Eurasia net Organigram
Eurasia net is a dynamic, resourceful and passionate team.
Here’s how it is structured:
We introduce you to the team
Eurasia net’s employed and volunteer team : a great energy to implement local and international innovations.
Bertrand has an international acaedemic background : studies in England, France and the United States. His various experiences in the field of youth, non-formal education and his travels to meet cultural diversity have transformed his life ! This recipe is the basis of his passion : he decided to work on the setting up of European and international projects and to accompany young people in order to integrate an international dimension in their lives.
With a team of people motivated by the interculturality and internationalism, he decided to create Eurasia Net. The objective : to accompany young people, organisations and institutions from local to international level and to promote exchanges between Europe and Asia. He is now the director and general coordinator of the structure. Contact him to co-construct tomorrow’s projects : he loves working in cooperation to create innovations in the fields of youth, education and social entrepreneurship!
ART AND LINGUISTIC PROJECTS
Dan is well-known Chinese artist who exhibits between Europe and Asia. She participated in the foundation of the associative project Eurasia Net and realized the exhibition “Eurasia Wings” for the 50 years of diplomatic relations between France and China, as well as an exhibition in Shanghai. She is in charge of artistic projects and intervenes in schools to raise awareness of the Chinese language, calligraphy and art. She is also in charge of cooperation projects with China.
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND VOLUNTEERING OFFICER
Italian and passionate about foreign languages and cultures, Giacomo is particularly interested in Asia and the Middle East. With a Master’s degree in International and Intercultural Negotiation and an interest in international relations and geopolitics, his dream is to work in the diplomatic field. To go in this direction, he decided to join the Eurasia Net team to concretise his desire to cooperate between Europe and Asia.
EUROPEAN VOLUNTEERING AND INTEGRATION PROJECT OFFICER
Following a career focused on international cooperation and significant experiences of volunteering and mobility (Civic service in Marseille, then International Solidarity Volunteering which allowed her to work for two years in Morocco), Annabelle joined the Eurasia Net team to support young people in their mobility and socio-professional integration projects.
ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE OFFICER
Cécile had the opportunity to do several different mobilities in Europe. First through an Erasmus semester in Sweden during her studies in economics, she then carried out a civic service in Lithuania with Eurasia Net, followed by an internship in the Netherlands. With this experience, she now joins the Eurasia Net team as an administrative officer, so that other young people can also have such opportunities.
EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION OFFICER
Passionate about (inter)actions with and for young people, Marielle has benefited from international experiences in Europe and Asia via ERASMUS student mobility, internships and International Volunteering in Administration. Marielle has worked for more than 10 years in the management and setting up of international projects in the cultural, scientific research and mobility sectors with NGOs, embassies and universities. Marielle has joined Eurasia Net to spread stars in the eyes of young people who engage in France or abroad to get to know themselves better and find their personal and professional path.
Juliette, who is passionate about international exchanges and intercultural encounters, has chosen to do her work-study placement with Eurasia net to be at the heart of stimulating projects and to highlight the actions of our association, while consolidating her communication skills. She is also keen to do a civic service or a CES after obtaining her BTS, so this experience will enable her to learn more about the objectives and missions on offer.
Currently completing a Master’s degree in International Affairs, in Cultural and Humanitarian Project Management, Mylène has joined the team in order to strengthen her skills and create her projects at international level. She has an interest for foreign languages and cross-culturality, therefore, she wants to work in different regions of the world, especially in East Asia and Southeast Asia.
Currently enrolled in a Master’s 2 course in humanitarian action and law, Olivia joined the Eurasianet team, both to validate her Master’s degree and to gain further experience. A keen traveler, she opted for an international civic service. She will spend 9 months in the cooperation department, working on the KA2 SL_ICP project, after which she will join one of our partner associations for her international phase. This experience with Eurasianet will undoubtedly enable her to enrich her knowledge of project management, and develop the soft skills needed to work in NGOs and associations.
Passionate about foreign languages and international relations, Amel is doing her french volunteering program with Eurasia Net to complete her Master’s degree in Foreign Languages Applied to Humanitarian and Cultural Project Management. During 9 months, she will use her skills in project management and will bring her support to the project Key Action 2-Service-Learning, before realizing its international phase. She is also the treasurer of the student association Action Solidarité Communication which trained her in Service Learning. Thanks to this association, she has realized projects of sustainable development and international solidarity and wishes to continue to defend and promote these values thanks to her experience at Eurasia Net.
With a bachelor’s degree in applied foreign languages in English-Japanese, Mmahalani joined us on a civic service program, initially to validate her bachelor’s degree, but also with the aim of taking a one-year gap year before resuming the master’s program in September 2024. Passionate about foreign cultures and international relations, she wants to learn more about interculturality and travel to gain experience, and at the same time polish her academic record. She will therefore be working for 9 months in the European Solidarity Corps unit with our European partners and local youth, before completing her international phase in Asia.
A graduate of Lancaster University, Igniacio wanted to complete his training with a Masters in International Development Studies. He is interested in foreign languages, finance, human resources and administration. He would like to develop his skills by getting involved with NGOs, associations and companies focused on international mobility. That’s why he’s doing a civic service with us, during which he’ll be supporting the European cooperation and civic service department.
