Senior Research Fellow and Editor in Chief of the Progressive Post

Hedwig is FEPS Senior Research Fellow and Editor-in-chief of the Progressive Post, the magazine run by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies.

She joined FEPS in May 2016 as Senior Policy Advisor, working predominantly on migration and the Western Balkans.

She holds a Ph.D. in History of International Relations from the University of Florence and an MSc in History of International Relations from the London School of Economics.

From 2006 to 2015, she worked at the Fondazione Italianieuropei, where she was in charge of international relations and activities. She was also a member of the editorial staff of ‘Italianieuropei’, the foundation’s magazine.

She taught Politics and Economics of the European Union, and Italian History and Politics in academic programmes for US students spending a semester in Italy.

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Of walls and bridges

Guidelines for a policy of reception and inclusion of migrants

Our European Future

FEPS contribution to the Conference on the Future of Europe

Time to govern migration together: an opportunity for Europe and Africa

The EU’s incapacity to find a bold common policy that goes beyond scant agreements based […]

European public opinions and migration: Achieving common progressive narratives

Attitudes towards migrants are difficult to grasp – but they are less divided than populists […]
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Disinformation on migration after the invasion of Ukraine

Building up resilience against fake news
Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Africa Day 2022

Amsterdam, 28 May 2022 After two years in which it was not possible to organise […]

Migrant key workers and social cohesion in Europe

11 January 2022 As many other developed countries, the EU member states and the European […]
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Western Balkans closed-door meeting

Friends of the Western Balkans – 1st meeting

Afrikadag 2022

Africa Day 2022

#48 FEPS Talks: For a new, fair and inclusive multilateralism

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