Projects per year
It considers the role of neo-abolitionist and pro-sex work CSOs in constructing, challenging, and negotiating representations of trafficked people and sex workers. It analyses how representations and rights are interlinked as part of a cohesive discourse to reinforce ideological positions, and to lobby for legal and political changes.
It explores the link between CSO’s narratives on representations and discourses on rights investigating how they influence their work, funding, and services, and how they set up ideological and political agendas, values, positions, and lobbying activities.
Discourse analysis, visual methods, archival research, and qualitative methods to be employed.
Previously, worked in international development as bid writer for IOD PARC (M&E consulting firm); carried out an internship at the European Commission within the Directorate General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion; and employed at NGO Emergency in the field operations in Italy supporting victims of human trafficking and sex workers.
Double Erasmus Mundus Master's degree in Transnational migrations from KU Leuven and University of Lille with 1-year exchange program at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in Brazil conducting fieldwork research on urban sociology.
Social sciences, MA, Erasmus Mundus MA in Transnational migrations, KU Leuven
1 Sept 2014 → 31 Jul 2016
Award Date: 31 Jul 2016
Linguistic and cultural mediation, BA (Hons), Linguistic and cultural mediation , University of Padua
1 Oct 2011 → 31 Jul 2014
Award Date: 31 Jul 2014
Business Development Officer and Researcher, IOD PARC
8 Apr 2019 → 30 Sept 2022
Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion Policies Intern, European Commission
1 Mar 2018 → 31 Jul 2018
Cultural Mediation and Facilitation Officer, Emergency
1 Dec 2016 → 30 Sept 2017
- H Social Sciences (General)
- HM Sociology
- GN Anthropology
- PC Romance languages
- PE English
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