Fiona Weber-Steinhaus is a German-British reporter based in Hamburg. Her beat: features, portraits, in-depth reporting. Her topics: society, culture and politics. She moderates panels and hosts journalism workshops. In 2019 and 2018, she reported from Democratic Republic of Congo and South Asia with a research grant from the European Journalism Center. From 2013 to 2018, she worked as as an editor at NEON magazine. In autumn 2016, she spent three months in India as a fellow of the Robert Bosch Foundation. She is an alumni of the Henri Nannen Journalism School in Hamburg. She studied Politics, Theatre Studies, and Communication Science at Trinity College, Dublin, and at the Universities of Glasgow and Münster. She is a member of the journalists’ collective Kill Your Darlings, the Indo-German Media Network, Netzwerk Recherche, and Reporters Without Borders.