Stefanie Grant's research interests focus on forced and involuntary migration, and on the human rights consequences of leaving a country of nationality as a refugee or migrant. Her current work is on cross border sea and land journeys, identification of the dead, missing, and disappeared, and recognizing the rights of families.
Stefanie’s human rights experience includes heading Amnesty International’s Research Department in London, representing Amnesty in Washington DC, acting for immigrants and refugees as a solicitor in London, and directing the research branch of the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva. She has worked as a consultant with intergovernmental organisations.
She is a trustee and chair of the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, and is on the boards of the European Network on Statelessness, the Prisoner of Conscience Fund, and Independent Diplomat. She has written articles and contributed to books on a range of topics related to human rights and migration, including the expert paper on human rights for the Global Commission on International Migration.