Gabriele RotaGabriele Rota has a degree in mediolatin philology from University of Milan and a master degree in Italian and linguistic sciences at Università di Bologna (with a thesis on automatic language processing for the recognition of false news on social media). He has been educational tutor for the Royal Arcore Associazione Culturale Linguistica (Arcore), editorial assistant for the non profit association "Succede solo a Bologna", web editor, as well as member of various musical groups as a drummer. Gabriele is now participating as volunteer to the Erasmus+ project "Youth on the bridge, European identity between Italy and Georgia".
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Liziko ArdasheliaLiziko Adashelia has a Bachelor in Philology and Literature (English, German and Russian at Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University) and a Master of Social Anthropology (Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania). Lisa has a rich curricula regarding inter-cultural academic gatherings throughout Europe, as well as a wealth of subscriptions to online courses provided by disparate universities (at least 8, ranging from Alison.com, to Wesleyan University, University of Edinburgh, Università per Stranieri di Siena, and more). From 2015 to 2017 she worked as a volunteer for Georgian Publishers and Booksellers Association (2015), as a tourist guide for Georgia Travel (2016), as English teacher for English Tochka, as translator for Tebula, and as sociologist/analyst fo Kulturos. (2017) She has excellent languages skills and an incontestable talent for communication and team working.
Manana JokharidzeManana Jokharidze has a degree in Management of cultural tourism (2009, Theater and Film University) followed by a specialization course as tour guide, as well as a consistent preparation in the Italian language studies. She has attended courses of Italian language from 2012 to 2014 at Dante Alighieri Society; from 2014 to 2016 at NGO “Minerva” (still in Tbilisi) and in the same period obtained a scholarship for an intensive course of Italian at “Villa Feltrinelli”, in Gargnano del Garda (an initiative of University of Milan). From 2010 to 2015 she participated to “informative tours” in Turkey, Egypt and Italy, and she held various positions at travel agencies in the same period. In 2016 she worked as operator and assistant at National Screening Center, and in 2018 she carried out an internship at National Archives of Georgia. Manana Jokharidze has a proficient level in reading, listening, and writing the Italian language. She is attentive to details, professional and accurate in the activities carried out, and among her talents and passions, a special place is held by child care and childhood education.
Mattia BaldoniMattia Baldoni has a degree in Political Science and International Relations from Università degli Studi di Perugia and a master degree in Local and global development from Università di Bologna. His field of study is focused on the area of Russia/CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) and Caucasus and is collaborating as redactor with the newspapers “Il caffè geopolitico” and “Russia2018”. He had been doing an internship at Fondazione di ricerca Istituto Carlo Cattaneo (Bologna) and at Università degli Studi di Perugia (Progetto FISE - Finestra sull'Europa) and is now participating as volunteer to the Erasmus+ project "Youth on the bridge, European identity between Italy and Georgia".