When I walk along with two others, from at least one I will be able to learn.
Olga Dimyrow is a talent, digital inclusion, and digital transformation in forced displacement consultant. She was trained on refugee and migration law in 2004 at the Legal Clinic for Refugees and Migrants and volunteered there for the next 4 years. In 2010, she obtained her LLM in Human Rights Law from the Central European University. She has a cum laude postgraduate degree from FLACSO Buenos Aires and Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.
Since 2012, she has been working with UNHCR in Bulgaria, Hungary, and Malta, the International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL) in Sanremo, and the European Asylum Support Office on the Greek islands. Since 2014, Olga is a certified refugee law and internal displacement facilitator having completed numerous specialized training-the-trainers and knowledge-sharing programs including in instructional design. Olga Dimytrow has co-authored IIHL’s refugee law learning manual. In 2016, she was the Oxford University Forced Migration Centre’s flagship summer school adult learning methodology consultant. In 2020, she is one of the refugee and migration law trainers who facilitate sessions at FAR’s DEFEND: Building the capacity of a new generation of young refugee and migrants’ rights defenders, and in 2021 at FAR’s ACTION R: Informal capacity-building program for young advocacy practitioners in refugee and migration law projects. Since 2020, Olga’s professional focus is on information management and digital engagement.
Lanugages: Bulgarian, English, Spanish, French