ENIL Youth Network team is currently represented by:

Dilyana Deneva – 27-years-old, from Bulgaria; She graduated with BSc in Psychology from the Open University in 2014. Dilyana currently works for ENIL as South Regional Team Coordinator and Coordinator of the ENIL Youth Network. She has been a participant in the 2012 study session, as well as member of the programming team in the 2014 study session.

Zara Todd – 28-years-old, from the United Kingdom; Zara is a youth participation and empowerment specialist currently working with a number of non-governmental organisations, including several disabled people’s organisations – for example, the Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE). She is a member of the British Council’s Disability Advisory Panel and has previously advised the UK government and European institutions on disability issues.

Agnes Fazekas – 25-years-old, from Hungary; Agnes is currently enrolled in the Social Policy Master Programme at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest Hungary. In 2011, she was involved in the Exchangeability Project and represented Hungary as the Exchangeability Ambassador.

Aleksandra Surla – 28-years-old, from Slovenia; Aleksandra has been extensively engaged in the independent living movement in Slovenia with the YHD organisation. In 2014, she participated in the ENIL study session in Strasbourg.

Miro Griffiths – 25-years-old, from the United Kingdom; Miro is a PhD student and teaching assistant at Liverpool John Moores University. He is also an adviser on disability rights for the UK Department of Health, various national charities and the British Council.

Gatis Caunitis – 25-years-old, from Latvia; Gatis took part in the hate crime workshop organised by ENIL and OSCE in Dublin in May 2012. Gatis was one of the participants in the October 2012 study session

Rados Keravica – 28-years-old, from Serbia; Rados holds an MA from the University of Novi Sad, Faculty for Economics. In 2011, he joined the Center for Society Orientation in Belgrade and Disability Rights Promotion International as a Regional Officer for Europe.

All team members are volunteers and have been selected according to their readiness to contribute to ENIL Youth Network with their knowledge, experience and commitment to the independent living movement. Anybody interested in helping us in some way is encouraged to contact us by sending an email to