Fiona Schüler holds a Master's degree in European Affairs from Sciences Po, Paris and a BA in Media Studies from Ruhr-University Bochum and University of Udine, Italy. She has gained work experience in communications with various development cooperation agencies involving field work in Africa, India and Peru. She has worked for UNESCO, German Agency for International Cooperation and for a member of the European Parliament. Currently Fiona serves as a public affairs consultant advising international companies on political and communication matters. In her research Fiona focuses on transformation processes and democratization, particularly in Peru where she carried out field research.
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