Anila Noor is a member of the Asylos Advisory Committee. She is a refugee activist based in the Netherlands. As a consultant, she also works with different institutions on designing projects on inclusion and diversity. 

She initiated New Women Connectors, a movement striving for mainstreaming the unheard voices of migrant and refugee women living across Europe. New Women Connectors is a perspective-shift to the refugee agenda and advocates inclusion rather than integration as a policy choice. The movement helps newcomer refugee women lift their spirits and make something of their skills. Anila Noor found herself involved in the subjects of forced migration and identity crisis when she had to go through the same experience. Since, she has been working as a refugee social entrepreneur focusing on Forced Migration, Asylum, Refugee Policies and Advocacy for the rights of Migrants. She is currently working on the subject of Receiving Refugees in Urban Settings: Narratives from the European Countries.

Anila Noor is a former fellow of Open City Fellowship Netherlands and former member of European Migrant Advisory Board, an initiative of the Partnership on Inclusion of Migrants and Refugees the Urban Agenda for the EU. She graduated from Erasmus University Netherlands. She is also a member of Kaldor Centre of Emerging Scholars Network Australia.