Born and raised in Zhytomyr, Ukraine Karyna Koliadych is a Master in International Relations student at Corvinus University of Budapest. As an active participant of civil society she toopk partt in numerous youth projects and worked for such NGOs Transparency International and governmental institutions, namely MFA and the Parliament of Ukraine. Currently she is an Ambassador at the charitable fund Klitschko Foundation. After an internship at the Robert Schuman Institute she became interested in pursuing a project on reducing domestic violence in Ukraine. Karyna is passionate about anti-corruption and youth involvement in civil society and politics. Apart from this, her sphere of academic interest is political and socioeconomic issues in Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia countries. In her final year of MA studies Karyna is planning to work for a think-tank related to the survey on politics in Asia. Nevertheless, she would like to support the ongoing Ukrainian reforms on HR and anti-corruption.
Updated May 2019
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