Dr. Mila Mancheva
Ph.D. in History, Central European University, Budapest
M.A. in History, Sofia University
Mila Mancheva is presently working at the Asylum Support Unit of EASO. Previously she was Director of CSD’s Sociological Program. In the period 2001-2005 she worked for the Sofia Mission of the International Organization for Migration in the spheres of counter-trafficking, border management and migrant rights. She was also Alexander von Humboldt Fellow in migration studies at the Institute for East European Studies, Free University, Berlin (2005-2006). Mila Mancheva received her Ph.D. in history from the Central European University in Budapest. Her main areas of research include migration, asylum and integration, inter-ethnic relations and radicalization. Over the past 15 years she has co-ordinated and participated in more than 20 projects funded by DG-Just, DG-Home (Migration and Home Affairs) and DG-Research and Innovation.
Mila Mancheva is member of the European Expert Network on Terrorism Issues (EENeT).