The Global Governance Institute (GGI) is thrilled to welcome its spring cohort of Global Governance Trainees in Brussels. Funded with contributions from the European Union’s Erasmus+, the four new trainees will work with GGI’s Senior Analysts on a wide range of projects related to peace and security and global justice.
Alice Cerrato, Camilla Venturini, Romana Fedunyshyn and Giulia Muià have been selected from a pool of more than 30 applicants from across the European Union to spend the spring semester at the Global Governance Institute in Brussels.
During their traineeship, they will work on a GGI project for the European Parliament on the Strategic Partnerships in the context of the EU Strategic Compass, on the implications of increasing global tensions for EU-Africa relations, on revitalising Global Governance, on tackling human trafficking and on the role of AI in Higher Education.
As part of their traineeship, the four will be encouraged to attend high-level policy and think tank meetings in the Brussels policy realm, conduct interviews with senior officials and draft their own publications related to topics of their interest in the field of global governance. They will also receive training on networking and research skills and will be involved in the production of podcasts and webinars.
To read more about our Spring Trainees, please visit their individual profiles Alice Cerrato, Camilla Venturini, Romana Fedunyshyn, Giulia Muià
About GGI’s Erasmus+ - Global Governance Traineeship Scheme
The Global Governance Institute has offered the Erasmus+-funded Global Governance Traineeship scheme since 2019. Trainees receive a stipend from the Erasmus+ Scheme for a period between 2 and 12 months (for further info on the funding rules, see the Erasmus+ website ). GGI involves trainees in a variety of high-level hands-on activities, such as research and policy advice projects, the organisation of high-level events and stakeholder meetings with a variety of International Organisations. Each trainee follows a training and supervision plan and is supervised and supported by a dedicated GGI Senior Fellow.
Interested in applying? Contact your home university’s Erasmus Office or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . The GGI Traineeship scheme is highly competitive, but we are always on the look out for talented young researchers interested in analyzing and solving some of the most pressing global challenges.