Kristina Lazebna holds a Master’s Degree in International and European Law from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.
Recently, she worked as a Parliamentary Assistant at the French National Assembly, where focused on migrants’ rights in the EU, the transposition of EU law and foreign affairs.
Prior to this, Kristina served as a Project Officer at the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy in Budapest, where she gained experience in drafting project proposals for grants, organising diplomatic conferences, such as “Security and Defence in the 21st century”, implementing projects in the fields of education, diplomacy and culture. She also established the NGO “Social Unity and International Relations “Kristal” in Kyiv, promoting social inclusion and youth activism.
Additionally, Kristina serves as a Board Member at the International Center for Ukrainian Victory, contributing to the strengthening of international cooperation between Ukraine, the EU and countries worldwide.
Kristina is committed to contributing to the development of policies that promote a more united, secure, cohesive and inclusive future for Europe.
She is a native Ukrainian and Russian speaker, fluent in English and has intermediate knowledge of French.