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Current interns based at ECMI Flensburg office

Elena Antohi (Moldova)

Elena Antohi is currently studying for a Master’s of Arts in European
Studies at Europa Universität Flensburg. She received her bachelor’s
degree in International Relations and European Studies from Ovidius
University in Constanța, Romania. Her academic interests cover national
minorities rights and migration policies within EU.

As an ECMI intern, Elena is assisting Eastern Partnership Programme in
logistics and communication matters.

Internship duration: August - October 2015


Francesco Biagini (Italy)

Francesco Biagini is currently pursuing a Master´s Degree in International Law and Human Rights at the UN-Mandated University for Peace. He received his Bachelor Degree in Political Sciences, International Relations and Human Rights from the University of Padova. His areas of interests cover Minority and Migrants issues within the European region.

At the ECMI, Francesco is working on a project of definition of piloting indicators for the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities, in order to contribute to the improvement of the monitoring system of the Council of Europe´s bodies on the protection and implementation by the member States of the fundamental rights of the national minorities.

Internship duration: July-August 2015


Dilara Shayegan (Turkey)

Dilara Shayegan is currently doing her master's degree in European Studies at the European University of Flensburg. She received her bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Dokuz Eylül University in Izmir, Turkey. Her interests are migrant minority rights, discrimination policies and integration and immigration policies.  

She will be working at Culture and Diversity cluster for the media project which aims to collect national minority media in different European countries and create an online database. Apart from the aforementioned program, she is responsible of generating data about the legal and social status of the minorities in Turkey. Her research, which will help to prepare the substructure of her master thesis, will focus on the Turkish minority in Germany and their social integration into the mainstream culture.


Katarzyna Zbrowska (Poland)

Katarzyna comes from Poland and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in International Human Rights Law in Lund, Sweden. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Law with European Legal Studies at King’s College London. Her main academic interests are gender and human rights as well as religious and racial discrimination.

Katarzyna was interned at the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the Council of Europe. During her Master’s studies, she was the Vice-President of a student-run human rights organisation Jus Humanis, which works under the auspices of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.

Internship duration: July-August 2015



Current non-resident interns

Non-resident interns are not based at ECMI office, however, they assist ECMI Senior Researchers or project managers in various research related tasks. Current non-resident interns are involved in Media and Diversity project of the Cluster Culture and Diversity and the MMTE project.

To become a member of the ECMI team...

Please follow the link here to review the current opportunities and vacancies at ECMI.

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