Clara joined Future Worlds Center as a short-term visiting scientist between February and June 2022. She then moved on to London to pursue a PhD in Literature.
Clara has a background in literature studies. Having worked across a range of cultural contexts, she strives to bridge social issues with the arts. She has an MSC in Comparative Literature from the University of Edinburgh and has some poetry and essay that has recently been published by Inkwell Magazine, La Piccioletta Barca, and Wells Street Journal.
Clara has been involved in several face-to-face and virtual SDDP applications during her stay:
- Addressing Racial, Economic and Educational Inequalities through Our University Network which focused on action aiming to decolonize the curriculum
- Obstacles we face when designing and implementing GEPs in R-I-PEERS, which was organized as a virtual SDDP by the Greek partners of the R&I PEERS project.
- AER-V-Recommendations for international project managers competences recognition and validation for lifelong learning, an ERASMUS project aiming to develop validation and certification for competencies in managing EU projects
- Virtual SDDP MedBEESinessHubs 2022, in the context of XXXX aiming to train stakeholders in using Structured Democratic Dialogue to address their conflicting interests and positions.
Clara worked with Kevin Dye to prepare a draft article on gender equality as a result of the Athens SDDP. She also served as one of the main contact persons for the AER-V-Recommendations for international project managers competences recognition and validation for lifelong learning organized in Paphos by Future Worlds Center in May 2022.