AN INTERVIEW WITH YLLJET ALICKA
Ylljet Alicka was kind enough to answer our questions following the release of his latest novel (La valse du bonheur). What was the trigger for writing this novel? An article in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera in 2002. It was about an Albanian family that had sought refuge in the Italian embassy in Tirana. [...]
Christian Castelli: ‘I was struck by the warm and friendly atmosphere of the recent FEDE General Assembly.’
Christian Castelli is Chairman, Director-General and Founder of C2 Consulting Group, part of which is specialised in education. He talks to us about his career and explains why he joined the FEDE. What did you study? I have a master’s in economics (Aix-en-Provence University, 1983) and a diploma in neurolinguistic programming (1993). I have also [...]
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A NEW EXPERT AT THE FEDE
Eric Dumartin, a human resources expert and education and training professional, has recently joined the FEDE’s Panel of Experts What did you study? I’ve studied in a number of business schools. I have a master’s in human resources management from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris (2004), a human resources management diploma from INSEEC Business [...]
François Schweitzer: an ambassador for French luxury in the Middle East
François Schweitzer works in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), where he is in charge of luxury brand marketing in the Middle East. He has recently joined the FEDE’s Panel of Experts, bringing with him bags of global perspective. What did you study? From 1990 to 1993 I studied communications and culture within the EAC (Economics, Art [...]
Democracy in danger – humanism to the rescue!
Jean-Michel Quillardet (PhD in literature), a well-known lawyer and long-term member of the FEDE’s Academic Council, has just published his latest work at Editions Dervy. Pour un humanisme universel : Force, beauté et sagesse de la république laïque [Universal Humanism: the Strength, Beauty and Wisdom of the Secular Republic] is both profound and accessible, arguing that humanism [...]
Solenn Thomas: ‘Companies can and must reconcile human and economic concerns.’
Solenn Thomas is a managerial staff recruitment consultant at Alexander Hughes. Her job? To headhunt exceptional, high-potential professionals. She is also founder of the Eklore Festival, which brought together 1000 innovative entrepreneurs at the Paris City Hall last year. What did you study and what have been the highlights of your career? I’m a [...]
The Academic Council has gained a new member: Coralia Cotoraci.
Rector of the Vasile Goldiş University (UVVG) in Arad, Romania, Coralia Cotoraci is a medical professional and renowned teacher. She has just joined the FEDE’s Academic Council. In addition to a PhD (thesis title ‘Morphological and Evolving Clinical Aspects of Myelodysplastic Syndromes’), Coralia Cotoraci also has a master’s in psychology and psychotherapy. Well known in [...]
Cathy Leblanc: musicologist-philosopher, musician and author at the FEDE
Cathy Leblanc has a PhD and post-doctoral degree in philosophy. In addition to teaching at Lille-3 University, she is also a musician. A proud new addition to the FEDE’s Academic Council! Can you tell us more about your studies? I have a DEUG, a bachelor’s, a master’s and a DEA in English (Lille-3 University, 2001). [...]
Victor Towo Kamga, a specialist in law and public finance, has joined the Academic Council.
The FEDE is delighted to count the lawyer Victor Towo Kamga amongst the members of its Academic Council. A senior staff member at the French Directorate General of Public Finances, Victor Towo Kamga will provide the FEDE’s existing experts with specialist knowledge on African issues, public finance and law. What and where did you study? In September [...]
Blerina Zoto: an Albanian Francophile fighting for the dignity of minority populations
Blerina Zoto (MA, University of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV) is a humanitarian worker. What have been the highlights of your career? Throughout my career, and especially over the past ten years, I have held posts in the Albanian government. I have worked to defend human rights generally and the rights of Roma populations more specifically, striving [...]