Alexandrina Garuta

Alexandrina Garuta

  • Country of origin: Moldova
  • Occupation: Student
  • Current residence: Chisinau, Moldova

Alexandrina Garuța is studying International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Eötvös Loránd University from Budapest, Hungary. She has a firm belief in the power of things done with professionalism, kindness, and a tiny bit of love. Since 2017, she confesses, she started to challenge herself to do, with the greatest passion, the activities that felt right for her. This is how she gained experience as a volunteer for the media platform and a national radio station, as well as by working in the ‘Chișinău for European Youth Capital 2020/2021’ team. To learn the creative thinking and active citizenship values by being a delegate, then a staff member of the Wave Week Moldova program, was a blessing for her. As a motivated young professional, she has actively participated in international programs for youth empowerment, highlighting the Global-In Fellowship youth exchange in diplomacy and politics, the European Youth Debate forum, Model United Nations conferences. She considers that all these ‘aha’ moments truly shaped her European identity. Human rights, public diplomacy, security studies, peace building- her fields of interest are deeply reflected in the core EU values. That is why she has the trust that, as a part of the YEAs from the Republic of Moldova team, we are going to do amazing things, because we are always stronger together.

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