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Miss Alina Kislova

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Professional biography

Alina Kislova is an education and training specialist focusing on human development and empowerment and a scholar in legal education. In 2015 she obtained a Law Degree and in 2018 - an International Master in Adult Education for Social Change from the following institutions: University of Glasgow, University of Malta, Open University of Cyprus and Tallinn University. Alina was a visiting researcher at the University of Strathclyde Mediation Clinic (UK, Scotland), the Law Clinic at the University of Malta (Malta) and at the School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University (UK, Wales); at every location she conducted an empirical research in the area of clinical legal education.

On top of Alina's research experience within the academic sector, she has also worked for the Delegation of the European Union to the Russian Federation, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (Switzerland), and the International Committee of the Red Cross. Her area of professional engagement and contribution has been linked to a full cycle development of in-person, online and blended learning programmes, monitoring and evaluation programmes within academic, humanitarian and business contexts.  

For the last six years, Miss Kislova successfully secured academic and research funding from the following institutions: The Federal Agency for Civic Education (Germany), European Commission (Belgium), The National Institute for Digital Learning (NIDL) at Dublin City University (Ireland), Center of Law and Society at Cardiff University (Wales), The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum (Germany), Global Alliance for Justice Education (USA), European Network for Clinical Legal Education (Italy).

Research interests

Current PhD project: Clinical legal education as an instrument for student social mobility