I graduated at the Università degli Studi di Pavia with a Master degree in International Relations for Africa and Asia. I specialised in International Law focusing on the role of Human Rights in International Investment Law and on the issue of transparency in ICSID arbitrates. I have always been interested in journalism as a tool to increase democracy and government accountability: for this reason I have collaborated with the International Journalism Festival of Perugia and I have worked in several newspapers like The Boar – the bi-weekly publication of the University of Warwick (UK) in which he spent a semester thanks to the Erasmus Programme – and Inchiostro, the monthly of the Università di Pavia, which he headed in 2013. In worked at Access Info Europe where I supported the Communication Team in its activities and I was involved in several different projects concerning transparency and access to information. I am currently project manager of Diritto di Sapere, an Italian NGO focused on promoting access to information and I am part of the Italian OGP Team, coordinating the work of civil society and public bodies for the Third National Action Plan. Native Italian, I also speak English, French and basic Arabic.