Anna Dovha is studying international economics and has been in the initiative since 2019. She is interested in the topics of climate change, social justice, and protecting human rights. Therefore, she was a national coordinator of the Fridays For Future movement in Ukraine and took part in the organization of a variety of events, such as climate marches, educational activities, and online webinars.
In 2020 she became a coordinator of the Ukrainian Volunteering Service in Kharkiv and implements different volunteering projects for young people. In 2021 she took part in the European Solidarity Corps project in Turkey, where she was teaching Syrian refugee kids English, and provided other kinds of activities for them as well as for Turkish youth.
As a YEA, she took part in the organization of the European Day Model of the European Parliament, contributed to the development and implementation of the activities on gender equality and environment in the scope of the project ‘Human Rights Week with the YEAs in Ukraine’, and is actively participated in other projects.
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