Charlotte Wara

Alumni Assistant
Sweden
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cmw@wmu.se
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MSc, International and European Relations, Linköping University
Masters, International Relations, University of Yaounde
BA, History, University of Buea
BA, Migration and Ethnic Relations, Malmö University

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Charlotte Wara is a humanitarian and migration specialist with degrees in International and European Relations, and History, and more than 5 years of experience working on refugee integration and migrant empowerment with governments and international organizations such as the UN.

Prior to joining WMU in 2019 as Alumni officer, she worked as a Gender Case Officer with the Swedish Migration Agency where she worked in close collaboration with the migration police, migration court, Court of Justice and foreign embassies on migrant and refugee issues.

She worked for UNHCR- Identity Management and Registration Section (IMRS), Copenhagen Denmark sponsored by the ERASMUS MONDUS in 2017 where she led UNHCR projects on political reporting, UNHCR interests to meet SDG19 and the goal of legal identity for all by 2030. She also spearheaded inter-agency protection meeting and liaison with governmental authorities.

She also worked as a professional trainee with the ministry of regional development in Sweden and as Drop-in with Lund International Citizen Hub (LISH) in 2015. Here, she supported the “ESS MAX IV, Cross BOARDER SCIENCE AND SOCIETY“. A Danish-Swedish-Norwegian project that aimed to amplify opportunities brought by the region through the construction of two excellent research facilities in Lund, Sweden: The European Spallation Source (ESS) and the MAX IV-laboratory, part of Lund University. The project, which was co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is the largest project in the history of the Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak programme.

Charlotte’S passion within the humanitarian sector, capacity building and advocacy enabled her to be shortlisted by the EU Commission DG ECHO for a two-week intensive training in Humanitarian Aids project in the Netherlands in 2019.Her interest and passion for human rights, gender issues and international development has left her always active within the non-profit sector with organizations like UN Malmö, The Swedish Red Cross, Save the Children, the hunger project and the International Women Associations, Sweden.

Charlotte Wara is a humanitarian and migration specialist with degrees in International and European Relations, and History, and more than 5 years of experience working on refugee integration and migrant empowerment with governments and international organizations such as the UN.

Prior to joining WMU in 2019 as Alumni officer, she worked as a Gender Case Officer with the Swedish Migration Agency where she worked in close collaboration with the migration police, migration court, Court of Justice and foreign embassies on migrant and refugee issues.

She worked for UNHCR- Identity Management and Registration Section (IMRS), Copenhagen Denmark sponsored by the ERASMUS MONDUS in 2017 where she led UNHCR projects on political reporting, UNHCR interests to meet SDG19 and the goal of legal identity for all by 2030. She also spearheaded inter-agency protection meeting and liaison with governmental authorities.

She also worked as a professional trainee with the ministry of regional development in Sweden and as Drop-in with Lund International Citizen Hub (LISH) in 2015. Here, she supported the “ESS MAX IV, Cross BOARDER SCIENCE AND SOCIETY“. A Danish-Swedish-Norwegian project that aimed to amplify opportunities brought by the region through the construction of two excellent research facilities in Lund, Sweden: The European Spallation Source (ESS) and the MAX IV-laboratory, part of Lund University. The project, which was co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is the largest project in the history of the Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak programme.

Charlotte’S passion within the humanitarian sector, capacity building and advocacy enabled her to be shortlisted by the EU Commission DG ECHO for a two-week intensive training in Humanitarian Aids project in the Netherlands in 2019.Her interest and passion for human rights, gender issues and international development has left her always active within the non-profit sector with organizations like UN Malmö, The Swedish Red Cross, Save the Children, the hunger project and the International Women Associations, Sweden.

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