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Katharina Bamberg
Katharina Bamberg
Junior Policy Analyst
Tel:  +32 (0)2 714.21.63
Twitter: @KatBamberg

Katharina Bamberg is a Junior Policy Analyst for the European Migration and Diversity Programme. She holds an MSc in Global Migration from University College London, specializing in the role of gender and identity in forced migration. Before joining the EPC, Katharina worked as Research and Communications Assistant for the Odysseus Academic Network.

Internal Responsibilities

Supporting the European Migration and Diversity Programme

Area of expertise

Gender and Identity in Forced Migration, EU asylum policies, EU external dimension in migration policy


German, English, Spanish, French (Basic), Arabic (Basic)

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Public appearances and Acknowledgments

EU migration and asylum policy
2 April 2018

The EPIM February Policy Update co-written by Katharina Bamberg, Marta Llonch and Marie De Somer was included in the Euro-Mediterranean Review n.13 published by the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed).

Mid-term review of the European Agenda on Migration
19 July 2017

On 19 July 2017, Marco Funk and Katharina Bamberg participated in a stakeholder consultation organised by the European Commission on the mid-term review of the European Agenda on Migration. The consultation gathered representatives of think tanks, academia, NGOs and international organisations in order to evaluate EU actions to date and to provide policy recommendations for the second half of the Juncker Commission’s term.

EPC welcomes students from the University of Navarra
24 May 2017

Katharina Bamberg with Francesca Fabbri welcomed a group of students from the University of Navarra to the EPC, on 23 May. In addition to speaking about EPC’s projects in foreign policy, the discussion focused on the EU’s attempts to tackle the root causes of migration and how development aid and migration management are increasingly interlinked.