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Animator and member of the Youth Council Leïla decided to take a break from her art studies to gain experience and professionalization. She decided to join the Eurasia Net team as a Civic Service in the communications department, where she spent 9 months learning to develop her skills within the organization. She will then go abroad for 3 months to complete her Civic Service. Passionate about the world’s cultures, this international phase will be a big step forward for our youngest!
I discovered Eurasia net in 2016 through a civic service in Marseille within the internal team. I took part in the implementation of international volunteering programs and some European projects on the theme of social entrepreneurship. With a university background in communication, project management and international studies, and the experience of several trips to Asia, volunteering at Eurasia net was a great experience for me. After my civic service, I spent a few months in Taiwan to continue learning Chinese and then ended up back in Marseille to contribute to Eurasia net’s development as Youth Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship Project Manager. For 3 years, I coordinated international civic service volunteer programs, and developed projects with local partners to participate in the region’s youth dynamic and enable young people to get involved in solidarity projects. I was also able to manage Erasmus+ projects focusing on innovation and social entrepreneurship, which helped raise awareness of social and environmental alternatives among young people and develop the Eurasia net network. Now settled in Toulouse for new adventures, I continue to keep an eye on Eurasia net and lend a hand for a good cause!
As part of an end-of-studies internship for my Master’s degree in International and Intercultural Negotiation, I decided to join Eurasia net for a Service Civique and was part of the team for a year and a half. What an experience!
Eurasia net gave me a lot in terms of professional experience and nice encounters.
That’s why, even after moving to Brussels for new professional experiences, I decided to join the Board of Directors to keep the link with Eurasia net and try to support the Eurasians!
After obtaining my Master’s degree in Education and Training, I decided to join the Eurasia net team for a one-year Civic Service.
This experience opened many doors for me. I was able to acquire new skills and participate in various European projects.
By joining the Board of Directors, I hope to maintain a link with the association and contribute to its development!
After graduating with a Master’s degree in Biodiversity Management and gaining initial work experience with a cement group, helping to reduce its biodiversity footprint, Léa decided to complete an internship in the same field in Paris, with a program to finance biodiversity preservation projects. She joins Eurasia net as a Civic Service within the association in March 2020. She is mainly involved in setting up two projects with an environmental impact for the European Solidarity Corps scheme: FADAS, and Human Green Growth. Following this experience, Léa took up her first position with the Union professionnelle du génie écologique in Paris, where she led several focus groups on issues of importance to members, then became manager of the training organization to which the association belongs. At the same time, Léa continues to maintain links with Eurasia net and its team, whose diverse projects, dynamism and social dimension interest her. She joined Eurasia net’s Board of Directors in 2022, to bring her experience of nature conservation issues to the association’s development.
After high school, I wanted to live an experience abroad, and I was lucky enough to be selected to go on a civic service in Indonesia thanks to Eurasia net.
I spent 8 months volunteering in Indonesia and 4 months in Marseille with Eurasia net’s events team.
I loved being involved with the association and I was able to develop a lot of skills and qualities that I use every day.
Today, I’m doing a degree in English-Chinese with a specialization in International Business in Aix-en-Provence, and I’m very happy to have been able to join the Eurasia net Board of Directors so that I can stay in touch with the association and its future projects.
I first came across Eurasia net when I was looking for opportunities for young people abroad. Following several volunteer experiences in Cambodia, Spain and Greece, I wanted to add to my studies in anthropology by gaining experience in project management and contributing to the development of an association in Marseille, and it was at Eurasia net that I was able to do my civic service. During my 9 months with the team, I was able to develop both professionally and personally. On my return from Armenia, where I was able to complete my civic service, I was eager to continue the adventure. Today, as a member of the Board of Directors, I hope to contribute to enabling other young people to enjoy the wonderful experiences offered by Eurasia net projects.
Mustapha discovered Erasmus mobility in 2013 when he took part in intercultural encounters in Portugal and Italy with young people from all over Europe. Human encounters, cultural diversity and openness to others are part of Mustapha’s DNA. Since 2013, he has been involved in broader European cooperation projects in China, then in Vietnam at the start-up of Eurasia net. As an artist and graphic designer, he created the Eurasia net logo and the guide to international social entrepreneurship. In 2019, he’ll be making the data speak for itself by enhancing the impact study on volunteering with Eurasia net in a clear and explicit format. An ambassador for cultural diversity and international mobility as a source of openness, he now chairs Eurasia net to strengthen educational mobility opportunities accessible to all.
Curious by nature and passionate about different cultures, particularly Asian, I had the opportunity to be accompanied by Eurasia net during my first international volunteering. During this adventure, I went to Greece, to Ioannina, in the association Youth Center of Epirus (https://www.yce.gr/en/international-volunteers/johanna/) in 2015/2016. I was able to successfully rally my studies and my civic service in the same year, thanks to the encouragement of the members. During my volunteer work, I learned from others and from myself. That’s why today, I’m proud to continue my adventure as an administrator with Eurasia net. I currently have a degree in Human Resources, and I’m happy to share my knowledge.