I don’t like injustice
M. Eng Igor Dužda was born on 9 April 1968 in Veľký Šariš (district Prešov, Slovakia). He completed his primary education here. Since he achieved very good results in Mathematics, he continued at Secondary Technical School of Mechanical Engineering in Prešov where he graduated with high-school leaving diploma in 1987. Thereafter he continued at Department of Instrumental Engineering at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Technical University in Košice. After graduation in 1992 he worked as the first news presenter in the Roma newsroom, section of broadcasting for minorities at The Slovak Radio where he worked until 2009. In years 1992 - 1995 he worked at The Slovak Television where he assisted in producing a Roma programme Romale. He has been involved in various projects within the non-governmental sector. His primary interest is to help and defend the rights of socially disadvantaged groups; mostly the rights of socially excluded members of Roma minority and Roma children. Recently he initiated a petition committee for defense of tenants in ‘Old brick factory’ a Prešov neighborhood. He worked with Slovak Helsinki Committee, Pro Humanitas Foundation, Institute for Public Affairs, Center for Civil and Human Rights and many other. Since 2014 he has held various positions withing the Office of Employment where his primary focus is working with unemployed Romas. In 2015 he shortly worked as an education assistants in a primary school in Prešov.