Coordination team

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Alicia Amancio (26), Brazil

I am working as a youth and inclusion consultant. I studied International Relations at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC).
I have been involved in international climate change policy, volunteering for five years at YOUNGO (the official youth group at the UNFCCC).
For the last four years, focused my work on fostering the regional participation of indigenous and black peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean in the climate space. Coordinated "Navega por la Acción Climática", "Unidos por la Acción Climática".


Ati Gunnawi Viviam Villafaña (26), Colombia

I am indigenous of the Arhuaco people of Colombia and a political scientist. I participated in international projects such as "United for Climate Action" and "Building Bridges for Climate Action". My work has earned me the recognition of Forbes Colombia magazine as one of the 100 most important women in Colombia in 2023 and likewise, Forbes Mexico selected me as one of the 100 most committed Latinos to climate action in 2023. 



Clara von Glasow (29), Germany

I am a lawyer with expertise in international climate policy. I co-founded several organizations and projects on climate justice focused on increasing the participation of marginalized groups. In 2018 I served as the Global Focal Point of YOUNGO (the official youth group to the UNFCCC) and since then has been member of the YOUNGO Global Coordination Team. I participated in the project Sail to the COP, co-founded and coordinated the projects "Sail for Climate Action", "Building Bridges for Climate Action", "Unite for Climate Action at COP26" and "Latin American Youth Climate Scholarship".