • President
  • Vice-president
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Spokesperson
Management
Coordination
Plenary
  • Areas of work
  • Care space

Bylaws

The current bylaws of Iridia Association – Centre for the Defence of Human Rights, registered in the Register of Associations on October 19th 2018, are the attached registered Statutes.