Bureau Program

Bureau Program

 

Global Action sostiene la partecipazione degli studenti universitari provenienti dagli atenei partner (Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”, LUISS Guido Carli, UNINT – Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma) in tutte le fasi di Diplomacy Education.

Gli studenti universitari selezionati:

  • saranno tutor degli studenti delle scuole superiori e comunicheranno con loro quando ce ne sarà bisogno;
  • saranno ricercatori nella fase di preparazione delle cosiddette background guides (le guide sulla commissione a cui ciascuno sarà assegnato e che serviranno da base agli studenti delle scuole superiori per lo studio delle tematiche su cui si lavorerà nelle fasi finali);
  • presenteranno il lavoro della propria background guide in un workshop con i giovani studenti che faranno da delegati in ciascuna commissione simulata;
  • saranno Bureau Members sia nella simulazione delle consultazioni GRULAC (Step 5.1) sia nella fase di simulazione conclusiva di GAMUN – Global Action Model United Nations (step 5.2).

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Bureau 2018

Abbiamo già selezionato e coperto quasi tutte le posizioni che stavamo cercando. Di seguito i nomi degli studenti universitari selezionati e le relative commissioni di GAMUN a cui lavoreranno, dalla stesura delle guide alla gestione del dibattito.

 

Pierfrancesco Torrisi e-mail

Cristina Roma e-mail 

Rachele De Angelis          e-mail

Rachele is a 20-year-old student at LUISS University. She is enrolled in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), which she chose to approach her passion in politics and gain a broader perspective. She is a member of the Alumni of “Scuola di Politiche” directed by former PM Enrico Letta, and was one of his students. She is also a part-time assistant at LUISS university. Her fields of interest are security studies and foreign policy. She would like to work for her country and the EU’s foreign affairs and defense. She speaks English and Spanish, and is now studying French and Arabic.

Elisa Bianchini          e-mail 

Elisa is a 19 year-old student at LUISS university in Rome. She is enrolled in the first year of BA in Political Science. She is a member of the Political Science Association (ASP) and is interested in International Affairs. She periodically attends Language Cafè talks about global issues at her university and is taking part in several projects. She would love a career in the international organizations, in particular as a campaigner for human rights. She speaks English and a little bit of French.

 

Giulia Costella          e-mail

Giulia is a 24-year-old student with a Bachelor’s degree in International Cooperation and Development from Sapienza University of Rome. Currently, she is attending the second year of a Master’s degree in International Economics – International Relations at the University of Rome UNINT, where she is part of a team developing the UNINTalks project, whose objective is to promote the match of students with the practical reality of International Organizations. She would like to work for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the future and she is interested in international cooperation. She speaks Italian, English, and a little French and Spanish.

Costanza Bergamo          e-mail

Costanza Bergamo is a 19-years- old student, currently studying PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) at LUISS University in Rome. She started developing a big interest in International Organizations during her last years of high school. She spent one year abroad as an exchange student in Oregon, USA. She speaks Italian, English, and just started learning French. She’s long been involved in different activities inside and outside the University (volunteering, art workshops, debates, and student associations). She would like to set up a career that could effectively combine two of her major interests, international politics and the environment. She speaks Italian and English.

Carlo Alberto Frassinetto          e-mail

Carlo Alberto is a 19 year-old student at LUISS University in Rome. He attends the first year of the Bachelor degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE). He is an athlete of the university’s volleyball team and a member of ASP (Political Science Association). His dream is to become a diplomat one day, but he would also like to work an international organization. He is interested in global security and in the initiation and facilitation of strategic agreements among states. He speaks Italian, English, and a little French.
 

Annalisa Vallone          e-mail

Annalisa is a 19-year-old student at LUISS University in Rome. She is at her first year of the bachelor degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE), a member of ASP (Political Science Association) at her university and also a member of the staff of LUISS Radio. She spent the fourth year of high school in the city of Rauma, Finland. She speaks Italian, English, French and also some Finnish! She would like work in the future for an international organization and is an advocate of human rights. She is also interested in food issues and international cooperation.

Edoardo Vachez          e-mail

Edoardo is a 19 year-old student at LUISS University in Rome. He is taking his BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE). He is an active member of ASP (Political Science Association) at his university. His dream is to work for UNESCO one day but he would also like to start a diplomatic career. He speaks Italian, English, and French.

Pietro Lepidi          e-mail

Pietro Michael is a 19-year-old student at LUISS University in Rome. He is studying to take the BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE). While attending his high school, he was president of the local students’ council (Students’ Regional Council of Veneto) and was awarded the bronze standard of the International Award for Young People in 2014. Currently he is a committee member of ASSP (Political Science Students’ Association). His dream is to become involved in international political organizations and, in general, work for global cooperation. He speaks Italian and English.

