Research and Development Manager
Fiorina Jaso has over 6 years of work experience in the field of international development and human rights, spanning UK, Tanzania, Malaysia, and Vietnam. She has graduated from University of Oxford with a Master’s degree in Migration Studies, International Development and she holds a BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE) from University of Manchester in the UK. Her research focuses on politics of development, migration and EU foreign policy, and gender issues. Fiorina has worked in the nonprofit sector in Tanzania, where she has set up and managed projects aimed at providing education access for low-income Tanzanian youth. During her work at Amnesty International in Malaysia, Fiorina has been engaged in human rights monitoring and advocacy with a focus on death penalty laws, LGBTQ rights, torture in detention centers, and freedom of expression in the Southeast Asian region. She joined the AADF in November 2019.