The Peace Bag Team

Publication Team

Meghann Villanueva (FCV)

From the Philippines, living in Spain.
Peace Bag for EuroMed Youth Project Coordinator; Director of the Peace and Human Rights Programme of the Fundació Catalunya Voluntària.
Also in the training team.
Lillian Solheim (UNOY)

From Norway living in the Netherlands.
International Network and Programme Coordinator at UNOY Peacebuilders in the Netherlands.
Editor and co-author of other toolkits related to youth and peacebuilding such as "Partners for Peace" and "Youth Advocacy for a Culture of Peace".
Also in the training team.
Angela Cartagena Gimeno (UNOY)

From Spain and from the world.
Journalist first, and peacebuilder after editing the toolkit and taking part in the program.
Gayatri Navaratnam

From Toronto, Canada.
Completing her final year of Law School in the UK.
Daryl Daño (FCV)

From the Philippines.
Peace and Development Worker.
Ashley Renders (UNOY)

From Canada, living in Berlin - Germany.
Previous Advocacy and Communications Officer at UNOY Peacebuilders, graduate of MA Conflict Studies and Human Rights at Utrecht University.
Peter Weekley

From Sydney, Australia (aka 'that place far away from everywhere else')
Working for peace is a lot more fun than working for store development!
Maja Selan (Polish Robert Schuman Foundation)

From Slovenia, living in Poland.
Project Coordinator with special interest in European Voluntary Service and European Clubs.
Ainhoa Barcelona

From UK.
Final year Modern Languages student at the University of Bristol, England, with career aspirations in journalism.

Training Team

Mostafa Makhlouf (DNB)

From Egypt.
Works for Halliburton overseas and as activities coordinator of (Development No Border) DNB. Very happy to be part of the Peace Bag!
Dina Azziz (DNB)

From Egypt.
Vice president of DNB (Development No Border) association. Math teacher.
Lluc Marti (FCV)

Resident in Barcelona.
Project manager, trainer and event organiser. Degree on Law.
Jorge Carbajal Garcia (CESIE)

From Spain, living in Italy.
27 years old. Spanish journalist and social educator from La Coruña, Spain. Highly interested in intercultural and intergenerational exchanges as a way to improve conflict resolutions.
Kaisa Öim (FCV)

From Estonia.
Previous volunteer in Peace Bag project in frames of voluntary work programme AMICUS, supported by the European Commission. Graduated BA in Economics (spring 2008). Interested in intercultural learning and believes in peace as way of life.