Maren Grytting

Project Assistant



Maren Grytting is an MA student at the Theory and Practice of Human Rights programme at the University of Oslo. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and International Relations from University of Bath, England, where she wrote her dissertation on Norway’s role in conflict resolution.

In addition to having worked as an intern at Amnesty International Norway, Maren has work experience from the Philippines, Uganda and Nepal. In Uganda, she worked with a local organisation for five months through FK Norway, which focused on education and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). During the spring of 2016, Maren spent six months as a trainee at the Norwegian Embassy in Kathmandu. While there, she completed a study on the Embassy’s human rights work and was involved in the grant management of the Embassy’s development portfolio.

At ILPI, Maren is an intern in the Public International Law and Human Rights programme area.

Focus Areas

  • Human Rights
  • Peace and Conflict
  • Transitional Justice

Countries & Regions

  • The Philippines
  • Nepal
  • Uganda
  • South and Southeast Asia


  • Norwegian (native)
  • English (fluent)
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