“I love argument, I love debate. I don’t expect anyone just to sit there and agree with me.”
My name is Sara. Incurable optimist, curious of the human race, coffee and sarcasm lover. I strongly believe in serendipity. If you want to know more, please ask. ps. I make a perfectly respectable cheesecake – just in case you were wondering.
“From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
This is probably the only part where I am going to use the “I”, because I strongly believe that the ideas and messages I try to convey should be independent and more important than the person behind them. I would love to be able to offer some food for thought, a different perspective or simply a pause for reflection while waiting for the bus. However, what I would appreciate most is to start a debate or a conversation in order to share opinions, thus do not hesitate to comment the blog or contact me privately.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
I am Giorgio, born and bred in Rome, in 1997. Currently attending the B.A. in Global Governance. I am passionate in international politics and global trends and I want communication to become my profession.
“No legacy is so rich as honesty”
My name is Sadeen Qardan. I am from the capital city in Jordan; Amman. I am a first year student in Global Governance hoping to pursue a career in either social justice or humanitarian aid. I am strongly driven by my passion to do things the ethical way, to be true to my goals, and to implement change where change is needed.
“A lack of passion can do more harm than simple inexperience.”
My name is Selene Grube, I´m 21 years old and from Stuttgart, Germany. My main passions are traveling and learning about new cultures. Professionaly I have strong interest in intercultural understandings and with a special focus on migration. Global Governance is giving me the opportunity to learn more about these interests and our developing world.
“If you do not like today’s world, make tomorrows.”
My name is Simon and I am from Germany. I always like to take on a new adventure, which is why I wanted to come to Global Governance and the Global Observer in the first place. I want to see the world and be a part of all the changes around us.
“You can either spend your time building borders or crossing them, and I chose the latter.”
Ciao! My name is Tanya and I am 19. Born in a country as diverse as India, I was introduced to multiculturalism at a very young age. However, it was not until I was selected to be an exchange student in France that my life changed completely. I realized that I do not want to be confined to a particular nationality but I want be a part of a more global picture which is why I chose Global Governance. I like exploring art history, languages, and breaking stereotypes.
“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”
Hello there! My name is Mariamawit or Maria for short, I am currently a third-year student of Global Governance at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, all the way from Ethiopia. This Blog presents itself as a great opportunity to show its readers how I view the world and express my ideas and thoughts on matters that concerns all of us, as we are living in a complex and ever-changing world. Moreover, I would like to focus on issues that are worth our time and attention, and that are often neglected. We live in a global village, where the concept of distance no longer exists as we are interconnected thanks to the digital era, which is an important factor I would like to take advantage of to exchange ideas, comments and opinions with the rest of the world. Thus, becoming one in our differences!
“What interests me is living and dying for what one loves.” (Albert Camus)
What I love is telling stories about beauty, about courage, about fear. I hope you can appreciate them and then write your own ones.