Maren finished law school with a Master in International and European Law and completed an Advanced Master in International Relations and Diplomacy. She interned with the United Nations DPKO MONUSCO in New York and a local law firm in India specialized in the rights of indigenous people.
Before joining Microjustice, Maren worked as a lawyer in public law and immigration law (‘14 – ‘16) and with the Belgian government (’17 – ’19). She moved to Kenya with her family in 2019.
He feels glad to be able to use his professional skills to contribute to the work of an organization that helps the most vulnerable people to become legally empowered.
After working for several cultural institutions where she focused on marketing and public relations, she joined Microjustice4All in 2020, in order to improve its visibility in accordance to modern age marketing and distribution platforms. She will also be responsible for implementation of Microjustice4All legal programs in Jordan and Serbia.
Our team in Bolivia
Both experiences strengthened her passion to dedicate her career to providing legal assistance to the people that most need it.
Our team in Kenya
She is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
Hanne Wanjiru specialises in Real Estate, Securities and Corporate Commercial Law. Her expertise extends to all aspects of Real Estate including the representation of owners, developers and investors in the acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing and joint venture structuring of all property types including commercial, residential and mixed-use developments.
Her experience also includes advising clients on land use, planning due diligence and compliance matters involving properties throughout Kenya.
Hanne Wanjiru is exultant to be part of Microjustice as it is an opportunity to use her professional skills to contribute to the attainment of SDG16 in Kenya.
Our team in Serbia/Croatia
Predrag Jergić was born in Vukovar Croatia, and has a double citizenship: Croatian and Serbian. He joined Microjustice (when it was stilled called: International Alliances) in 2000 as facilitator in the field, working with the refugees in Serbia, providing legal and psychological assistance. In 2005 he returned to Vukovar to work as office manager on the cross-border program obtaining documents for refugees-helping directly thousands people. Since 2010 he is the head of program. This job makes him happy because it allows him to correct injustices that people have experienced due to the senseless war. His free time he spends in music - as leader of a small "tambura" orchestra.
Terezija Kovačević was born in Dalj, Croatia, and joined Microjustice (when it was called International Alliances) since the beginning of 1997. Her first job was as a domestic worker for a group of young humanitarians, which came to help us, people that survived a terrible war. With Microjustice’s help, she has learned to drive, to use the computer, to learn English, and she gained administrative skills. Soon she got her next job as data administrator, to document all refugees’ cases which Microjustice helped, and since 2010 she works as office manager in Vukovar in the Cross-Border Legal Rehabilitation Program. This job helped her a lot because it enabled her to help other people in need.