Nirvana Deliu

Nirvana has finished in 2012 her Bachelor Studies in Political Sciences, in Faculty of Social Sciences in Tirana and after that she has successfully completed in 2015 a Master of Science in Theory of Politics at the same University. In meantime she has conducted a Specializing Master on International Relations, at Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy throughout the year 2014. After turning back in Albania, she started an internship near Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for a period of 6 months, while she even published a scientific research with the collaboration of Centre of Excellence and Directory of Regional Affairs, focused on the topic of cooperation between Balkan countries during interwar period (1919-1939). At EMA, Nirvana as a policy researcher conducts everyday activities consisting of coordination of projects, assisting with research and analysis as well as preparing different policy papers and other relevant publications.  Her work at EMA is mostly focused on issues related to migration, legislation in this area, harmonization of the Albanian legal framework and development policies not only in Albania, but also in the region and the EU. Given that, many activities and initiatives she has been part and has contributed, have had as topics the field of human rights, regular and irregular migration, security and legislation, while she has also published articles and studies regarding these topics. Finally, Nirvana is part of the staff of the Albanian Law Journal, implemented by EMA as the only online journal distributed online in both languages, in Albanian and English. The issues that Nirvana is mostly involved are related to European Union matters, legal framework and the European integration process of Albania and that of the region. She speaks: Albanian, English and Italian, and she has basic knowledge of French.

Her contributions to ALJ: 

Issue 1 - European Union and Integration: Visa Suspsension Mechanism as a last resort to protect the Schengen Area

Issue 6 - Human Rights: Refugees and asylum seekers rights in Albania: A comparison with European Legislation

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