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Silvia Scarpa
John Cabot University Rome Read More ...
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Human Trafficking: Gender, Race and Exploitation
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Silvia Scarpa
John Cabot University Rome

Dr Silvia Scarpa is Adjunct Professor of Political Science at John Cabot University of Rome (Italy). Since 2013 she also teaches International Law at LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome. She holds a Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law awarded by the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa in 2006 and she worked as a consultant for various institutions, including, inter alia: the Italian Office against Racial Discrimination of the Department of Equal Opportunities; the Directorate General Justice and Consumers (JUST), the Directorate General Migration and Internal Affairs (HOME) and the Research Executive Agency (REA) of the European Commission; and the International Development Law Organization (IDLO). She is the author of the monograph entitled Trafficking in Human Beings: Modern Slavery (Oxford University Press, 2008), of the manual An Introduction to International Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement Authorities (UniversItalia, 2012), of the European Parliament’s Study on Contemporary Forms of Slavery (European Union, 2018) and of articles and book chapters published in relevant journals and edited collections.


 
Debora Spini
Lecturer, New York University Florence

Debora Spini teaches Social Foundations at New York University Florence, Political Theory at Syracuse University in Florence, and is adjunct professor in Social Philosophy at the Cesare Alfieri School of Political Science at the University of Florence. She is author of monographs, such as La società civile post nazionale (Meltemi, Roma, 2006), and co-editor of several collective books, including Art and Practices of Citizenship, La coscienza protestante, (Claudiana, 2015), Civil Society and Global Governance, (Routledge, Garnet Book Series, 2010). She has published various essays and chapters in collective books, including the most recent Protestantesimo e Sfera pubblica in Forum sul Suffragismo (in Storia e politica, 2017, n. 2, pp 535-546), La secolarizzazione e i suoi “post”. Democrazie e Sacro condiviso in Il Senso della Repubblica nel XXI secolo (Heos.it, 2016) and Religione e felicità, in Felicità italiane. Un campionario filosofico (Mimesis 2016). Spini has held lectures in italy and abroad, most recently at Bangalore University and at University of Madras Chennai in India.


 
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