Mariia Morozova
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  • Kyiv
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Diplomacy, Environment, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Security, Sustainability
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
As a senior at Vistula University, I am writing my diploma thesis on the water security post-2015 substantial agenda, focusing on strategies for protecting global environment and compliance of Millennium Development Goals. Because my career goal is to work on security policy and environment generally in Western and Asian regions, I am writing my bachelor’s thesis on environmental security policy and stewardship in order to gain knowledge on how international community handles these complex issues and what are the future perspectives for human beings.
Being an international student in Poland, I have learned a lot of things and got a memorable and rewarding experience, which will help me in my future profession, particularly in the cultural, social, political, economic, ethnic and ethical issues. I am from Ukraine, a developing country, which resides at the moment in a crisis recession, the boundaries of which are currently shaping every day; where cultural differences are a major stumbling block for finding and consensus-building. At the moment, Ukraine is one of the central issues for discussion in the world, for instance, at special meetings and different panels of the EU, the UN, NATO and many other organizations. Hence, I believe that my time as an intern will be doubly beneficial and useful for the program as I can bring a fresh look an many questions and issues.
Working with the Ethics Fellows for the Future would allow me to deepen my knowledge in differences of Asian and Western values and political structures; and to gain experience in climate change and economic spheres I hope to assist in my career. Because of my familiarity with ethic issues and development policies, as well as my language skills in English, Russian and Spanish, I would be happy to work on cases dealing with global ethics and state capitalism in international affairs, but I would also be delighted at the opportunity to work in any of the areas on which the program focuses, including history and cooperation; gender and traditions; citizenship and difference.

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East, West and Water Crisis Part I

Posted on June 25, 2015 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Water - whether too little, excessively filthy or excessively misused - is quick rising as one of the best worldwide dangers. Furthermore, it's a confounded test to go up against, particularly given the inseparable connections in the middle of water, and the generation of vitality and sustenance.

            It's difficult to take a gander at the manageability of one part without the other - incorporated arrangements are essential yet thin on the ground and business has a key part to…

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