Elizia Volkmann is a British freelance journalist based in Tunis for the past five years covering Tunisian politics, social and economic issues as well as the wider Maghreb and Euro-med region. She has covered Tunisian politics extensively reporting on the 2019 elections and analyzing online influence and disinformation around the political campaigns and news within the region.
Her articles have appeared in The Times, The BBC, Al Jazeera English, and Al Monitor. She has made several appearances on air on TV for Al Jazeera, DW, and Euronews as well as radio for Monocle. She is also an active advocate for press freedom and the right to free speech and human rights. She has presented at conferences such as Rightscon, the annual conference on digital human rights. She is also involved in animal rescue and animal charities.
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