Hermanin, Costanza

European University Institute

Costanza Hermanin is a researcher in the department of social and political science of the European University Institute, where she is completing her PhD on the implementation of EU anti-discrimination policy on grounds of race and ethnic origin in France, Germany and Italy. Her research interests comprise EU policies and institutions, and more specifically immigration policy and aspects related to the social inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in Western Europe. In the past two years, she has been conducting her research thanks to visiting positions at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) and at the Centre d’Etudes et Recherches Internationales (CERI – Paris). In the past, after completing a double Master’s-MPhil degree in Paris, she worked for the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for the European Commission’s Secretariat General, and for the Centre d’Etudes européennes of Sciences-Po Paris.

 

Thank you and good luck to Costanza

For more than a year Costanza Hermanin has worked for EUDO CITIZENSHIP, mainly by editing reports but also connecting with network experts and assisting in many other ways. Costanza is a natural multi-tasker, an academic researcher as well as an NGO activist. Her energy and dedication have been a great resource for building our observatory. Costanza has recently won a Fulbright fellowship and will move on to new geographic and academic shores after finishing her PhD at the European University Institute. My good wishes and those of all the EUDO CITIZENSHIP team will accompany her.

Rainer Bauböck (project director)