New trainees at the Norwegian Mission to the UN

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The new trainees, from left: Thea Herstad Moen, Pirasant Premraj, Juni Nyheim Solbrække, Klara Råbu and Ida Stuhr Sjøblom. Photo: NorwayUN/Ragnhild H. Simenstad.

We welcome our new trainees for this fall! Find out what they will be doing in this introduction regarding their work at the Norwegian Mission to the UN.

The five new trainees have arrived from various places in Norway and from a broad specter of academic backgrounds. They are excited to substitute their university campuses with the halls of the UN headquarters and discuss issues that they previously have only encountered in a classroom setting.

Thea Herstad Moen, 25, from Drammen, is a Master's student in Media Studies at the University of Oslo and will be working with Press and Communications.

Pirasant Premraj, 22, from Oslo, finished his Bachelor in Economics and Business Administration from the Norwegian School of Economics. He will be working with International and Sustainable Development.

Juni Nyheim Solbrække, 24, from Oslo, is currently a law student at the University of Oslo and will be working with Legal Issues.

Klara Råbu, 22, from Oslo, finnished her Bachelor in Economics and Business Administration from the Norwegian School of Economics. She will be working with International and Sustainable Development.

Ida Stuhr Sjøblom, 22, from Horten, completed a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Economics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and will be working with issues related to Peace and Security.

For a full list of employees and contact info at the Mission, please see our page The Team.