My academic career began with being accepted to the Master of Law program at Lund University in Sweden. My interest in human rights led to receiving another Master’s degree in International Human Rights Law at Lund, which is organized in partnership with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and is one of the leading human rights graduate programs in the world.
Moreover, my career includes work experience in the public sector, working as an investigator at the Swedish Authority, as well as in the private sector working as a lawyer at a law firm in Copenhagen, Denmark.
I held a personal desire to move back to Armenia one day after having lived in Sweden from the age of four, in conjunction with having achieved a solid education and work experience. As an iGorts fellow, I am currently working at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Armenia. I hope to contribute to the development of the country as transparency, rule of law and equality are values I envision Armenia to be built upon.
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2021 iGorts participants' last excursion to Sevan and Dilijan
26 August 2022
As the 2021 iGorts program comes to an end, the Diaspora Armenian specialists that work for the state system had their last excursion in Sevan and Dilijan.Read More