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Marina Grama
Programme Assistant
Marina Grama is a Programme Assistant in the European Diversity and Migration programme at the European Policy Centre.

Before joining the EPC, Marina was completing a master’s programme in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action at Sciences Po Paris, concentrating primarily on migration law and practices, with a regional focus on the Middle East and North Africa region. As part of her master’s programme, she also pursued an internship in research, advocacy and accountability with the human rights organisation Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) based in London.

She also volunteered with Sciences Po Refugee Help (SPRH) in providing material and procedural support to migrants and asylum seekers in Paris. Prior to that, she completed a bachelor’s degree in Political Science: International Relations and Organisations, also following an Honours College track in Tackling Global Challenges.

Her bachelor’s research was focused on the role of diaspora in shaping national identity narratives and discourse, with a focus on Lebanese communities. Alongside my bachelor’s, she worked as a Programmes Associate at the Lutfia Rabbani Foundation based in the Hague.

PROGRAM

European Migration and Diversity

PROJECT

Areas of expertise

International human rights law and mechanisms, migration and refugee law, migration governance and institutions in the MENA region, humanitarian action and borderwork

Current positions

Programme Assistant

Education

Leiden University – BSc Political Science: International Relations and Organisations
Sciences Po Paris – MA in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action, with a specialisation in Migration and the Middle East

Languages

English, Maltese, French, Italian (intermediate)

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