List of Selected Participants for the 2015 UNAOC-EF Summer School, New York USA (13th – 20th June 2015)

The 75 selected participants for the 2015 UNAOC-EF Summer School have been announced. Hailing from around the world, these inspiring youth leaders will spend the 13th – 20th June at EF’s New York campus. They’ll learn, network and exchange ideas through a rich program of activities that will support them in their efforts to create positive social change.

This weeklong summer school brings together 75 individuals aged 18-35 from across the globe, to address pressing global challenges in the context of cultural and religious diversity.

“Every year, the youth who participate in the UNAOC-EF Summer School bring to life a unique experience. These young leaders address global challenges and seek the solutions that would make our world a better one based on shared values and peaceful co-existence. I look forward to engaging with this year’s inspiring group of participants,” says Mr. Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, the UN High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations.

Eva Kockum, President, EF Education First, says:

“We are very happy to welcome these outstanding young leaders to our EF New York campus and are looking forward to opening the world through education by co-organizing this cross-cultural and educational experience for the participants.”

The Class of 2015:

  1. Abdel Nasser Beibe – Mauritania
  2. Abdilahi Ibrahim Mohamoud – Somalia
  3. Afaf Khalil – Lebanon
  4. Ahmed Adel Saad – Egypt
  5. Alaa Mufid Tawfiq Hamamra – Palestinian Territory, Occupied
  6. Alejandra Patricia Corvalán Maira – Chile
  7. Alemayehu Dekeba Bekele – Ethiopia
  8. Alexandra Lacroix – France
  9. Alisson Pamela Escobar Centeno  – Ecuador
  10. Amadu Wurie Jalloh – Sierra Leone
  11. Anh Tram Phan – Vietnam
  12. Anne-Lise Schneider – Switzerland
  13. Anthony Shuko Musiwa – Zimbabwe
  14. Augustine K. Kou – Liberia
  15. Battsetseg Enkhtuya – Mongolia
  16. Bertha Kalongelwa  – Zambia
  17. Charlotte Laridaen Mariette Willy  – Belgium
  18. Denis Pato – Uganda
  19. Diana Carolina Alarcón Moreno – Colombia
  20. Eleanor Rosa Igna Pinugu – Philippines
  21. Eoin O’Liathain – Republic of Ireland
  22. Ernesto Ferreira Vasconcellos – Brazil
  23. Florence Wambui Muriuki – Kenya
  24. Gaston Alejandro Akerman – Argentina
  25. Goran Velkovski – Macedonia
  26. Hachelaf Ahmed Abdelhakim – Algeria
  27. Haidara Al Mansour – Syria
  28. Hasina Ibrahimkhil – Afghanistan
  29. Hilda Nambili Liswani – Namibia
  30. I Wayan Alit Sudarsana – Indonesia
  31. Itay Sarag – Israel
  32. Iván Fernández García – Spain
  33. Jakob Valenta – Austria
  34. Jennifer Omokhuwa AduroNigeria
  35. Jhosep Delgado Guerra – Peru
  36. Khadega Abdulaziz Al-omqi – Yemen
  37. Koketso Thabang Cheryl Moei – South Africa
  38. Kristina Cvetkovic – Croatia
  39. Ksenia Igorevna Stepnanenko – Russia
  40. Kyuho Choi – South Korea
  41. Lamise Hazem Hamed Hamouda – Australia
  42. Leena Mohamed Osman Habiballa – Sudan
  43. Lova Navalona Rakotoarisoa – Madagascar
  44. Luna Haj Hussein – Israel
  45. Mamane Yachaou – Niger
  46. Manar Ibrahim Al Sagob – Saudi Arabia
  47. Maria Elena Villafuerte Mata – Mexico
  48. María Gabriela Salazar Acuña – Venezuela
  49. Mariam Khuroshvili – Georgia
  50. Mariya Assinskaya – Kazakhstan
  51. Martins Birgelis – Latvia
  52. Michel Musendele Alimasi – Italy
  53. Moa Kristina Antonia Fohlin – Sweden
  54. Mohamad Yaman Sammani – Turkey
  55. Mohammad Aref Sammour – Jordan
  56. Mouna Zebidi – Tunisia
  57. Mykola Buchko – Ukraine
  58. Pamir Ehsas – Norway
  59. Parul Arora – India
  60. Ronak Yaryan – Iran
  61. Roseline Kamdem Magne Epouse Njuakom – Cameroon
  62. Rumeng Shi – China
  63. Saidaziz Azamov – Uzbekistan
  64. Samuel Chor Alier Aguto – South Sudan
  65. Sara Fuchs – Germany
  66. Sara Rajic – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  67. Seema Lamichhane – Nepal
  68. Shaan Muhammad Khan – Pakistan
  69. Shwan Salahaddin Abdulrahman – Iraq
  70. Solyda Say – Cambodia
  71. Stacey Akelia Browne – St Vincent and the Grenadines
  72. Thein Min Swe – Myanmar
  73. Tshedrup Dorji – Bhutan
  74. Urica Yernesi Primus – Guyana
  75. Zannatul Ferdous – Bangladesh

Congratulations to all the selected young leaders from around the globe. All the Best.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the UNAOC-EF Summer School

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