Emma works and volunteers in charities supporting refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. She previously obtained a BA in Russian Studies from the University College London and an MPhil in Ukrainian Studies from the University of Cambridge, where her research focused on cultural responses to displacement in Ukraine. Emma is strongly motivated to build her career in human rights, with particular interests in forced migration and LGBTQIA+ rights. She is also interested in using her multidisciplinary background in the arts, politics, and East European area studies to find new ways to promote intercultural understanding across the UK, EU, and Eastern Partner countries.
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