Maite Vermeulen (1988) is the Conflict & Development editor at the Dutch online journalism platform De Correspondent. Her focus is on international relations, conflicts worldwide and (the future of) development aid. She has a special interest in Sub-Saharan Africa. Maite did her bachelor in Liberal Arts & Sciences at University College Utrecht, and her master in Conflict, Security and Development at King's College London. She worked as an editor for NRC Media before joining De Correspondent. She won the Audience Award of the prestigious journalism prize De Tegel for her long-term project about emergency aid. Her latest project is a documentary series for the KRO-NCRV, which features (among other places) DRC and Rwanda.
Interesting I must say, that of Ms. Maite Vermeulen. For she uses what we use as a technic in the manner of presentation of a programme to an audience that will cost money out of a thin budget.
For she takes a subject and builds upon it reinforced by visual means. With this, create with her audience the mental concept that is acceptable to the present to build as a foundation for the future. For this is the subject she is presenting for acceptance.
Whilst observing her credentials, was to notice she also as my self, in our university studies was in International Relations.