Nicoletta Enria mm

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. She spent the past year working for the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization in Brussels and London. Now, she is studying MSc Global Europe: Culture and Conflict at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Follow her on twitter at @NicolettaEnria.

The Politics of Fear: the UN Global Compact for Migration and Aquarius

E&M’s Nicoletta Enria looks into why countries are refusing to sign the UN Global ...

Mimmo Lucano, Riace and the criminalisation of solidarity

On the 2nd October the mayor of Riace Domenico Lucano, known as Mimmo and ...

Literature without Borders: Festival of Italian Literature in London

E&M’s Nicoletta Enria sat down with award-winning author Marco Mancassola to chat about the ...

Europe’s Race Crisis: Why the Immigration Debate is All About Race

E&M’s Nicoletta Enria investigates: can we talk about immigration without talking about racism? When ...

The State of Migration: Juncker’s EU Solidarity Plan

“Our common European values and our historic responsibility are my starting point when I ...

The Integration Conundrum: Who gets to belong?

E&M‘s Nicoletta Enria recounts personal and intimate experiences of migration and integration – and ...

Europe Day: A day for celebration and reflection

Today, Europe celebrates Europe Day, otherwise known as Schuman Day in commemoration of the ...

Italian elections: The uphill battle that keeps getting steeper

As Italy faces a period of intense political turmoil, Nicoletta Enria assesses the recent ...