Angelica De Vito: from Scampia (Italy) to the UN, defending climate refugees 

(article written by Giorgio Del Gallo)

ROME, SEPTEMBER 6 – Angelica De Vito, born in 1995, from Campania, after graduating in Law from the Federico II University of Naples, an LLM in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary University of London and a Master in International Relations and Protection of Human Rights at SIOI, she is currently Adviser for the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations, as well as being the winner of a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship at Pace University in New York. Today she talks to us about the path she took her to the UN, about her passions and motivations and about the contribution of young people to the UN family.

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