Natolin alumni contribute to the research call of the Institute of European Democrats on Europe's role and mission after COVID-19

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.

Angeline SANZAY
Borja SAEZ