Staff

Eleonora Mura

Program Officer

Eleonora is in charge of partnership development and ressource mobilisation as well as program design and advocacy, working in particular at the design of the knowledge hub for ethics education for children. She has over 10 years of experience in the field of sustainable and inclusive development working with international organisations and NGOs both in the field and headquarters. Prior to her engagement with Arigatou International Geneva, Eleonora worked for the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (international IDEA) in Stockholm, Sweden. She also worked in the field of education and non discrimination while supporting the work of a start-up NGO in Prague, Czech Republic, as well as while working as a consultant for the Roma Education Fund, based in Budapest Hungary. Both organisations have the mandate to promote inclusive education for the Roma minority in Central and Eastern Europe. Eleonora also worked for the United Nations Peace Keeping Mission in Western Sahara (MINURSO), the Embassy of Italy to Syria and the United Nations Volunteers Headquarters in Bonn, Germany. She holds a Master degree in International and Public Affairs from the LUISS School of Government and a Master degree in International Relations, specialising in Human Rights protection from the University of Florence. Eleonora is originally from Italy and speaks Italian, English, French, Czech and Spanish.