Program coordinator at Il Razzismo è una brutta storia, antiracist association in Italy, promoted by Feltrinelli Publisher’s Group, to fight structural racism through education and advocacy. Main areas of work: overseeing strategic planning and development, fundraising, project management and communications. Expert in intersectional activism and networks for social justice, interested in collective transformation processes to advance equality against all discrimination, with a focus on the role of applied research, education, art and collective mobilizing. Board member of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) - advocacy organization on racism issues with over 200 members working on the EU level - and of the ENAR Foundation. I hold an MA in Social and Community Work at the University of Turin and a BA in International Relations and Development Studies at the University of Sussex (UK). Following the belief in the struggle for rights and dignity for all, I became interested in understanding systemic racism and the ways to contrast it while positioning ourselves at the intersections of plural systems of oppression. My main areas of interest are social movements and social justice, anti-oppressive pedagogy, cultural work against inequalities, critical antiracist work, feminist work and critical Jewish work, literature, art, puppetry, dance.