I have studied Political Science at the University of Bologna with a focus on international and European human rights law. In March 2018 I have started my PhD in Criminology at the Leuven Institute of Criminology (KU Leuven).on “Diaspora Communities in Transitional Justice. Analysing truth seeking measures with a case study on Argentina”. In May 2018 I started to work for the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ).I have extended professional experiences as project and policy officer working with NGOs in the field of development and cooperation, migrant’s rights and conflict resolution. I researched and worked in the field, mainly in Latin America. In 2016 I joint the KU Leuven research team in transitional justice in the implementation of academic activities and of an EU-funded project concerning the psychosocial support to migrants.