Ana is an adviser at the Norwegian Helsinki Committee’s Centre for International Justice (CIJ). Her portfolio covers topics related to human rights, international public and criminal law as well as data privacy, documentation and project management.
Ana is a lawyer specialising in international law and human rights. She holds a Master’s degree in Public International Law from the University of Oslo and Bachelor of Legal Sciences (Hons) from the State University, Georgia.
Having grown up in a multicultural environment surrounded by internal tensions, Ana has always been interested in human rights, due diligence and states compliance with international legal obligations:
“Being a part of the NHC privileges and enables me to apply both well-established and new international methodologies into practice and facilitate the work aiming at benefitting society at large.”
Before joining the NHC and in addition to her roles within several commercial and non-governmental organisations, Ana was providing legal assistance on pro bono basis.
Ana speaks Georgian, English, Norwegian and Russian languages.