PhD student - XXXI cycle
Field of research: Migrations and Borders: Challengens in the New Constitutionalism Era
Tutor: Prof.ssa Maria Elisa D'Amico
Short biography and research areas: Master’s Degree in Law at the University of Milan, she is presently undertaking a PhD in Constitutional Law at the same University (Mentor: Prof. Marilisa D’Amico).
Her research project’s topic is “Equality And Vulnerable People: Challenges In The New Constitutionalism Era”.
Her research activity mainly focuses on issues related to the equality principle and protection of vulnerable people’s fundamental rights, especially about foreigners, women and disabled people’s rights. She published some academic papers and held some lectures about those issues. The earlier outcome of her research activity has been exposed in April 2016 at the European School of Law
First doctoral workshops (Université Toulouse 1 Capitole). In order to improve her research activity she travelled as a visiting scholar to the Columbia University in NYC from June to July 2016.
About the latter topics, she joined in some research projects at national level: “Exploring the unknown: students with mental disability at the university” (2014- funded by Ministry of Education and University of Milan); national interest research project (PRIN) “Equality in fundamental rights in a State and public finance crisis: a proposal for a new social cohesion model” (2012- funded by Ministry of Education).
She is a member of the scientific committee of the post-graduate “Merit and gender equality in PA’s in-house societies corporate governance” course; she is a member of the Academic Network on the European Social Charter and Social Rights (RACSE).
Main topics: equality principle, fundamental rights’ protection
Main areas: constitutional law, constitutional justice