Corinna Milborn is an Austrian political scientist and journalist, who grew up and studied in various different countries throughout Europa and the Americas. She has worked for the WWF as in expert in globalisation, she writes for liga and Format, was previously active for Austrian television’s discussion programme Club 2 and now presents Puls 4’s programme Pro und Contra [For and Against]. Corinna has also won various journalistic prizes, including the Bruno Kreisky for political writing and the Concordia Prize for publications on human rights’ themes. She has been published as a co-author of Guatemala: Ein Land auf der Suche nach Frieden. Politik – Geschichte – Kultur – Begegnungen [Guatemala: a Country in Search of Peace. Politics – History – Culture – Encounters] (Brandes & Apsel, Frankfurt am Main 2002), Schmerzenskinder [Desert Children] (2005), Ware Frau. Auf den Spuren moderner Sklaverei von Afrika nach Europa [Women as Wares: On the Trail of Modern Slavery from Africa to Europe] (2008) and 3096 Tage [3096 Days] (List, 2010). She is also the author of Gestürmte Festung Europa [Fortress Europe Under Siege] (2006).
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