Noelia Martínez has been serving as the Citizens Rights Project Coordinator since June 2019, having previously worked as the CRP Outreach and Information Officer. She began her journey with the project as a volunteer and contractor before assuming her current role. As the Coordinator, Noelia’s responsibilities encompass overseeing the organization’s operations, as well as supervising and managing the project’s staff and contractors.
In addition to her work with the Citizens Rights Project, Noelia is a freelance journalist, translator, and activist. Her areas of expertise and passion revolve around citizens’ and workers’ rights, as well as migrant and gender issues. Ever since she moved to Edinburgh in 2006, she has actively engaged with the Spanish and migrant community in Scotland.
Committed to advancing gender equality, Noelia actively participates in grassroots movements such as the International Women’s Strike Edinburgh, GAMAG Europe, and the Association of Feminist Journalists of Castilla y León.
Furthermore, Noelia holds Level 1 accreditation from the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), which qualifies her to provide immigration support specifically related to the EU Settlement Scheme.