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Sabrina Ferraz Guarino

Network and Research Intern

Sabrina Ferraz Guarino joined UNESCO-UNEVOC in September 2019. She currently contributes to the work of the UNEVOC Network Secretariat and the Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET (BILT) project. Her main focus within the BILT project is on the thematic work stream of migration, concentrating mostly on labour market integration and skills mobility.

Prior to joining the UNESCO-UNEVOC, Sabrina worked for two years an the German Youth Migration Service (JMD). The JMD focuses on the school to work transition and on the social inclusion of young people aged 12-27 with a migration background.

She holds a Bachelor's degree in Linguistics and Cultural Studies and two Master's Degrees in European Studies, with a focus on Migration, Asylum and Citizenship.

Contact

s.ferraz-guarino(at)unesco.org

+49 228 815 0155



page date 2019-10-30

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