Dr. Christina Schiavoni
Research Expert and Advisor: Social Movements
Christina M. Schiavoni is a food sovereignty activist and scholar who has worked in partnership with social movements across the globe. She holds masters and PhD degrees from the International Institute of Social Studies in the Netherlands. Her research, based in Venezuela, focused on co-generation of knowledge by and for social movements.
Dr. Christina is based in the United States.
Brooke Ellen Moore
Projects and Campaign Manager and Advocate
Brooke Moore is an activisit, advocate and a researcher with expertise in environmental justice. Her professional focus is in Environmental Science, Policy and Management with an emphasis in Governance, Justice and Politics. Her skills involve policy analysis, project management, and opinion writing.
Mikala McBride is pursuing her M.A. in International Relations at Central European University. She holds a B.A. degree in Business Economics and has experience in non-profit and international migration work. Her interests lie in economic development, migration, and engaging in diplomacy on both the global and local scale.
Rim Affathe is an International Relations master's student and a feminist activist. She is passionate about different topics related to human rights advocacy, women's empowerment and diplomacy. She is also interested in exploring the embodied dimension of migration and including the lived experiences in the analysis of migration.