Students

Giulia Gallino

STUDENT

Trainee lawyer, I graduated in 2016 at the University of Turin. In 2014 I participated in the Human Rights and Migration Law Clinic of the University of Turin and in 2015 in the exchange project at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London. In 2017 I completed an annual second level master’s degree at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Since September 2017 I have been working at a law firm, where I deal with immigration law and human rights protection.

Ilaria Ballin

STUDENT

After graduation I did my internship in court, and the forensic practice. The clinical experience – as a founder and as a student – was humanly touching and legally instructive for me, allowing me to understand, already during my university years, the complexities of "living law".

Sara Secondo 

STUDENT

I graduated in 2016 and now I work as a civil and immigration lawyer. I participated in the Prison and Rights Law Clinic in 2015. I worked on the drafting of a guide on the rights of foreign prisoners. Together with other university colleagues, I contributed designing and starting-up the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic, thus giving substance to the social relevance that I always believed the course of studies in Law should have.

Alberto Parmentola

STUDENT

Student of the Prison and Rights Law Clinic in 2014/2015. In the same period, I worked together with Ilaria Ballin, Giulia Gallino and Sara Secondo, on the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic project. I graduated in 2015 in law, with recommendation of publication, and I have been a member of the Turin Bar Association since 2019. Over the years I have continued to follow the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic and I have presented the project in international conferences, such as the Encle Conference in Valencia in 2016.

Giulia Oleandri

STUDENT

I am a fifth-year law student, passionate about social justice issues and, I am active in some associations.

The Law Clinic experience fits perfectly into the framework of what I study, and what I am passionate about. It was not only a very valuable training opportunity –  thanks to the learning methods, and the particular point of view proposed to study the issues we dealt with – , but it was also a place for discussion and debate with colleagues, and professors; a concrete experience in contact with vulnerable people, and an opportunity of empowerment and growth in a legal and human educational path which was incisive for the person's life that I had in front of me. Many thanks to the professors for this training opportunity!

Bianca Mizzi

STUDENT

I graduated with flying colours in "European Legal Studies" at the University of Turin. During my studies, I participated in the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic: a unique experience, extremely educational from an academic, professional, and personal point of view. In addition to the specific preparation, the Law Clinic gave me the opportunity to work directly with the Piam Onlus association – which has been working on Anti-Trafficking for years – , and to provide legal support to potential victims of trafficking first-hand."

Serena Ramirez

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Serena Ramirez. Fourth-year Law student, passionate about criminal matters and with the aim of becoming Prosecutor. Participating in 2018-2019 in the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic project was a great satisfaction, and opportunity for personal growth.

Chiara Brazzo

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Chiara Brazzo, 23, law student. It is an intense experience that makes you face harsh realities full of suffering. It is not just the result that matters, it is the entire process that accompanies it.  

#stayhuman

 

Federica Rossini

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Federica Rossini, 25 years old. I attended the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic in 2017. Thanks to this experience, I had the chance to deepen my theoretical knowledge and to apply them to the real world, experimenting first-hand.

Elena Enrico

STUDENT

Final-year student in European Legal Studies, with a background strongly focused on international migration studies. Thanks to the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic, I had the chance to look into this phenomenon from an introspective point of view, with the opportunity to acquire skills that are difficult to get during class.

Luca Rondi

STUDENT

Fourth-year law student, passionate about journalism. After having attended the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic in the year 2017/2018, I decided to carry out the community service at the help desk for women victims of trafficking of the Gruppo Abele Onlus Association.

Prisca Roveran

STUDENT

Prisca Roveran, Criminal and Forensic Psychology. Approaching the end of my university studies, I decided to test myself; I had the opportunity to see first-hand a reality of suffering and difficulties, that has given me so much (and more than I expected!).

Elisa Testera

STUDENT

My name is Elisa Testera, I am 23 years old and, ever since I attended the Clinic, I have learnt to put into play my legal skills to help others.

Stella Spatafora

STUDENT

I believe in the living law and in reviving people through the law. My academic career in European Legal Studies, my interest in human rights and my passion for the international contexts introduced me to the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic: a professional and human learning experience that gave me the opportunity to apply my knowledge and to rediscover myself, giving voice to those who don’t always have it.

Samuel Tewodros

STUDENT

Graduate from the Mekelle University School of Law. Before enrolling in the IUC Master, I worked as a prosecutor in Ethiopia.

Since I come from one of the main migrants’ country of origin, the Law Clinic gave me useful theoretical and practical knowledge and helped me to fully understand certain issues related to immigration.

Evelyn Sukadolnik

STUDENT

I was born in Brasil and I attended the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic in 2019 during my study period in Italy at the International University College of Turin (IUC) for my Master in Comparative Law, Economics and Finance.

I graduated from the University of Sao Paulo (USP) with a degree in Law and from Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV-SP) in Public Administration. I have 14 years of experience in the financial sector. I volunteer in an NGO in the educational sector and in programs of fundraising using tax incentives to support projects for children at risk and vulnerable people.

Iva Krstajic

STUDENT

My name is Iva Krstajic and I was born in Serbia. I have lived in Turin for 5 years, where I am getting my master’s degree in Sociology. Last year, I finished my master’s degree at the International University College of Turin by which I came across the Law Clinic. This experience enriched me, especially on a human level. In particular, the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic has been the crucial step that allowed me to put my studies and my personal interests into practice. I plan to continue to cooperate and contribute to the growth of this reality. 

Silvia Gemme

STUDENT

While finishing my studies at the Law Department of the University of Turin, I wanted to put myself on the line by participating in Against Human Trafficking
Law Clinic in 2019-2020. I wished that my academic career also included the confrontation with real problems, for which it is often not enough to know by heart a manual of law. My passion for human rights, which I cultivate with articles and activities, pushed me in this direction.

Giulia Abrate

STUDENT

I am a fifth-year Law student, passionate about criminal matters and gender equality issues. The opportunity to participate in the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic in 2019-2020 allowed me to practice my legal and soft skills not only theoretically but also practically. I also could relate to professionals and colleagues from other faculties, experimenting with a multidisciplinary approach that I will take with me out of the university world. Due to the emergency measures implemented against the spread of COVID-19, the clinic's activities changed during the working process. This led me to develop fundamental  adaptation skills in the ever-changing society in which we live in.

Samira Loser

STUDENT

I was a student of the clinic in the A.Y. 2019/20, the first year in which also translators were involved in the project. I graduated in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation at the University of Naples "Orientale" and I enrolled in 2018 at the Translation faculty of the University of Turin, where I became aware of the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic project, which cause immediately fascinated me a lot, especially in light of the new linguistic perspective.

Angelica Bianchi

STUDENT

23 years old, last year Law student, passionate about human rights and immigration. After doing an internship at the Immigration Office of the Turin Police Headquarters, I participated in the project of the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic in 2020. Despite the difficulties imposed by the lockdown, the Anti-trafficking project is still alive. And it is a continuous source of personal and professional growth, thanks to the relation (albeit remotely) with colleagues, professionals, and victims; and thanks to the practical study of concrete cases.

We are at home. But we do not stop.

Amarilys Abreu

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Agnese Falco

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Camilla Liberati

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Giulia Moretto

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Federico Roberi

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Roberta Boero

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Chiara Porrone

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Benedetta Gremo

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Heidi Rojas

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Ruth Nyambura

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Alemnew Gebeyehu

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Maria Giulia Fava

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Mattia Elia

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Carlotta Prosperi

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