She has a passion for human rights and humanitarian law, justice and equality. Her main interests lie in migration, human trafficking, and protracted conflict. She also developed an interest in the intersection of technology and human rights.
At Trilateral she works as part of the Applied Research and Innovation team, where she contributes to ongoing projects and writing grant applications. Currently, she is working on the GEARING Roles project on gender equality as well as undertaking other research relating to human trafficking and modern slavery.
Olivia resides in Australia where she works on issues relating to youth homelessness and youth mental health for the University of Sydney.
Olivia has over four years’ experience in human rights having worked for various organisations including Amnesty International and the Council for At-Risk Academics (Cara) and worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Essex. At Amnesty, she was one of the first members of the Digital Verification Corps (DVC). She holds an LLM in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law from the University of Essex.
She speaks Italian, Spanish, French, Turkish and Arabic.