charlotte wirth

charlotte-wirth
Journalist @ Reporter.lu
Website | Linkedin
SKILLS

(Investigative) Journalism,  Writing, Research and Communications

LANGUAGES

English, French, German, Spanish, Luxembourgish

NATIONALITY

Luxembourgish

Looking for new opportunities, looking for collaborations

I’m Charlotte, a journalist from Luxembourg. I write for the Luxembourg online magazine Reporter.lu, which focuses on investigative and in-depth journalism. While my main focus lies on European politics, I have a passion for human rights topics, which I try to cover as much and as often as I can.

Before moving to Brussels nearly two years ago, I completed my Master’s in Cultural Identity Studies at the University of St Andrews, a lovely coastal town in Scotland – famous for golf, and because it’s the place where Will and Kate met. My dissertation analysed photographic representations of the Rwanda genocide against the Tutsi, exploring how photography can help draw attention to human rights abuses and individual suffering.

Prior to that, I worked as an independent journalist in Luxembourg, as well as conducting academic research projects as assistant to the Chairholder of the Unesco Chair in Human Rights at the University of Luxembourg.

I am curious, open-minded and passionate about my work, never leave my house without a book or coffee, and keen on meeting new people and on growing in my job and as a person.

charlotte-wirth
Journalist @ Reporter.lu
Website | Linkedin
SKILLS

(Investigative) Journalism,  Writing, Research and Communications

LANGUAGES

English, French, German, Spanish, Luxembourgish

NATIONALITY

Luxembourgish

Looking for new opportunities, looking for collaborations

I’m Charlotte, a journalist from Luxembourg. I write for the Luxembourg online magazine Reporter.lu, which focuses on investigative and in-depth journalism. While my main focus lies on European politics, I have a passion for human rights topics, which I try to cover as much and as often as I can.

Before moving to Brussels nearly two years ago, I completed my Master’s in Cultural Identity Studies at the University of St Andrews, a lovely coastal town in Scotland – famous for golf, and because it’s the place where Will and Kate met. My dissertation analysed photographic representations of the Rwanda genocide against the Tutsi, exploring how photography can help draw attention to human rights abuses and individual suffering.

Prior to that, I worked as an independent journalist in Luxembourg, as well as conducting academic research projects as assistant to the Chairholder of the Unesco Chair in Human Rights at the University of Luxembourg.

I am curious, open-minded and passionate about my work, never leave my house without a book or coffee, and keen on meeting new people and on growing in my job and as a person.