Roline Palmer was born and raised in the Netherlands and has a Caribbean background. She is currently a final year student at the VU Amsterdam University pursuing a Master degree in Dutch Private law. She is also a part time teacher for a programme designed by the District Attorney to create dialogue between the District Attorney and students from different secondary schools in the Netherlands. She participates in Model United Nations conferences and exchange programmes and debates about social inclusion. These experiences formed her strong interest in diversity, litigation and mutual understanding. Roline stems her drive and motivation from humanity and she sees the world in a human rights lenses where she believes in the equal rights of men and women and that we are all born equal.
Updated May 2018