Karina Levina is a human development professional working in the area of social protection with the UN FAO. She provides policy and programme support on the expansion of social protection coverage to the most vulnerable and marginalised population. Karina also has a proven record of working for human rights with such international organisations as UN OHCHR, UNESCO and OSCE/ODIHR. She also serves as one of the founding members of the International Network on Legal Assistance to Refugees (INLAR). Karina holds a BAs in International Relations and Law enhanced with MSc in Russian, Central and Eastern European studies from the University of Glasgow and Jagiellonian University of Krakow.
On September 15 2017, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) released “The Responsibility of States: Protection of Human Rights Defenders […]