Maria Popczyk          e-mail 

Maria is a Sciences Po Paris student currently on an Erasmus program in Rome at LUISS University. Since she holds dual (French and Polish) citizenship, Maria is deeply interested in EU politics and is actively involved in the battle for deeper integration. She is a member of the Young European Federalists and she regularly writes articles about EU issues. She would like to become a diplomat.

Chiara Ruggeri          e-mail

Chiara, 24 years old, has just graduated in Interpreting and Translation at the University of Rome UNINT. She has worked as a translator but her passion for international relations led her to undertake a period of training at the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, first, and at the Embassy of the United States of America, at present. These experiences have profoundly changed her professional ambitions, encouraging her to cultivate the interest for institutional settings and embassies, where she hopes to work in the future. She speaks English, French, and Spanish, and is currently studying Russian.

Julia Laureau         e-mail

Julia is a French 20 year-old student at Sciences Po Paris. She is taking her BA in Political Science and is an exchange student at LUISS University in Rome. She has done several journalism internships and has participated in the interviews of the French presidential candidates for a local French TV in 2017. She also works for Sciences Po TV (Student association), as a reporter and commentator. Her dream is to become a political journalist one day but she would also like to be a university lecturer and a researcher in political theory. She speaks French, English, Italian, and Spanish.

Vanessa Boi          e-mail

Vanessa is a student of International Relations at LUISS Guido Carli university in Rome. She has a BA in Languages and Modern Cultures at LUMSA university (Rome). She has always been interested in international policies and institutions, for which she would like to work in the future. She has worked at the Embassy of Afghanistan in Rome, an experience that changed her approach to work and motivated her in the development of her future career. She became a full member of Global Action in January 2017. She speaks Italian, English, Spanish, and French, and is also studying Arabic.

Noemi Maiorana          e-mail

Noemi is a 24-year-old student with a Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural and Linguistic Mediation from Roma Tre. She is currently attending the second year of the Master’s Degree in Economics and International Management, International Relations Curriculum, at UNINT (Rome). She would like to work in an International Organization or in a Non-Governmental Organization because she is interested in international politics and institutions; she and other colleagues are implementing the UNINTalks project, an initiative whose aim is to facilitate the match of students with the international environment. She speaks English, Spanish, and German.

Asma Salimi          e-mail

Giuseppe Agresti          e-mail

Giuseppe Agresti is a 24 year-old student at Sapienza University of Rome. He attends the fifth year of Medical School at Umberto I Hospital. He is a National Officer ​of SISM Italy (part of the International Federation of Medical Students Associations)​ and former President of ​SISM ​Roma La Sapienza. Within these contexts, Giuseppe has understood the importance of thinking globally and acting locally ​in order to achieve the changes he wants to see in the world. He is studying to become a good surgeon​ and is very interested in Public Health and Medical Education​. He speaks Italian and English.

Alessandro Torregiani          e-mail

Alessandro Torregiani is attending the sixth year of the Medical School at the Sapienza University in Rome. Since his high-school years he has always been interessed in social issues and ways to manage them. During his years at university he has discovered the human side of health-related problems and what “health” exactly means. He has a passion for acting and photography, and speak Italian and English.

Elettra Franco         e-mail

Elettra Franco is attending the third year of Medical School at Sapienza University of Rome. During her first years at university she has approached and embraced the values of SISM, as a member of IFMSA (International Federation of Medical Students’ Association). At SISM she is currently acting as a peer education coordinator and she strongly supports the idea that “non-formal” education is a good way to inform, educate, and empower people, as also stated by UNESCO. The main target of peer education are young students (especially from high school) so Elettra has already had the opportunity to approach them about topics such as STDs and drug abuse. She also gives particular attention on human rights’ issues in medicine. She speaks Italian and English.

Alessandra Forte         e-mail

Alessandra Forte is a third-year student of Medical School at Sapienza University in Rome. During her first years of High School, she has been deeply involved with journalism and reporting while during her last years she focused her attention on Global and Mental Health. At 17 she participated in a Model United Nations conference at the UN Headquarters in New York representing Guinea in the General Assembly. Currently, she holds the assistant’s position in many different SISM areas (above all Public Health) and she runs a clown therapy project as part of her medical education. She has attended as many international workshops as she could in order to always reset her perception of the world and treasure diversity and curiosity in her everyday experience. She speaks Italian and English.

 

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