Gian-Paolo Accardo is an Italo-Dutch journalist. He is VoxEurop's editor and was formerly deputy editor-in chief at Presseurop and Courrier International.
Jon Danzig is an award winning medical and investigative journalist, formerly at the BBC. He specialises in Health, Human Rights and the European Union.
Nicoletta is the online Editor of Europe & Me. Created in 2007, Europe & Me was started with five young people from different European countries coming together to provide a different type of reporting from that of many other European news outlets. Now in its 30th issue, the magazine has established itself as a space for a truly transnational dialogue fo...
Francesca is lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Maastricht. She holds a BA and MPhil in Political Sciences (2005) with a specialisation in International and Diplomatic studies (Laurea in Scienze internazionali e diplomatiche) at the University of Trieste (Italy), a Masters of Law of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Master en carrières judiciaires et juridiques, Dip...
Charlie is photographer who has turned CEOs upside down, got shouted at by political leaders, waded up to his chest in floodwaters, smeared paint on art dealers’ faces and poured pints for dogs. All of it has resulted in some great photographs. His drive is to tell personal stories in an intimate and unique way. He's also a passionate pro-European.
Isabel Chapman is a freelance project manager and young people’s expert. Isabel has worked with young people (ages 11 – 24) for the last seven years across the criminal justice system, inner-city estates and schools in London, deprived and challenging communities. Isabel has expertise in developing and coordinating co-created youth campaigns, particularly addressing social exclusion, inequal...
Hugo is a columnist and entrepreneur. He is chairman and editor in chief of InFacts, a journalistic enterprise making the fact-based case for Britain to stay in the European Union. His most recent book is "The In/Out Question: Why Britain Should Stay in the EU and Fight to Make it Better".
Tessa is the UK correspondent for the Austrian news magazine profil. She is the author of several books on Palestine, Russia and Chechen nationalism. She blogs in English and German on www.tessaszy.com.