Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Diversity and Social Conflict

Stefania Vittori

Stefania Vittori
vittorii (at)

Research interests

Migration discourses and policies, border and securitization discourses/ approaches on european level

Curriculum Vitae

04/2018 - 09/2018 - Intern at Gunda-Werner-Institute, Heinrich-Böll Foundation, Berlin

08/2016 - 01/2017 - Intern assistant at the parliamentary project „AGORA“ Portal, UNDP Brussels 

Since 06/2017: student assistant at the Department of Diversity and Social Conflict, Humboldt University Berlin


2015-2018: Bachelor of Arts Political Sciences, Free University Berlin


Conference Participations 

Conference on "Internet policies and digital society", 10-11 September 2019 by Internet Governance Forum, Berlin 

Panel on "Die 68er: Ein Aufbruch, der bis heute dauert!", 20.November 2018, taz cantine Berlin, organized by Antje Kapek, Green Party

Conference on “Gender und Migration als Bildungsfaktoren. Intersektionale Zugänge im gesellschaftlichem Wandel“, 9-11 November 2017, Humboldt University.



05/2019 held Workshop on "Another89! - How to shift perspectives of collective memory" 

10/2015 Participation in Youth Islam Conference 

04/2015 Organization of workshops on "Youth under National socialism in Germany" and "Persecution of Sinti and Roma communities during the Nationalsocialism" for the Wannsee Conference and the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum, Berlin



04/ 2019 Europe heads to the polls: right-wing networks form along with family policy issues. Right-wing populists are trying to restructure Europe. The common starting point is family policy.


12/2018 The Black Female Artists Who Pioneered Alternative Art Spaces in Mexico, published at Contemporary And Magazine.

11/2018 How Zimbabwean Women achieved their struggles for Independence through Resistance Songs, published at Contemporary And Magazine.

03/2018 Gender und Migration als Bildungsfaktoren. Intersektionale Zugänge im gesellschaftlichen Wandel

01/2017 Gender Equality Framework of Parliaments: Do gender quotas have the most effect on the political participation of women in parliaments? Portal for Parliamentary Development - UNDP

12/2016 The Power to Change: How influential are women in the post-apartheid decision-making in South Africa? Portal for Parliamentary Development - UNDP



Member of the Student Parliament of the Free Universität Berlin