Christopher Metz is a former student of King’s College London and has been working with EGAM since 2014. Graduating in Hispanic, Portuguese and Brazilian studies, his main area of focus was post-colonial Latin America and spent time living in Mexico and Brazil. With EGAM, he has focused on projects for the European Situation Testing Campaign, Youth Training Seminars alongside the Sarajevo Film Festival and commemorations of the Armenian, Tutsi and Srebrenica genocides.
Alejandro Pasca García
Alex graduated from the University Complutense de Madrid, Spain, with a BA in history, specialized in contemporary history. Then, he pursued a Master in International Solidarity Action and Social Inclusion at the University Carlos III de Madrid. During his studies he did an internship in the Club de Madrid, where he conducted research on democratic trends in Europe, Post-Soviet Eurasia, the Americas, Sub-Saharan Africa and the MENA region for the project Next Generation Democracy.
Pia graduated from the University of Vienna with a Bachelor in International Development, where she carried out research on transnational civil society advocacy action in Europe. She then pursued her studies at the University of St Andrews and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development. Pia has has been active for the platform CorporAID dedicated to dialogue on the topic of Corporate Social Responsibility, for the organization of the ATTAC Summer Academies on alternative economic systems in Austria and for the NGO Altceva, working with Roma communities in Vienna.
Kristiana graduated from King’s College London with a Bachelor in Liberal Arts, majoring in International and European Politics with a special emphasis on migration and security studies. Meanwhile, she interned for UNICEF and the UN Association of Bulgaria, dealing mainly with the current refugee situation at the borders. During the final year of her bachelor’s studies, she worked as an executive officer at the London-based youth platform My Life My Say, where she was in charge of securing successful relations between minority groups and the governmental bodies.
Marco was born in 1992 in Genova, Italy. He did his bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Thanks to a double degree he joined in 2015, he holds two master’s degrees in International Relations, one from the China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU) of Beijing and one from LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome. He has previously worked for the European Union Delegation to China and Mongolia and he joined EGAM in March, 2017.
Đorđe was born in 1992 in Čačak, Serbia. He graduated in 2015 at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, specializing International Law. He attended the American University in Kosovo, Post-Conflict Transformation and Development Program in 2013. He became an activist for human rights in 2011 through the Youth Group of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Belgrade. He has participated in numerous programs of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR) before officially became part of the team at the beginning of 2013. Within the YIHR he has been working on developing of activist networks, the program of transitional justice and regional cooperation programs.