Alice is originally from Romania. She is a second year Master Student in Human Rights & Humanitarian Action. For Alice, development can only be possible if equity and inclusivity are always on the table. She urges a human rights approach to development, in which intersectionality and context play a substantial role.
IVANA JIMÉNEZ BARRIOS
Ivana is from Venezuela and she’s currently a second year student in the Human Rights & Humanitarian Action Master’s program. For Ivana, development is they key to achieve a fair and sustainable society where human rights are not to be claimed, but rather exercised without being held back by inequalities.
Julius is originally from Lithuania. He is a second year Master’s student in International Management & Sustainability. Julius thinks that international development initiatives are most effectively delivered with an integrated bottom-up approach, and believes in the power of business in creating a positive social and environmental impact.
ALISSA MUSTRE DEL RIO
Alissa is originally from Mexico and she’s currently a second year student in the Human Rights & Humanitarian Action Master’s Program. For Alissa development means empowering communities to access and claim their Human rights without being restrained by inequalities.
EVENTS & COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTORS
Originally from El Salvador, Daniella is pursuing her Master’s degree in International Public Management. She is convinced that we urgently need to slow down and reassess the way our societies are organized. Development is fundamentally about providing people with more freedom and equal opportunities, to give them the power to claim their rights.
Rachel is from the UK and has recently started her Master’s in European Studies at King’s College in London with a semester abroad at SciencesPo. She strongly believes that in order to effectively advance social change different approaches to policy-making are needed, thus the need to ensure inclusion and diversity.
FUNDRAISING & PARTNERSHIPS DIRECTORS
NAL NANGAI VENKATAKRISHNAN
Originally from the South of India, Nal is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in International Development. In a world of looming challenges, Nal believes that development is a multidimensional trajectory that attempts to tackle the roots of injustice, violence and conflict as well as transform the lives of people by paving opportunities for all, irrespective of differences.
Adrián is from Peru and is currently doing his Master’s in Public Policy. Through his experience in economic analysis on public and private organisations he has been able to construct his own vision of development. For Adrián, development means giving all actors of our society the chance to generate value so people’s well-being can be improved through a sustainable approach.