My name is Annica, and this is my blog. I will be sharing with you mainly two topics: politics and tech.

For a living I work as a Policy & Advocacy Adviser at a social European NGO Network in Brussels, Belgium. I am specialised in European internal affairs in the field of human rights, equality, non-discrimination and migration. This is my job and my passion. On my spare time I stay tuned with global politics, and a feminist outlook on most things.

To add, I have a geeky curiosity for tech stuff and knowledge management, and I am a dedicated Apple fan (thanks to my dear friend Alexandra). As a part of my yearly personal goals (in June 2014 I stopped smoking and in May 2015 I finally finalised my masters thesis), I have decided that by 2016 I am going paperless. As a part of this project of mine I will share my tips on things such as how to replace daily papers & calendars with a smart set of apps. Although, I will make one exception  – for novels, which for now I will keep on my night stand and in my suitcase when packed for holidays..

Stay tuned!

Published by Annica Ryngbeck

Policy & Advocacy Adviser (in Brussels) on human rights, equality, migration in European politics. Feminist, tech & Apple fan. Follow me @aryngbeck.

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  1. Lovely to see you sharing more of you with more of the world, as I once thought you would with your art (and perhaps there is time for that again one day 😉 ). I have full faith that everyone visiting will find you as interesting as I have through the years !

    “What makes the desert beautiful,’ said the little prince, ‘is that somewhere it hides a well…” (from “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry).

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