I am an experienced International Journalist with a special expertise in Italian and French Politics and excellent knowledge of the Middle East and European Union political context.
I have been reporting about multiple key political news concerning Italian political parties and elections as well as recent terrorist attacks and Presidential elections in France. I am working as an editor for Il Fatto Quotidiano (Italy) where I am responsible about politics and human rights. I have been chosen by Institut franco-allemand as a remarkable under 30 journalist in Europe to work for two months at Libération (France). I spent the summer of 2016 in refugee camps in Greece and I produced the webdocumentary “L’inferno dei viventi” about the conditions of immigrants coming to European union. In 2012 I produced the documentary “Revolution on the carpet” about the relationship between two generations of political exiled activists from Iran (1978 vs 2009). I have brilliant investigation and research skills, both at field and office level. I am fluent in English and French, while Italian is my mother tongue. Good knowledge of Spanish as well.