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Current interns and volunteers at ECMI Flensburg

Ariane Dinalli Francisco (Brazil)

Ariane Dinalli Francisco is currently studying Democratic Governance and Public Policy MA at Universität Osnabrück, with a scholarship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst – DAAD, as part of the Helmut-Schmidt-Programm. She holds a BA in International Relations from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. During the bachelor, her main areas of study were conflicts, peacekeeping operations, and development issues, having worked as research assistant for most of her time at the University, and also organizing United Nations Models at the same institution.

Currently, she has been focusing her studies on urban violence and public policies. In addition to her participation as a volunteer researcher for the Brazilian Navy on Peacekeeping Operations issues, she will be working as an intern at the ECMI in Flensburg, assisting the Communications and Outreach Coordinator.

Internship duration: October - December 2017

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Yuliya Nastroga (Ukraine)

Yuliya Nastroga is studying European Studies MA at Europa-Universität Flensburg. She holds BA in International Information and MA in International Information and Translation at Khmelnytskyi National University (Ukraine). She has been a delegate of the European Youth Parliament and the United Nations Organisation Model. In addition, she was a volunteer for the movement “Stop the violence” (organised by “La Strada-Ukraine” Centre). Currently she is involved in volunteering for the “Fachschaft” (student representatives) at the Europa-Universität Flensburg.

Recently she has started an internship at the European Centre for Minority Issues, working on ECMI Eastern Partnership Programme – Ukraine.

Internship duration: September - December 2017

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Craig Willis (UK)

Craig Willis is currently studying European Studies MA at Europa-Universität Flensburg and holds a BA in Business Management from the University of Brighton in the United Kingdom. He spent three years between his BA and MA, travelling and working in over 50 countries, predominantly in Asia and Eastern Europe. This developed a keen interest in European issues and provided practical experience for his current studies. He has been focusing his MA in European Studies around concepts of social justice and redistribution, in particular analyzing the justifications and feasibility of a Universal Basic Income. 

Internship duration: October - December 2017

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