Zeudi Liew with more than ten years of experience in protracted protection and fragile settings, is a child protection specialist currently supporting the child rights and protection unit at UNICEF OoR Innocenti, in the review and gathering of evidence around the reintegration of children impacted by migration. Prior to this, she has worked extensively for international NGOs and UN agencies at field level covering both managerial and advisory roles around case management, psychosocial support and best interest determination. Zeudi, continues collaborating with several institutions and humanitarian actors, in translating evidence and practice on the ground into well-informed programmes and policies related to reintegration and protection of children in humanitarian crises, while dedicating herself to capacity building initiatives and strengthening of quality programming. She holds a MA degree in Human Rights and Conflict Management from the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa (Italy), and a MSC in Biology and Behavioural studies at the University of Pisa (Italy). Her areas of focus are programming looking at children in armed conflict in MENA region countries, Afghanistan and the Balkans.