In 2011, Iverna joined Amnesty International’s European Institutions Office, as Director, she headed up the organisation’s work towards the European Union and the Council of Europe. She led her team through dealing with the EU’s response to major human rights crisis including the global refugee crisis and the situation in Myanmar, Central African Republic and Syria to name but a few. She sat on the Advisory Panel to the EU’s Agency on Fundamental Rights and served as a board member for Transparency International. In 2016 she accepted the European Civil Rights Prize on behalf of her team for their work on fight for equal access to education for Roma children. Last year she was listed as one of Politico’s TOP 20 WOMEN WHO INFLUENCE BRUSSELS.
She has acted as Amnesty International’s global spokesperson on EU and European Foreign Affairs for many years and is a frequent contributor to outlets such as CNN, BBC, EuroNews, and Reuters.
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