Nicoletta Enria is Italian, originally from La Spezia, but grew up in London, Rome and Frankfurt. She graduated from University College London studying Language and Culture, with a focus on German and Arabic. After working in minority rights in Brussels at the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, she completed a masters at the LSE, where she specialised in EU politics, migration and asylum policy and statelessness. Currently, she is immigration research officer for LSE’s 89 Connect think tank, editor of Europe & Me and is preparing to move back to Brussels for the Robert Schuman Traineeship at the European Parliament. Follow her for rants on Brexit, Italian politics, feminism, refugee and migration politics on twitter @NicolettaEnria.