Maria FREITAS

Engagement and Programme Manager

As Engagement and Programme Manager at FEPS, Maria is responsible for designing and leading the foundation’s engagement programme with key European partners, as well as coordinating its flagship annual high-level conference Call to Europe and the youth lighthouse initiative Millennials and Gen Z Dialogue on Europe. Maria divides her work between managing FEPS’s relationship with strategic partners and sister organisations and representing FEPS externally with a view to reinforcing the foundations representation and views.

Prior to joining FEPS in 2015, Maria engaged in a diverse range of EU affairs work experiences, having worked for two S&D members of the European Parliament, the Financial Times (Mergemarket Group) and Vodafone.

Maria holds a Law Degree by the University of Lisbon, a post-graduation in European Legal Practice by Leibniz Universität Hannover, a Master of Arts in European Political and Governance Studies at the College of Europe and a Executive Master in Management at Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management.

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Publications
01/09/2020

Vote 16 – When opponents turn into supporters

This publication reflects the joint cooperation carried out throughout 2017 by FEPS, Društvo Progresiva and […]
04/03/2020

What is the European Dream?

The EU dream report drafted by FEPS and Policy Solutions draws insights from the EU […]
12/03/2019

The State of Populism in Europe 2018

a yearly report by FEPS and Policy Solutions on the populist trends in Europe
11/03/2019

Progressive Answers to Populism

Why Europeans vote for populist parties and how Progressives should respond to this challenge
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Audiovisual

#FEPSTalks 68: The generational impact of the coronavirus pandemic

#56 FEPS Talks: Vote at 16, would it reinforce the inclusion of young people in the democratic processes?

#29 FEPS Talks: Future of Europe: Bigger challenges call for greater political ambition

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