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Mariann

Haugerd Hafredal
Nationality: Norwegian | Date of Birth: 24 August 1982
129 Boulevard Saint Michel, 75005 Paris, France
mariann.hafredal@gmail.com | +33 (0) 785378688
Education
University of London International Programmes (Queen Mary and UCL Nov 2015-May 2017
LLM specialization in Human Rights Law.

Fordham University New York, USA June-July 2013
International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance; multidisciplinary course for humanitarian aid professionals

University of London - School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) Sept 2008-Sept 2009
Master of Science (merit) in Development Studies; specialization in African Politics, Political Economy and
Development Theories; dissertation on migration and development focusing on African diaspora in Europe

University of Troms, Norway Aug 2003-Dec 2006
Bachelor of Arts, Social Sciences: courses in social anthropology and political science (incl. one year exchange
with Universit de Nantes, France faculty of Social Sciences)

Training courses
EU Law and Policy on Immigration and Asylum, Universit Libre de Bruxelles June-July 2014
Summer course organized by the Rseau Oddysseus network introducing a comprehensive understanding of
EU immigration and asylum policies as well as the EU aquis

Refugee Status Determination (RSD) Learning Programme, UNHCR May 2014-Dec 2014
RSD programme (incl. interview training, credibility and legal analysis of inclusion and exclusion assessments)

Protection Learning Programme, UNHCR Sept 2012-Feb 2013


Induction programme (self-study, workshop and individual project) to the various aspects of UNHCRs
protection work (incl. human rights and refugee law, the result-based framework, protection risk assessments,
the rights-based approach, AGDM and special needs categories, monitoring and evaluation)

International Course in Forced Migration, University of Oxford July 2012
Summer programme focusing on the conceptualization of forced migration and critical thinking (incl. courses
on international refugee-and human rights law, statelessness, IDPs, trafficking)

Work experience
La Cimade and Association Chretien Contre la Torture (ACAT) Sept 2016 present
Volunteer, Paris France
Provide legal and administrative assistance to asylum-seekers and refugees (drafting asylum applications,
appeals, expulsions etc.).

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Sept 2013-Nov 2015
Associate Protection Officer (JPO), Bureau for Europe, Geneva, Switzerland
Provide legal and policy advice on a range of protection issues to UNHCR country offices in Eastern and
South Eastern Europe, including advise on national legislation related to UNHCRs persons of concern, advice
on complex individual asylum cases related to exclusion or cancellation, advise on the use of judicial
engagement (incl. litigation) to respond to protection concerns.
Review and advice on UNHCR published documentation related to various protection concerns in Europe,
including Country of Asylum Papers, thematic guidelines, and Standard Operational Procedures (SOP) for
internal and external use. Ensure language coherency and alignment with UNHCR doctrinal guidance.
Provide assistance on protection issues related to the emergency in Ukraine, including draft and review of
internal and external updates (incl. eligibility guidelines on Ukraine), organization of task force meetings.

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Sept 2011-Sept 2013
Associate Protection Officer (JPO), sub-office Kassala, Sudan

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Supervision of a protection unit (6 national staff), reporting to the Senior Protection Officer. Management of
the unit; ensure division of responsibilities, development of annual protection strategies, budget allocation,
responsibility for implementation of activities. Ensure coordination with stakeholders, incl. daily contact
with governmental counter parts, NGO partners, and persons of concern to enhance their mobilization.
Capacity building of the judiciary, law enforcement and asylum authorities, on asylum law and asylum
related issues, incl. round-tables, workshops, and on-the-job training.
Supervision of a national NGO responsible for providing legal assistance to persons of concern, incl. ensure
access to legal aid, follow up on cases of refoulement (deportation) and other human rights violations (SGBV,
trafficking), organize information sessions in the camps to raise awareness of rights.

UDI: Norwegian Directorate of Immigration Dec 2010Aug 2011
Senior Executive Officer, Expulsion unit, Oslo, Norway
Case management expulsion, first instance assessments and treatment of appeals.

UDI: Norwegian Directorate of Immigration Dec 2009Dec 2010
Senior Executive Officer, Asylum Section, Oslo, Norway
Case management of asylum claims, incl. asylum interviews, first instance decision making and treatment of
appeals. Caseload Africa (48 countries).

Norwegian Organisation for Asylum Seekers (NOAS) Oct 2009-Dec 2009
Consultant, Oslo Norway
Organise introduction sessions for newly arrived asylum seekers, provide legal counseling on procedures.

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Nov 2007-June 2008
Internship, Rabat, Morocco
Registration and introduction sessions for new asylum seekers (legal aid).
Assist child protection officer with implementation of best interest determination assessments of
Unaccompanied and Seperated Children, carry out home visits and family tracing procedures.

The Royal Norwegian Embassy Feb 2007-Aug 2007
Internship, Rabat, Morocco
Assist the section of political affaris, draft various situation reports and assist with consular affairs.

Norwegian Peoples Aid Jan 2004-Apr 2004
Volunteer, Kigali, Rwanda
Assist a local NGO preparing an educational programme focusing on prevention of HIV.

Memberships/Volunteering

Student member, University of London International Academy Feb 2016-present
Postgrad member of the Student Voice Group: comment and provide student perspectives on issues referred by
Committees or directorates of the International Academy. Participate in MOOC reviews and the Assessment
Offenses Committee (consider cases of students subject to an allegation of assessment offence). Postgrad
member of the Inclusive Practice Panel: focusing on enhancing the situation of students with disabilities.

Peer Support Network, Staff Welfare, UNHCR 2012 - 2015
Member of the peer support network (UNHCR Staff Welfare): offer support to colleagues in dealing with
personal and work related concerns. Training on trauma, work related stress and staff wellbeing, interpersonal
relations and (sexual) harassment.

Protection From Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), Ethics Office, UNHCR 2014-2015
Alternate focal point for PSEA at the Bureau for Europe: ensure information sharing and reporting of incidents.

Skills and interests
Languages: Norwegian (native), English (fluent), French (fluent), Swedish (intermediary)
Professional interests: migration and displacement, community development and mobility, international
human rights and refugee law, international relations.