Klaudija Cremers joined IDDRI in 2019 as Research Fellow, International Ocean Governance. Her main focus in the ocean team is regional ocean governance, the effective implementation of marine protected areas on the high seas and deep seabed mining.
She studied Liberal Arts & Sciences with a specialisation in Global Justice at Leiden University College The Hague, and holds a LL.M. in Public International Law from Leiden University. Her Master’s thesis investigated the gaps in the international legal framework of managing fish stocks in the high seas.
Previously, Klaudija worked for ClientEarth in Brussels as EU Fisheries Lawyer with a focus on the implementation of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy. She has also gained work experience at the European Parliament and at the Embassy of the Netherlands in New Zealand.
Klaudija speaks Dutch, English, French, German and Lithuanian.