Saida Ibrahimava has more than ten years of successful experience in the nonprofit sector and more than five years working experience for governmental institutions. She has implemented a number of projects in the sphere of social inclusion, youth development, education, sports and volunteer movements. She holds a BA in International Relations from the Belarusian State University, and a MA in International Economy and Politics from the Charles University in Prague. She is the one of the co-founders of “Youth to Youth Initiative”(Y2Y) a non-profit umbrella organization that aims to construct effective frames for youth participation in the decision making process and in solving global challenges locally. Currently, she serves as a Director of Projects Development under Y2Y Action Hub (an interactive online incubator for socially beneficial ideas, concepts, startups, projects and initiatives created by youth and for youth). She enjoys focusing on the topics of youth leadership, Human Rights and dignity, deradicalization of youth, peace-building, social entrepreneurship, arts and culture, and has a strong passion for sustainability education. At the moment she works on the first global graffiti festival of both Western and Eastern civilizations, aiming to build an intercultural dialogue and understanding between them through new forms of art.
Sector: Non-Profit and NGO
Main Pillar: Youth
Areas of Expertise: Youth Engagement and Sports
Country of Origin: Belarus
City of Residency: Moscow, Russia