Iselin Berg Mulvik works as a researcher in PPMI. She has an interdisciplinary and international background as a result of her bachelor’s degree in comparative politics and a master’s degree in social policy research that she completed in South-Africa, Norway, Turkey and England. During and after her degrees Iselin has worked as a research assistant and researcher on several topics including child poverty, conflict studies and gendered migration. She has throughout her study and carrier shown high dedication to developmental and gender-sensitive human rights work in Europe and abroad. At PPMI, Iselin mainly works on education policy in the EU and analysis of fast-changing developments in this field.
- MSc in Social Policy and Research, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England, 2018
- Exchange semester (Erasmus), Bosporus University, Istanbul, Turkey, 2015-2017 and Telemark College, Cape Town, South-Africa, 2014
- BA in Comparative Politics, Bergen University, Bergen, Norway, 2014-2017
Prospective Report on the Future of Assessment in Primary and Secondary Education (DG EAC, ongoing)
Study to look at the cost-benefit of machine-learning (DG Grow-IA, ongoing)«back