Amy Oloo

Kenya
Executive Director, World Federalist Movement

Amy Oloo is the Executive Director of the World Federalist Movement-Institute for Global Policy as of April 2022. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from York University, an M.A. in International Affairs from the American University of Paris and an Master of Laws in Diplomacy and International Law from Lancaster University. She is passionate about human rights and international criminal law, and has a background in human rights advocacy through her previous work with World Vision, Equality Now, UNESCO, and the Foundation for International Human Rights Reporting Standards. Since 2019 she has been involved with Democracy Without Borders. She was a programme associate and since taking on the role at the World Federalist Movement, serves as an advisor.

Proposals for a more democratic UN broached at Gwangju Democracy Forum
Civil society statement and UN75 On May 20th, Democracy Without Borders hosted a fruitful online session at this year’s Gwangju Democracy Forum in collaboration with Democracy International, CIVICUS, Together First…
Amy Oloo | 27.05.2021
Walls, fences, and a borderless world: Recent arguments
With millions of people across the world fleeing violence, oppression, economic desparation or because of environmental reasons, migration remains a key issue on the political agenda. Two years ago we reported on…
Amy Oloo | 14.05.2019
Global rule of law continues to decline, but resistance is gaining strength
Recently, the World Justice Project (WJP) and Human Rights Watch (HRW) released their annual reports that give snapshots of the current state of democracy across the globe. While both documents…
Amy Oloo | 19.03.2019