Katalin Monostori – social politician, sign language interpreter.
Her aim is to help persons with disabilities in all areas of life to have equal access.
2005 – MA degree in Social Policy from the Department of Social Sciences, Eötvös Lorand University.
She has been working for the Equal Chances Foundation for 18 years; she worked there during her university internship and later as a social care worker. She has been leading the department Day-care for persons with disabilities since 2005.
She has been holding Playback theatre therapy groups since 2009. She has been using the methods of the Playback Theatre that helps persons with disabilities to process the joys and sorrows of their daily lives.
She has been teaching social care workers and therapists working in the social field for easy-to-read communication methods and procedures related to deinstitutionalisation within the framework of the Hand inHand Foundation and the National Centre for Disability Issues and Social Policysince 2012.
She has been teaching social policy, law, social knowledge and social ethics in social care workers trainings since 2016.
She has also been working as a freelance sign language interpreter since 2017. Her aim is to ensure equal access for people with hearing impairments in all areas of life.