Linnéa is a programme assistant at the RWI and has been with the Institute since 2015 in a number of capacities. In her current capacity, she works with the Institute’s Regional Asia programme as well as our direct engagement projects.
A human rights lawyer by training, with an LLM in International Human Rights Law from Lund University, Linnéa also holds an LLB (First Class Honours) in English Law from the University of Dundee. During her legal studies she also spent time at Leiden University, where she primarily studied international and regional law. Throughout her studies she was also actively involved in the national branches of Oxfam and Amnesty International.
- Academic paper: ‘Preventing a Second Atlantis: Facilitating Enjoyment of Water in an Era of Climate Change Impacts’ (2017) Lund University.
- To be published: Linnéa is in cooperation with Gabriella Fredriksson working on following article: ’LGBTI and Human Rights in Sweden’ in RWI Background Papers to Bilateral Human Rights Dialogue Between Cambodia and Sweden, 2017.
Linnea is currently working with the RWI’s Regional Asia programme with two desk studies on climate change and human rights.