Gitika Bhardwaj currently works at the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
She is passionate about climate change and human rights issues, and has campaigned with the UK Youth Climate Coalition for almost two years.
Gitika previously worked for Responding to Climate Change and travelled to the UN Climate Change Conference in 2014 which took place in Lima, Peru.
Prior to this, Gitika completed internships with UNICEF, Minority Rights Group International and Amnesty International where she worked on a number of climate change and human rights campaigns.
She has a Master's degree in European Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor's degree in History from Queen Mary, University of London.
When not working on climate change and human rights issues, Gitika likes travelling, watching sports, reading and writing, listening to music, comic books and astronomy.