Luiza Hoxhaj

Executive Director , Centre for European Policy Studies on Regional and Local Development-CRLDS Albania
  • Centre for European Policy Studies on Regional and Local Development-CRLDS Albania
  • Albania
Luca De Biase

Media Ecology Research director, Reimagine Europa

journalist, blogger, writer

Selçuk Yusuf Arslan

Teacher Trainer, Atatürk Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi

Dr. Selçuk Yusuf Arslan is a computer science teacher at Ataturk Vocational and Technical High School in Ankara, Turkey. Due to his interest in STEM and SDGs, he has been carrying out outstanding projects on these issues. He was selected as finalists of Global Teacher Prize in 2021. In addition, thanks to his projects related with coding and environment, he was one of the winner of ETF Green Skills Award. Likewise, he was awarded the Global Teacher Award by AKS Education in 2018. In 2019, he was selected as the Most Outstanding Young Person of the World Top 20 honoree by JCI in the category of Humanitarian and Voluntary Leadership. In the same year, he participated in the CERN International High School Teacher Programme. He was selected as the winner of STEM Alliance - Dell PolicyHack™ Competition. Moreover he was one of the lead teachers of Aerospace in Class Project which was funded by the Airbus Foundation and coordinated by European Schoolnet.

Margarita Pavlova

Director, UNEVOC Centre (Hong Kong)

Dr. Margarita Pavlova, PhD is the Director of the UNEVOC Centre (Hong Kong), which is a member of the global UNESCO-UNEVOC network, and an Associate Professor at the Department of International Education, the Education University of Hong Kong. Her research focus is on policy, planning and curriculum development in vocational education at both national and international levels, with a particular emphasis on education for sustainable development, green skills development and greening of the vocational education sector. Dr Pavlova’s regional research and development projects in Asia have been funded by different agencies including the Asian Development Bank, The World Bank, UNESCO and the European Training Foundation (ETF). Recently she has been a consultant for The SkillsFuture Singapore Agency on Training and Adult Education Landscape in Singapore study. Dr Pavlova has published widely in the fields of her expertise. She currently serves on the editorial advisory boards of two book series published by Springer: Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, and Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects.


Deputy Secretary, Government of The People's Republic of Bangladesh

David Cruickshank

Global Chairman, Deloitte

Dani Rodrik

Professor of International Economy, Harvard University

Naja Bentzen

Policy analyst, European Parliamentary Research Service