Rome, Italy & Brussels, Belgium
English, Italian, Serbian, Slovenian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Bosnian, Russian (B1)
European Union Law, R2P, Humanitarian Intervention, Voting Behavior in the EP, Genocide Studies, State Responsibility, Global Administrative Law, Regulating EU political parties
I am finishing my undergraduate degree in political sciences in Rome. My interests lie at the intersection of international relations and law. Having attended several MUNs I went on to become the Secretary-General of an MUN in Rome. Particular passions of mine are European Union law and humanitarian intervention. I am a digital literacy teacher at the Joel Nafuma Refugee Center and a former World Peace Council intern. I believe in empowering youth and am currently serving as the Secretary of the World Youth Alliance’s Italian chapter. Being a workaholic, I am most comfortable when juggling the organisation of several conferences, and I never leave home without a Susan Sontag book.