We are delighted to share the contributions of our Natolin alumni to the research project: "Geopolitics & Values: what is the real power of the EU? How to use the COVID crisis as an opportunity for a new European soft power" organized by the Institute for European Democrats (IED).
The research papers written by our alumni provide democratic ideas and solutions to promote a new effective multilateralism after the COVID-19 crisis.
Ms Angeline SANZAY (Manuel Marín Promotion 2018/2019) contributed with the research paper “EU Climate Diplomacy: a tool to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic and promote effective multilateralism?”.
Three alumni from the Hanna Arendt Promotion (2019/2020) also contributed with the following articles: Mr Borja SAEZ wrote the article “Uniting Cultures as the Catalyst of Multilateralism”; Mr Jacopo GIRAUDO wrote the research paper titled "Multilateralism and identity. Can the COVID-19 pandemic create a sense of common sharing and an improvement in international relations"; and Ms Gabrielle BERNOVILLE wrote the article “Giving European Soft Power a Roof: Towards new innovative models for an enhanced European Global Actorness Amidst COVID-19”.
The four published alumni will attend the Institute’s future activities throughout the year and will share the results of their research with various audiences.
More information can be found here.