Alyna is Advocacy Officer at PICUM, a network of more than 140 organisations working to advance the rights of undocumented migrants. Alyna contributes to PICUM’s policy and advocacy work in the areas of access to health care and access to justice for undocumented migrants by drafting position papers, engaging with key institutions and partners at the EU level, and supporting the efforts of PICUM’s grassroots members at the national level.
Before joining PICUM, Alyna was an associate at a global law firm in New York where she developed an extensive pro bono practice in the areas of criminal justice, immigration law and human rights. Her prior work experience includes a clerkship with Canada’s Federal Court, and work on ethics, genetics and access to medicines for the World Health Organization. Alyna holds a bachelor’s degree in human biology and ethics, a master’s degree in philosophy, and a degree in law from the University of Toronto.
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