The team

 

Clara Latini. Foto.

Clara Latini – The founder

She is a Political Science and Southeast European Studies graduate from the University of Regensburg where she worked at the Leibniz-Institute for East and Southeast European Studies as an academic assistant. She also studied at the University of Zagreb, the University of Belgrade and Andrássy Universität Budapest, won multiple scholarships and participated in international conferences in several foreign countries. Currently, she is the Italian Youth Delegate to the G20 Germany 2017. She speaks Italian, English, German, French, Croatian and is a beginner in Hungarian.
Clara Latini is Coordinator of the NGO “Giovani nel Mondo”. As she worked as a European Project Executive at the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Hungary, specializing in European projects and international relations between the Chamber and several stakeholders, she offers mentoring regarding European funding. She is a speaker and organizes several roundtables with CEOs and leaders such as public speaking training for young professionals. Furthermore, she is an active member of the Policy Lab Project with the Agnelli Foundation and the School of Policy in Rome, founded by Enrico Letta, former Italian Prime Minister.

 

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Sanjana Gogna – Gender security in South Asia representative

She is a post-graduate student at the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi. She has been an intern at the Ministry of External Affairs and Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), where she conducted research on Nuclearization in South Asia and India’s infrastructure projects in Central Asia. Her commentary ‘Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons and the Indian Nuclear Doctrine ’ was published on the IDSA website in September 2017. She has worked as a research assistant at global women’s organisation,  Musawah where she conducted critical research on the implementation of The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC). She takes a keen interest in South Asian politics, India’s foreign policy and global gender security.

Giulia Olivieri – Education policy representative

Giulia Olivieri MA student of International Relations and Development Cooperation.
Member of the School of Policy founded by Erico Letta and of the Policy Lab Project. Specialized in European Integration and gender education policies.

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