Young, energetic, passionate about youth activism and participation, eager for enhanced youth representation and for the empowerment of their peers, we introduce the next generation of Albanian Youth Delegates, Fiona Dinollari and Henri Fero.
Fiona Dinollari, 21, is a psychology student at the University of Tirana. She has started activism at a young age, by volunteering at Save the Children, where she currently works.
During her time at this organization, Fiona has represented SC at an international level in Norway and has also worked on the UndeRadio project. She has served as editor-in-chief for Radio Culture and her engagement also consists of fighting for environmental causes at a local level with “Durresi Aktiv”. She also volunteers at the United Nations Youth Association of Albania.
During the last years, Fiona has also been an educational rights activist, creating national campaigns that aimed at the transformation of the Matura process.
She is passionate about literature and writing, and she has been honored with prizes at a local and national level. She has graduated from SABBAT, a project of the Ministry of Culture and also from MIRAI, an internship of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
Other than advocating for child and human rights, she has a deep interest in fighting against stigma related to mental health, contributes to climate action and youth empowerment, and also promotes the national culture and traditions of Albania.
Henri Fero is twenty-four years old currently pursuing an Integrated MSC degree in Medicine in Tiranë. Born in Athens, he spent his early years in Greece. From 2001 to 2014, he lived in the Albanian city of Fier where his engagement with youth activities started.
In 2019, Henri participated in the “International Medical Tournament” in Novosibirsk, Russia, along with a team of four students, representing Albania. His team ranked third in the preliminary phase, out of 48 universities around Euro-Asia.
During that same year, in May, Henri co-founded the “Albanian Committee of Medical Students” (ACMS) where has served as a member of the executive board since then. In August 2019, Henri served as Head of Delegation for the ACMS integration process in the “International Federation of Medical Students” in Taipei, Taiwan.
Since then, ACMS has become a member of the federation, which has created new opportunities for medical students across the country and the chance to interconnect and build a partnership with young medical students around the world.In 2020, Henri published two scientific case reports in International Journals.
Henri is a passionate, energetic and sociable young man that is sensible towards youth related issues.