Ivana Radačić (1977) earned her Ph. D. in Law (Human Rights) in 2008 from University College London, and master degree in criminology at Cambridge. She works as Research Associate in the field of Gender Studies at the Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences. Her research interests are feminism and human rights, in particular human rights aspects of legal regulations of gender and sexuality. She works with a number of non-governmental organizations in the field of human rights education and strategic litigation and is a member of the Council of Europe's Human Rights. She has published over 20 articles in top scientific journals, contributed to two books and authored two books (one is co-authored).
She is the author of a study Seksualno nasilje. Mitovi, stereotipi i pravni sustav (2014), and aditor of various studies, for example Ljudska prava žena : razvoj na međunarodnoj i nacionalnoj razini 30 godina nakon usvajanja Konvencije UN-a o uklanjanju svih oblika diskriminacije žena (with Jelka Vince Pallua, 2011) and Prostitution in Croatia and Slovenia: sex workers' experiences (with Mojca Pajnik, 2017).