Britta Moormann

Britta Moormann

Britta Moormann (Germany) specializes in Security and Technology. She holds a BA Double-Degree in Political Science, Sociology and Spanish Studies from the University of Bonn. Throughout her educational and professional experiences, Britta has focussed on International Relations. Whilst continuing her IMSISS studies, she undertook a fellowship with the Bonn Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Learning where she was responsible for social and administrative counseling, the organization of social events, translations as well as design and promotion of outreach material, particularly within the Houses of Resources Project. Britta enjoys organizing impactful events bringing people of different cultures and professional backgrounds together and by this contributing to a steady growth of multicultural knowledge and appreciation. As an early scholar, her areas of interest include Women’s Rights, Migration and Cyber Security.

Women’s reproductive health rights and the economic crisis in Venezuela
“Venezuela is stuck in a severe economic crisis. Inflation rates are reaching 1,000,000 per cent while GDP is falling by
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