Meet our External Contributors
Ms. Giulia Russo Wälti
Giulia Russo Wälti is currently pursuing her Master in Public Management, with a previous Bachelor Diploma in International Relations at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
She worked as a multilateral diplomatic intern at the Permanent Mission of the Sovereign Order of Malta to the United Nations in Geneva and previously as an intern at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin, Germany.
She has been passionate about international cooperation and development for several years and has a keen interest on identifying solutions to solve increasingly transboundary challenges to the contemporary global order through an holistic and sustainable approach.
Ms. Russo Wälti worked on field as project manager in collaboration with local NGOs in Brazil, Madagascar, Indonesia and Switzerland. Furthermore, she is fluent in French, English, Italian, German and Spanish.
Ms. Daniella Yuna
Daniella Yuna is a human rights and humanitarian professional currently working as a civil law paralegal in Manhattan, New York.
Yuna was born in Seoul, South Korea, with academic parents. She graduated degree with Magna Cum Laude from the Catholic University of America, major in International Politics and French.
She is set to enroll in a law school in autumn. In prior to this, she worked at the House of Commons, the United Kingdom, and the UN Human Rights Council Presidency in Geneva, Switzerland.
Mr. Edoardo Gimigliano
Edoardo Gimigliano currently holds the position of Project Manager at the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in Sanremo (Italy), with the responsibility of designing and developing European and international funded projects on many different subjects. Among his actual specific working areas, certainly crucial are the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) programs in peace-building operations, water scarcity and protection of water facilities in armed conflicts, and integration of migrant minors in the different educational national environments all over Europe.
Edoardo Gimigliano pursued his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Relations in Rome, at the Roma Tre University, while his master’s degree in international politics and diplomacy was achieved cum laude at the historical University of Padua (Italy).
At the end of his academic years, Mr. Gimigliano’s final thesis on “International trade in conventional arms between Eastern Europe and the Middle East” [Italian “Il commercio di armamenti convenzionali tra Europa orientale e Medio Oriente”] was published in Italian and made available for consultation online.