Danielle Turkov Wilson serves as the EU Representative of Polar Research and Policy Initiative. She is also the Co-Director and Co-Founder of Think-Film Impact Production. She has prominently worked in the political/NGO sector as a policy advisor at the European Union on international relations amidst prominent international leaders and was instrumental in setting up AWARE (Alliance of Women Against Radicalisation and Extremism). Danielle’s extensive human rights and social justice experience as Founder and Director of Active International Consulting sparked her vision for change to reform the mediums that are used to empower socio-political progress. Danielle has also always been involved in the arts, having brought her personal artistic interests into the realm of political advocacy. Her primary human rights and social justice experience as Founder and Director of Active International Consulting has provided ample experience in the political/NGO sector. She currently works as a policy advisor for the European Parliament Intergroup on Freedom of Religion or Belief liaising with the European External Action Service, she was instrumental in setting-up the PRISM network, a UK & EU-wide consortium of think-tanks and universities researching into the causes and consequences of radicalisation. Danielle has further led Youth Interfaith Dialogue, a counter-violent radicalisation forum, and addressed the refugee crisis through the lens of design-thinking. It was the footwork of these projects which sparked her vision for change to reform the mediums that are used to empower socio-political progress, through Think-Film Impact Production. The mission has since been to develop a campaigning strategy to distribute and create social and political awareness which creates a lasting impact that goes beyond screening rooms and cinemas. Danielle views their films as visual policy briefs that not only make rational, fact-based claims but also propel emotional, lasting narratives. Recent credits include Associate Producer of the Oscar-shortlisted, Emmy-nominated film My Enemy, My Brother (2015) and its feature-length version My Enemy, My Brother (2017); the American film COMPLICIT (2017) set in China; Venezuelan-based film La Soledad (2016) and the South African film The Number (2017).