Anna Júlia Donáth is a Hungarian MEP sitting in the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs as well as the Employment and Social Affairs Committees. She studied sociology at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, and migration and ethnic studies at the University of Amsterdam. After her studies, she worked in the civil sector in Hungary. A founding member of the Momentum Movement, she was vice-president of the party for two years. In 2018 during a protest, she was taken by the police and became a symbol of the fight for fundamental rights in Hungary. In the European Parliament, she focuses mainly on issues linked to the rule of law, non-discrimination, the integration of people with Romani backgrounds, shrinking civic space and media freedom.