Laura Dellagiacoma is a PhD candidate at Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena (Germany) and is working within the Institute for Democracy and Civil Society (IDCS)/Amadeu Antonio Stiftung (AAS). She graduated in psychology at the University of Padua (Italy) and gained experiences abroad at the University of Hamburg (Germany) and at University of Helsinki (Finland). Her master thesis is based on the research project “DigiIN – Towards socially inclusive digital society” of the University of Helsinki, in which she participated as a research assistant. She worked as a project management assistant within the EUMINT Project (Euroregions, Migration and Integration) project of the Eurac research institute of Bolzano. Before joining the NETHATE, Laura worked as a trainee at the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), within the research and data unit (R&D). In this role, she mainly worked on the EU Immigrants and Descendants Survey and on hate crime.