Stefania Ledda

Stefania is a proofreader at MI Post since November 2022. Her Sicilian (and even more) origins make her feel like an “international” citizen: she is an Italian native speaker, speaks fluent English and French, and also is a beginner in Chinese and German. 

After earning a bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages and Civilizations and a master’s degree in Languages for Intercultural Communication, she realized her passion for news/current events and geopolitics. In particular, she reads about how governments treat and exploit cultural heritage for their own benefit, such that she wrote her master’s thesis about crimes against cultural property committed from Europe to the Middle East, from the 20th century to the last years, and the protection of such heritage in war zones. 

Stefania is already a member of an international foundation for whom she translates real stories of people coming from all over the world from English to Italian, and a translator at an online newspaper about European politics. She wanted to join an inter-national group of young people to promote dialogue, explore the world, and work on international topics.

For MI Post, Stefania proofreads and fact-checks articles about international law, rights, international organizations, and the economy.