Ramona has an MA in International Relations. She is also currently studying Law at ELTE University and Economic Policy at the Central European University.
She has been active in several citizens initiatives and organizations, mainly with a focus on Europe and the Youth, as she is highly committed to these areas.
She is an enthusiastic traveler, loves to learn languages and get to know new people from all around the world and share cultural experiences with them.
"What makes Europe unique is the common European identity, combined with the rich cultural diversity. It gives the potential for creative ideas, intercultural understanding and development. What we could add to this successful recipe, is the power of the European Youth who are eager and capable of moving Europe forward. This is one of the keys for the creation of a sustainable and peaceful future."
From the 8th to the 12th of October, over 500 remarkable young people from more than 105 countries gathered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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The Council of Europe has just launched its Online youth campaign - the No Hate Speech Movement, with the aim to tackle the phenomena
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