Nora is an adjunct researcher at CSRM. She currently works as a Senior Advisor at the Danish Institute for Human Rights, focusing on human rights and development. Nora works with multinational companies to improve understanding of human rights risks and impacts and to develop ways of integrating human rights into business practice. Her work focuses primarily on the extractive industries, working in a range of international corporate and site-level settings. Nora also works with national human rights institutions to build capacity to engage on business and human rights. 

Nora’s current project and research work focuses on: human rights and impact assessment; capacity building of national human rights institutions on business and human rights; access to remedy; and investment and human rights.

Prior to joining the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Nora worked at the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, where her work focused on human rights due diligence and community-company grievance resolution. She has also contributed to the work of the former Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Business and Human Rights on several topics, including the Corporate Law Tools Project. 

Nora holds a BA/LLB(Hons) from The University of Queensland, Australia.