16 Nov 2016-2020: Living Europe
2015: Erasmus+ Journey
Pushed by an old eager to explore the world and the fact I couldn’t go on a Erasmus+ university mobility, which delayed my great curiosity to know more about Italy, I’ve started an quite interesting cultural journey.. Erasmus Youth Exchanges.. it all begun in the sunny and laidback Spanish island of Tenerife.
2016-2017: European Parliament
In September 2016 he is chosen as the Portuguese candidate to participate in the Francis Vals Fund (scholarship), having worked in the European Parliament in the International Trade Policy Committee (INTA). In addition to being a member
of the organizing team of more than 10 events, it elaborates a document “Contribution of International Trade Agreements to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Joining up forces with Microsoft EU Policy office, we organized an event on Digital Policy for young professionals and parliamentarian staff. In the NGO sector, I’ve also joined Rainbow Rose, a LGBTI network that brings together people from Socialist, Labour and Social Democratic parties across Europe, working for the advancement of LGBTI rights and against discrimination and exclusion across Europe.
2018: European Voluntary Service @ Nicosia (Cyprus)
From the beginning of the year he began to ponder his next steps, emerging an increasing desire to make a volunteer period. Motivated by the vertiginous approach of the 30, it begins to make efforts to find a challenge that fulfills its need of humanitarian support. So, I quit my job and in June I joined an NGO for cultural promotion and environmental preservation based in Nicosia, Cyprus.