Archive for September 2018

YPFP Brussels Presents

Here you can find links to all staff interviewed for our new initiative: YPFP Brussels Presents. This new feature showcases the array of talent our organisation has working behind the scenes to make our organisation a success. Katie Low, Managing Director  Franziska Krueger, Programmes Officer Max Castro Antonio, Content Development Officer Georgiana Dragomir, Executive Director…

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YPFP Brussels Presents: Tom Van Rooy, Director of Programmes

YPFP Brussels’ Communications and Marketing team is pleased to introduce our latest initiative, YPFP Brussels Presents, which showcases the array of talent our organisation has working behind the scenes to make our organisation a success. Each interview will focus on one staff member revealing what they do for YPFP, what brings them to Brussels and…

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YPFP Brussels Staff List

Georgiana Dragomir, Executive Director Georgiana is the Executive Director of YPFP Brussels. She leads the long-term planning and strategic development of the branch while overseeing and coordinating with the Programmes, Security and Defence, Membership and Communication teams. In addition, Georgiana represents the branch within the wider Brussels community. She is a strong supporter of multiculturalism,…

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YPFP Brussels Presents: Georgiana Dragomir, Executive Director

Our latest initiative, YPFP Brussels Presents showcases the array of talent our organisation has working behind the scenes to make our organisation a success. Following up on our first interview, YPFP Brussels’ Communications and Marketing team is excited to showcase our next dedicated staff member: Georgiana Dragomir. As our Executive Directive, Georgiana leads the operations…

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The U.S. and the ICC or How to Reform Global Institutions Without Dismantling Them

By Katie Dobosz Kenney This article was originally posted in Political Insights. The International Criminal Court came under fire this week as the United States sought to rebuke ICC investigations into itself and its allies, i.e. Israel and Guatemala. Katie Dobosz-Kenney examines the detrimental impact that undermining a judicial body such as the ICC can have on…

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End of Summer Reading List

The end of summer is always bittersweet. To help smooth the transition back to the real world, the YPFP New York staff presents 10 recommendations for books, podcasts, and articles. Enjoy! Books Bring Out the Dog by Will Mackin, a collection of short stories by a Navy veteran that capture the psychological weirdness of military life…

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