Charlotte McDonald-Gibson is an experienced public speaker and is available for:
Talks and presentations
Master of Ceremonies duties
Her areas of expertise include migration, refugee policy, populism, nationalism, extremism, and general European affairs.
She has acted as a panel moderator and Master of Ceremonies at events organised by the European Union, the United Nations, the Carnegie Europe think tank, and other governmental and non-governmental organisations.
In December 2018, Charlotte gave a TEDx speech in Antwerp about the rise of hate speech in politics, and in April 2019 she testified in front of the British Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, answering questions about Europe's response to the refugee crisis.
Charlotte is also available for radio and TV interviews.
She has regularly featured on outlets including Sky News, France 24, London Live, CBC, Monocle 24, and various BBC radio stations and TV channels to discuss both her book – Cast Away: Stories of Survival from Europe’s Refugee Crisis – and general E.U. related news