Emilia Małys-Zaremba graduated from the University of Wrocław with a master's degree in law (specialization: Public International Law). Subsequently, she completed a Human Rights School of Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Warsaw and extra courses on monitoring and education of human rights.
Emilia has eighteen years of professional experience covering various aspects of migration phenomena including forced migration (asylum, internal displacement), irregular migration, integration of refugees and economic migrants, in particular into labour market, legal migration and labour migration management, protection of migrants' rights, return and reintegration in the country of origins.
She gained her comprehensive experience on migration-related issues working first for national governmental institutions (Office for Foreigners, Ministry of Labour and Social Policy in Poland) and subsequently within the EU projects and for international organizations (IOM, ICMPD) in Georgia. She cooperated also with many NGOs in Poland and abroad. While working for the government she participated in decision-making processes and drafting asylum and labour migration regulations on national and the EU level (acting as a Polish delegate). She worked also for the development of bilateral and multilateral cooperation on migration and mobility with the Eastern Partnership countries (in particular Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia).
Emilia joined the CASE team of experts and got engaged in the project “MIGRIGHT: Improving social dialogue for decent work of migrants and refugees in Poland”.