Antonia Kuhn is one of two German Youth Delegates to the UN General Assembly for the year 2018. She is currently enrolled as an undergraduate student at Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg in Germany, where she studies law and European law with a focus on international human rights protection. She has lived, worked and studied in Finland, Sweden, Brazil and Mexico for 3 years altogether and speaks German, English, Finnish, Spanish, Portuguese, as well as basic French and Swedish. Next to her studies, Antonia is actively involved in international youth work via Rotex, representing the Green Party’s campus group in her university’s student parliament and advocating for human rights with Amnesty International, where she currently also serves as head of her campus group. Antonia is strongly convinced that good solutions can only be found when all stakeholders are involved in the decision-making process, including stakeholders from all regions of the world. Therefore, Antonia is very happy to serve as a Youth Delegate Program Multiplier with WFUNA with the goal to increase the geographical representation of Youth Delegates to the United Nations.