He is a US Department of State alumnus from Tunisia who was introduced to activism and decision-making during the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) programme in the US. After his return to Tunisia, he started working on entrepreneurship and capacity-building for young people through various initiatives. He worked with the association Young Leaders Entrepreneurs to launch “One Billion Rising”, “She Can”, “She Startup”, “Countdown” and recently “Youth Impact” to counter violent extremism and teach young people about key elements such as ITC, startups and leadership in his region, Kasserine. In addition, Mondher is interested in international institutions and has represented Tunisia at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome and in Amman, Jordan, along with UNESCO.
Beatriz Barreiro Carril
She is a researcher and lecturer in international law (Rey Juan Carlos University). She is very interested in the links between this discipline and other social sciences and in applied research with a particular focus on human rights – specially cultural rights. She has participated in relevant international UNESCO conferences and was guest of the Department of Law & Anthropology (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle), visiting researcher at the Institute of Public International and European Law (University of Gottingen) and lecturer at Carlos III University, Madrid. She is currently a lecturer at Rey Juan Carlos University in Spain. She has collaborated with many civil society and public institutions. She is a member of the association ConArte International, directed by Gemma Carbo, together with whom she has developed the idea for this camp.
Director of the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policies and Cooperation at the University of Girona. PhD in Education, she gained an Advanced Studies Diploma in Culture and Law, a Master in Cultural Management and a Bachelor of Arts (History). She is also lecturer in the University of Girona and coordinator of the Virtual Master in Cultural Management (UOC-UdG-UIB) and the postgraduate program: Education and culture, management programs and projects. Gemma Carbo’s professional development and current research explores the relationship between cultural policy and education, education and cultural diversity and education and creativity.
A Tunisian 2016 Top 10 Global Emerging Leaders Awardee by the US state Department and the US First lady Michelle Obama with a double major Master’s in Business Communication / English Literature and Humanities.
Founder of the Young Leaders Entrepreneurs a youth Led association working for engaging grassroots in the decision making through mentorship programs .Proven success in negotiating funds and familiarity with administrative ,financial and international funding institution .Designed Hundreds of effective non-profits projects regarding empowering women and youth through combining tech ,entrepreneurship and socially driven issues .Traveled to Hundreds of countries to lecture about youth in politics ,peace education ,conflict resolution, and entrepreneurship .An author of related articles and working on her Book :Women and the Ceiling Glass,Tunisia and the Post-revolution
Director of the Association Conarte Internacional, holds a BA in arts with a specialization in theatrical performance from the University of Chile and an MA in Cultural Management from the Simón Bolívar Andean University. Prior to joining ConArte, Marcela worked as cultural animator at the National Council of Culture and Arts in Chile and as a cultural manager at the National Coorporation for Indigenous Development.
Researcher and coordinator of international cooperation projects with ConArte Internacional and the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policies and Cooperation at the University of Girona. She conducts research on the role of culture and the arts in development processes and actions and supports the development, implementation and evaluation of projects and programs in the field of arts education, culture and development cooperation. Nevelina holds an MA degree in International Development from the International University of Japan, post-graduate certificates in development policy analysis from the University of Bonn and a Diploma of Specialization in Graphic Design from ERAM College, University of Girona. Prior to joining the UNESCO Chair and ConArte, Nevelina worked as research associate and project coordinator with different agencies of the United Nations University in Tokyo and Bonn.
She is a student of Political Science, Public Managment and Journalism at Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. She has specialized in social communication and marketing. Recently, she is doing practical training to work in the audiovisual sector. However, her concerns about political, social and cultural conflicts have encouraged her to participate in different non profit projects in favor of cultural and functional diversity. She is in charge of the social communication of the initiative from Madrid.