Fiona Weber-Steinhaus



Fiona Weber-Steinhaus is a German-British reporter based in Hamburg. Her beat: features, portraits, in-depth reporting. Her topics: society, culture and politics. In autumn 2016, she spent three months in India as a fellow of the Robert Bosch Foundation. She is an alumni of the Henri Nannen Journalism School in Hamburg. She studied Politics, Theatre Studies, and Communication Science at Trinity College, Dublin, and at the Universities of Glasgow and Münster. She is a member of the journalists’ collective Kill Your Darlings

Funded projects

At the Battlefront of Birth

From Burgwedel to Beni: The Global Battle Against Ebola

The project will trace the line of the vaccination rVSV-ZEBOV from the first clinical trials to the patients in North Kivu, DRC. The journalists will describe the difficulties of fighting the virus and the advancements related.