Margot Cassiers (° 1992) is a Belgian historian and investigative journalist.

She studied History, Conflict & Development and International Investigative Journalism. She started her journalistic career as editor-in-chief of Verrekijkers Magazine. Her articles appeared on Knack, VICE, Apache, EOS Route, Charlie, MO *, DeWereldMorgen and StampMedia. As a freelancer she co-founded Freelance Thursdays. Since July 2019 she has been working full-time as a researcher / journalist for Headline News Facilities Productions.

Basic information

Name
Margot Cassiers
Expertise
Investigative journalism
Country
Belgium
City
Brussel

Supported projects

The Flemish story behind heritage in southern Africa

  • Art
  • History

SOUTHERN AFRICA - In the series "The Flemish story behind heritage in southern Africa", Margot Cassiers investigates what was achieved with the Flemish Community's long-term investment in intangible cultural heritage in southern Africa. "Why should I learn about Aristotle, not about my grandfather?"