Graduated in International Relations in INALCO Institute (Paris), I followed two internships in the European parliament in Brussels, where I had been working at the Department of the Internal and Cohesion Policy. During these internships I was attending Committee meetings, Delegation Meetings, Round Tables and Seminars. Moreover, I was writing reports and minutes on Committee Meetings, researching politics and European Union internal/external relations. In June 2008 our team organised the conference Agora on Climate changes with more then 500 participants from the civil society of European Union. Besides, as an intern at the European parliament I had several administrative duties.
After, I worked as a projects’ assistant (from April 2009 to May 2010, from June till December 2010 as an independent expert) to the International Federation of journalists in Brussels. The work consisted on the administrative support to the EU projects: preparing of conferences in different parts of the world (Russia, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Spain and Iraq) - flight tickets, hotel booking, permanent contact with participants and the East Europe members of the IFJ. More over, I’d like to mention the researching on Press Freedom issues and the daily monitoring on ethical journalism.
My main competence: I speak fluently French, English and I'm Russian mother tongue and I have an experience of EN-RU-FR translation/interpretation, working as administrative assistant (EC projects)