Our contributors

Kafkadesk relies on a wide network of contributors and partners scattered all over Central Europe and beyond to keep you up-to-date with the most recent news and events.

We’re always looking to add new talented writers to our team.

If you have a specific experience in one or several Central European countries, an expertise you wish to highlight or a topic you’re passionate about, we’d love to hear from you! Get in touch with us on social media (FacebookTwitterLinkedIn) or via e-mail at: news@kafkadesk.org

Ábel Bede

Ábel Bede was born in Budapest and is currently studying History at Durham University. He wrote his dissertation on early 20th century Hungarian politics and culture and published several pieces in prominent Hungarian newspapers.

You can check out all of his articles here.

Zsofi Borsi

A Budapest-born politics and economics graduate of Durham University, UK, Zsofi Borsi wrote her thesis on conspiracy theories present in Hungarian online political discourse. Zsofi has worked as an intern at various political and non-governmental organisations in Hungary, such as Political Capital Research and Consultancy Institute, Tom Lantos Institute or Klubrádió.

You can check out all of her articles here.

Márk Szabó

An international relations and European politics student at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, Márk grew up in a bi-cultural Slovak-Hungarian family, stoking his interest in Central European politics and cross-national relations. A former intern at the Bratislava-based Globsec Institute, Márk aims for a career in diplomacy.

You can check out all of his articles here.

Louise Ostermann Twardowski

A French student of Polish descent, Louise studies languages (Polish, Hungarian, Russian), linguistics and literature in Strasbourg. Passionate about Central European history, culture and literature.

You can check out all of her articles here.