Jordan Kent

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Jordan Kent
Jordan Kent
With FWC January 2018 - September 2021
Title Project Coordinator
Key Project(s) Reinventing Democracy in the Digital Era (UNDEF)
Global Education Goes Local
Degree(s) Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Filed(s) of study Political Scienece and International Relations
University(ies) Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Mrs. Jordan Kent joined Future Worlds Center as an intern in January 2018. In 2019, Jordan worked as an associate on several projects, including the Reinventing Democracy in the Digital Era (UNDEF) and MARINA. In particular, she has been a key peson in analysing the data from the project Reinventing Democracy in the Digital Era (UNDEF). She worked as Project coordinator for Global Education Goes Local (GEGL) and MigratED.


Jordan Kent is originally from The United States. Previously, she lived in New Zealand for 4 years where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations. While in University, Jordan interned at the United States Embassy in the Public Affairs Section.

In Cyprus from January 2018 - May 2021, Jordan worked in a varity of different capacities at Future Worlds Center, working under the guidance of Yiannis Laouris.


Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
BA in Political Science and International Relations.

List of SDDs facilitated, co-facilitated, Participated

Date Location Project Triggering Question Title of SDDP Role(s)
2018 Larnaca, Cyprus Larnaca International Mobilisation and Mutual Learning (MML) Workshop What Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) actions are needed for a resilient, responsible and sustainable maritime sector by 2030? Participant
2018 Larnaca, Cyprus "Translating My Cyprus Experience Into An Israeli Social Mission" Assistant Facilitator
2021 Virtual with participants from Cyprus and New York Addressing Racial, Economic and Educational Inequalities through Our University Network What initiatives/actions could the communities of faculty/staff/students around the Open Society University Network take that would contribute towards narrowing racial, economic, and educational inequalities? Assistant facilitator
2020 Virtual with participants from Cyprus, Ghana, and Kenya Global Education Goes Local (GEGL), Summer school with the global South What initiatives/actions/projects/policies would you propose, which if implemented by youth organizations would foster the understanding of the interconnectedness between the developing countries and the European Union thus contributing to the successful implementation of the SDGs and helping create a strong and sustainable North-South network of young people and/or educational institutions? Co Facilitator, project manager