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WYDE Civic Engagement

Network of Young Decision-makers

Part of Women and Youth in Democracy Initiative

Nicolás Albertoni

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay

Active Network Member

From: Uruguay

Active since: 2023

Nicolas Albertoni is the current Uruguay’s Deputy Foreign Minister. He holds two PhDs: in political science and international relations from the University of Southern California (USC) -where he received the Order of Arethe, the highest honour accorded to graduate students-, and in Business Administration from The Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina (UCA).

He is the author of three books about trade policy in Latin America and Uruguay: “Uruguay como solución” (Penguin Press, 2019), “Instrucciones para inventar la rueda” (Penguin Press, 2014) and “Entre el barrio y el mundo ¿Mercosur o el modelo chileno?” (Penguin Press, 2011).

In 2018 he was recognised by the Global Americans Journal as one of the 20 New Generation of Public Intellectuals of Latin America. The same year he received the US National Council on International Trade Development Award for his research on the impact of trade protectionism in Latin America.

Member Related Activities

Date: 06/15/2023

First meeting of the Network of Young Decision-makers

WYDE Civic Engagement Network of Young Decision-Makers brings together a group of exceptional young leaders under 36 years old who are active in politics and in decision-making bodies and who have already reached positions of influence from which they can advocate for greater youth political participation.

From 11/12/2023 to 11/14/2023

Social development for a democratic and just world

The Network of Young Decision-Makers will contribute to the discussions of Club de Madrid’s Annual Policy Dialogue 2023