Kalina Arabadjieva



Kalina studied law at University College London and the University of Oxford, with a focus on EU, environmental and labour law. She completed her doctorate at the University of Oxford in 2019, with a thesis on the right to freedom of association of workers and trade unions in European human rights law. She has taught labour law at both universities, and environmental law at UCL. She has undertaken research in the sphere of collective labour rights, gender and race discrimination, and environmental regulation.

Areas of activity

Collective labour rights, gender discrimination, equal pay, just transitions

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Time to close the gender pay gap

Policy recommendations The Covid-19 pandemic has affected women disproportionately and is likely to have adverse effects on gender equality. It is essential that efforts to promote gender equality be increased in order to ensure that hard-won progress in this area is not reversed. As part of this effort, the European Commission should table a... Find out more