Nina Engibaryan holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a Master’s degree in Advanced European and International Studies. Her professional background focuses on national minorities and migrant integration and protection issues. She is particularly interested in the EU-EaP human rights dialogue dimension, cultural diversity management, and conflict studies.
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