Eva Ersböll (Danish Institute for Human Rights, Copenhagen):

Lawyer and formerly a legal assistant to the Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman and an analyst to the Commissioner of the Council of the Baltic Sea States on Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Including the Rights of Persons belonging to Minorities. Eva Ersbøll has done extensive research on human rights law, nationality law, European citizenship law and migration law with focus on language and integration tests. She has published widely on these and other topics, including the rights of the child and the rights of elderly persons suffering from dementia.

She has conducted and participated in a number of comparative studies on nationality and migration law, among others the NATAC comparative study on nationality law in 15 EU member states, the EUDO web platform hosted at the Robert Schuman Centre of the EUI) and the INTEC comparative study on Integration and Naturalisation Tests.