Beatriz Barreiro Carril
Beatriz Barreiro Carril has a PhD in Human Rights (Carlos III University, Madrid), and a Master in Law of the European Union (Free University of Brussels). Beatriz is Lecturer of International Law Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid. She is a member of the Observatory Diversity and Cultural Rights (Fribourg University).
Gemma Carbó is an expert in culture policies and international cultural education. She is the Director of the Museum of Rural Life in l’Espluga de Francolí, Girona. She is the President of Inerarts and the co-founder of ConArte Internacional. She has a PhD in Education.
Costanza Piccione has a degree in Political Sciences and International Relations (Palermo University) and a Master in Cooperation to Development (Palermo University, El Manar University (Tunisia). She was a visiting researcher at Rey Juan Carlos University (Madrid). She is interested in human rights, cultural rights and gender studies.
Alfredo dos Santos
Alfredo dos Santos holds a PhD in International Public Law, specializing in International Migratory Law from the Comillas Pontifical University, in Madrid; he is a lecturer-tutor at University Institute of Studies on Migration of the same University; he is consultant in migration and asylum legislation and policies; he is a research member affiliated with CEDIS, Faculty of Law, NOVA University of Lisbon.
Loredana Mura is a lecturer of Private International Law and European Union in Brescia University (Italy). She is specialized in trans border cooperation and rights of minorities. She has Master of the European University Institute (Florence) and a PhD in Law.
Alessandra Pera is a PhD Doctor in Comparative Law and Associate Professor at Palermo University, Department of Political Science and International Relations. She teaches Comparative Law and Legal Traditions of the World in the Courses of Economic Development and International Cooperation. Her main research interests are on comparative law, family law, social change and legal tools to protect weak individuals in modern societies.
Franciso Paloma González
Francisco Paloma González has a degree in Political Sciences and a degree on advanced studies in Sociology. He is currently elaborating his PhD in Sociology and Anthropology (Complutense University, Madrid) with the focus on youth and religious minorities. He is city counselor of Communication, Formation and Employment and Youth and Childhood in the City of Fuenlabrada (España)
René Paul is a poet. He is the winner of the 5th edition of the poetry prize of the publishing house “El Círculo Rojo” with his work “Memorias de un loco cuerdo.” His poetic work speaks about social problems and intimate feelings.
Racheda Afkir Boulaayoun
Racheda Afkir Boulaayoun is finishing a degree in International Relations (Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid). She has many interests, such as gender studies and cultural diversity.
Sihem Nasraoui is the regional youth leader and community mobilization within Young Leaders Entrepreneurs (YLE). She is leading the Peace Lab Kasserine within the network of Peace Lab project founded by the YLE. She is also a UNFPA 2250 youth and peace resolution network member. Currently she studies Computer studies Engineering in ISAMM Manouba.
Director of the Association Conarte Internacional, holds a BA in arts with a specialization in theatrical performance from the University of Chile and an MA in Cultural Management from the Simón Bolívar Andean University. Prior to joining ConArte, Marcela worked as cultural animator at the National Council of Culture and Arts in Chile and as a cultural manager at the National Coorporation for Indigenous Development.
Nevelina Pachova is a researcher whose work focuses on development economics and participatory planning. She supports RMIT’s work on EdiCitNet (EdiCitNet https://www.rmit.eu/): Strategies towards integrating urban Edible City Solutions for social resilient and sustainably productive cities in Europe, which is funded through the Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation scheme. She has made research and coordinated projects within ConArte Internacional.
Alfonso Fernández is a painter and illustrator from Toledo, Spain. Currently he is studying Fine Arts at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid. He has received several courses and scholarships for painting.
Nerea Rodríguez comes from a small town of Toledo. She is studying Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid. She works on very different supports, enjoying watercolors and trying to discover the world through artistic expressions.