The scholarship to study a master’s degree in food law at the Luiss School of Law, located in Rome, is made available through an agreement between ICC, ICC Italy, and Luiss Guido Carli University.
Launched annually, the scholarship aims to strengthen the global network of food law experts by offering the chance for an ICC member to advance their legal skills and deepen their knowledge of European and international regulation through a high-level educational programme.
Felipe Samaniego Vélez, a member of ICC Ecuador, and Samira Soleymanzadeh, a member of ICC Iran, are both previous recipients of scholarships thought the initiative.
Ms Addai said:
“I am extremely thankful to ICC, ICC Italia and Luiss University for granting me this wonderful opportunity to be part of the 2024 LLM in food law class of the prestigious Luiss Guido Carli. With this opportunity, I am of the firm belief that I am not only seeking education, but also aiming for great achievements. I appreciate the trust in my abilities, and the opportunity to bring about a positive influence.”
The ICC Agri-food initiative facilitates discussion and collaboration between institutions and business in the agri-food sector with priority focus on sustainability, innovation and trade policy.