Franziska Ziegler is a researcher of the Migration Policy Research Group at the University of Hildesheim. She works within the project SOLDISK – Discourses on solidarity in the context of migration and, up until 2020, has been a part of the project Two worlds apart? Comparing local integration politics in urban and rural municipalities as well. Prior to her current occupation, Franziska was a researcher at the German Institute for Human Rights, working for the research network of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union (FRANET). She studied political science and international law at Maastricht, Amsterdam and Vancouver. During her studies she gained experience as a research and editorial assistant in both fields of study and interned, amongst others, with the German Foreign Office and the European Commission.
Comparative Politics and Governance (SUH | winter term 2019/20) | Migration Policy and Politics in the National and International Context (DHBW | summer term 2020) | Migration - Participation - Solidarity (SUH | summer term 2020) | The German Political System (SUH | winter term 2020/21)