Amanda Bisong is a policy officer in ECDPM's migration and mobility and AU-EU relations teams.
Amanda’s current work focuses on migration cooperation and governance, labour migration, the links between trade and migration in Africa and the interplay between regional and national commitments.
Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in law and holds master's degrees in international law and economics from the World Trade Institute in Bern and in international trade policy and trade law from Lund University. She previously worked at GIZ as head of the trade and customs unit, as well as the ECOWAS trade directorate, the National Association of Nigerian Traders and the Nigerian Bar Association.
Amanda is part of the MIASA and MILAMET research networks and teaches at the Geneva Summer school. She is currently pursuing a part-time PhD at the Institute of Development Studies – University of Nigeria.