Anneke Veltman joined the Institute as communications intern in August 2016, and currently holds the position of communications officer. She has a strong interest in the intersections between media and government. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Arts and Culture from Maastricht University, where she wrote her thesis on embedded journalism in the Iraq War. At the same university she then completed a master’s program in Media Culture with a thesis about digital diplomacy. Currently she is pursuing a master’s degree in International and European Relations in Linköping, Sweden.
Professional experience includes a communications internship for a talent development program in Maastricht, and an internship with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she was responsible for the communication strategy of the Environment, Water, Climate and Energy Department.
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