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Olivia Sundberg Diez
Junior Policy Analyst
Olivia Sundberg Diez is a Junior Policy Analyst for the European Migration and Diversity Programme. Her work has primarily focused on the human rights implications of EU policy concerning irregular migration, particularly return and readmission practices.

Olivia graduated summa cum laude with an MA in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action at Sciences Po (Paris), specialising in European studies and migration. She also holds a first class BA in Philosophy from University College London. She has previously worked as a Programme Director at the educational charity Debate Mate, at a range of UK think tanks including Reform and the Centre for Social Justice, as a consultant for the European Council on Foreign Relations, and as a communication and public speaking coach across Europe, Latin America and Asia.

PROGRAMME

European Migration and Diversity

PROJECTs

Areas of expertise

Return and Readmission, External dimension of EU migration policy, Integration, Common European Asylum System

Current positions

Junior Policy Analyst

Education

Master in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action, Summa Cum Laude, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po, Paris

BA in Philosophy, First Class (Hons), University College London

Languages

Spanish, English, French, Swedish (intermediate)

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Publications

Migration / PUBLICATION
EPIM Policy Update October 2019
By Katharina Bamberg , Olivia Sundberg Diez - 15/10/2019
Integration / DISCUSSION PAPER
Integrating refugees into the labour market: How can the EU better support employers?
By Connecting Europe Claire Dhéret , Olivia Sundberg Diez - 21/02/2019
Migration / PUBLICATION
EPIM Policy Update December 2018
By Frank Mc Namara , Katharina Bamberg , Olivia Sundberg Diez - 18/12/2018
Migration / PUBLICATION
EPIM Policy Update October 2018
By - 25/10/2018


Contributions

Asylum / WORKSHOP
Current trends in the area of asylum
Olivia Sundberg Diez participated in the European Asylum Support Office (EASO)’s workshop on ‘Current trends in the area of asylum and related analytical interests’, organised by EASO’s Information Analysis Sector together with the EASO Consultative Forum. The workshop contributed to the 2019 Annual Report on the Situation of Asylum in the European Union.

09 October 2019 - ,
European Asylum Support Office (EASO)


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