martinarolli

“It only seems impossible until it’s done.” Hi! My name is Martina Rolli and I’m 19 years old. I’m Italian but I was born and raised in Frankfurt, Germany. Four years ago I moved to Geneva, Switzerland where I finished High School. While living abroad I got the chance to meet many people from different countries, I also discovered my passion for languages and writing.  That’s one of the main reasons why I chose to become a member of the Global Observer blog!

Human Beings and Art:

Artistic representations have always been part of our life and environment as human beings. Art is something that can be seen and interpreted in many different ways, shapes and forms. What is art for one person may not be art for another one; it is in this little detail that… Read More »Human Beings and Art:

AICS: “Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development”

  AICS, “Italian Agency for cooperation and development”, is a public agency that overall promotes international development. The presentation held at the EXCO, an exhibition based on international cooperation, mainly focused on the law 125 that entered into force in August 2014. This law revolutionized the system of international cooperation… Read More »AICS: “Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development”

Calvinism: how Geneva became “the Rome” of the Protestantism

The doctrine of Calvinism derives from various reforms made by the French Jean Calvin during the 16th century. This religious belief is the expansion from what Martin Luther already started in 1517 in Germany, enlarging the protestant reform of Christianity. While Luther’s Protestantism spread in Germany and Scandinavia, Calvinism also… Read More »Calvinism: how Geneva became “the Rome” of the Protestantism

It’s all in your head!

  Have you ever thought why or what exactly makes you get up in the morning and start your day? Maybe it is the yummy breakfast you’ve been dreaming about all night…or maybe the excitement for the specific task that you need to master today. Well, it has for sure… Read More »It’s all in your head!