Katerina Yordanova holds a degree in law from Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, a diploma in English and European law from the University of Cambridge and an LL.M in International and European law from KU Leuven. She has worked with the UNHCR and Amnesty International.
Her main interests lie in the field of refugee law, corporate social responsibility and humanitarian law. She has participated in numerous international conferences and moot court competitions and is an author of several publications on issues of European law and protection of refugees.
Katerina is the winner of the LIBRe Essay Contest 2017 with her paper ‘Applicability of International Humanitarian Law in the Context of Cyber-attack’. She joins the Foundation working on human rights protection issues and related aspects.
- Consulting on Protection of Human Rights for Development of a Business Model for A New Electronic Platform
- Your guide to Digital Defenders vs. Data Intruders – Privacy for kids! (Adaptation in Bulgarian)
- CONNECTOR - CompetitiOn law coNnects challeNges in digital markEts, intelleCtual properTy and air transpORt
- Leuven AI Law & Ethics Conference 2020, Leuven
- ‘What Should Europe Do To Embrace AI-Powered Manufacturing?’, Brussels
- 'European AI Strategies: Where Do Member States Stand, and Where are They Headed?' Discussion, Brussels
- 'What role can cyber norms play in improving accountability in cyberspace' Stakeholder Debate, Brussels
- AI Law & Ethics Conference, Leuven