The
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#HuCo2019
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29/03/2019
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Soiné



Anna Lisa Soiné

Student, Webster Vienna Private University

Panellist
Humanitarian Aid and Future Generations

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I am a current student at Webster University Vienna studying Psychology with a

minor in International Relations. Before I began my studies in Vienna, I

successfully established a German language program for refugees in my

hometown, managed a summer camp for children from socially deprived

backgrounds and held several positions as a volunteer in social aid projects such

as supporting children with special needs in their daily routine in Germany and

Ecuador and tutoring refugee children. Since then I focused on my studies as well

as on gaining professional experience during a 6-month internship with the

International Cultural Diversity Organization (ICDO).

For me being born as a part of the most privileged few percent of our world’s

population is not only a lucky position but comes with responsibility,

responsibility to care for the less privileged majority of our fellow human beings.

This responsibility is all-embracive and as soon as one has the resources to do

so, each and everyone of us should aim to MAKE A DIFFERENCE in this world. In

the words of Mahatma Gandhi “BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE

WORLD”.