Oleena Chaudhuri, born in 1996, holds a double degree in Public Policy and Human Development (M.Sc.) from UNU-MERIT/Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, in The Netherlands. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and an Undergraduate Diploma in Human Rights and Duties from St. Xavier’s University, Kolkata, India. She did her schooling from La Martiniere in Kolkata, India. A supporter of Human Rights she has previously been associated with an NGO – Durbaar Mahila Samanwaya Committee which looks after sex workers in Asia’s second largest red-light area in the city of Kolkata, in India, providing policy recommendations and carrying out field research for improving health and safety facilities for sex workers. She carried out a qualitative study in her Master’s Thesis on the LGBT community and derived two original strategies for increasing their social acceptance. Her paperwork includes Chaudhuri, O. (2018) "God as a Political Weapon". Vol 1. 2018. pp. 38-46. MPJ. which talks about policy issues that occur when religion and politics are mixed, highlighting a case from India. A pastime poet, her academic interests lie in world politics, global affairs, trade law, analyzing vulnerable groups and providing policy recommendations for the same. Currently an intern for Politheor in the field of Human Rights and Migration, she is also working as the Special Correspondent to India at Frank Creations, a non-profit management organization in the Hague, The Netherlands which looks into geopolitical issues.