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     Date Submitted:09-11-2015
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     Current job:Communication and External Relations Consultant
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsExcellent academic background, solid knowledge of international relations and law, as well as a specialized preparation in the political, legal and economic disciplines regarding the exploration and exploitation of outer space.
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    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

     

    7 Sep 2015–Present

    Communication and External Relations Consultant

    Itality Ltd, Rome - London (Italy - UK)

    I am currently working for Itality Group, a company that set up and manage business ventures to export of 'Made in Italy' products worldwide.​

    ▪ My tasks include making contact with public and private intermediaries, managing external relations with institutional partners, designing and implementing communication strategy, organizing meetings with trade associations and foundations.

     

    3 Nov 2014–5 May 2015

    Trainee at the European Space Agency

    ESA-ESRIN, Frascati (Italy)

    I worked in the Coordination Office (EOP-CC), Programme Planning and Coordination Service (EOP-C), Directorate of Earth Observation Programmes at ESA-ESRIN, under the tutorship of Mr. Ivan Petiteville.

    ▪ ​I provided support to the EOP-C for the coordination of international relations between ESA and the Meteorological organisations WMO, EUMETSAT and ECMWF. My tasks included preparation of bi-lateral meetings, secretarial support during the bi-lateral meetings, follow-up activities after bi-lateral meetings, regular collection of relevant information.

     

    Apr 2013–Dec 2013

    Collaborator at the Chair of Political and Economic Geography

    La Sapienza University, Rome (Italy)

    Under the general direction of Prof M. Marconi

    ▪​ I provided support in the activities of the Political and Economic Geography Chair and assisted Prof Marconi in teaching activities, revising students' thesis and in the research activities.

     

    Jan 2006–Jan 2010

    Editor for the on-line magazine on political and philosophical culture www.filosofiapolitica.net.

    Under the general direction of prof. G.F. Lami (La Sapienza University) and the support of the ​Scuola Romana di Filosofia Politica​

    ▪ Specific duties in political and international relations of the Middle East area. Among the articles that I wrote were: “King Arik heredity: uncertainty and crisis in the Israeli political world and in the peace process in Middle East”; “The Green Revolution triumph and the uncertainties in the Palestine field”; “Iran and Israel: the Iranian foreign politics between denial and anti-semitism”; “The two-headed attitude of the Cedars Country: Lebanon and Libanistan”; “The curds. The largest landless population in the world in the picture of multiple instabilities”
     

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

     

    1 Sep 2014–12 Sep 2014

    ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy

     

    European Centre for Space Law, Geneve (Switzerland)

    Grant awarded by the European Space Agency (ESA) for the participation in the 23rd edition of the Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, organized by the European Centre for Space Law (ECSL) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) at the ITU headquarters in Geneva

    ▪ During the two-week course I attended intensive lectures given by university professors and space industry practitioners concerning the international and domestic legal frameworks governing space activities and applications, as well as recent developments in space law and policy, particularly in Europe.

     

    Feb 2014–Jul 2014

    Postgraduate Master in Space Institutions and Policies

     

    SIOI - Italian Society for International Organization, Rome (Italy)

    Jointly organized bySIOI, ASI - Italian Space Agency and ISGI-CNR – Institute for International Legal Studies of CNR (National Research Council).

    ▪ The course prepares candidates in legal, political, and economic disciplines regarding the themes of the exploration and the exploitation of outer space. A significant part of the course was dedicated to European Space Policy, with particular emphasis on the role of the European Space Agency (ESA) and the use of the European programmes for satellite navigation GALILEO and Earth Observation COPERNICUS. Thanks to the Master, I participated as a visiting student at the 57th session of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (11-20 June 2014 at the United Nation Office, Vienna).For the final dissertation of the course, I worked on a thesis related to the legal framework of the global governance of the remote sensing and the satellite data management.

     

    Nov 2009–Mar 2013

    Master’s Degree in International Relations, with curriculum in social-political studies

     

    La Sapienza University, Rome (Italy)

    Gained with grade ​110/110 cum laude​

    ▪ Main courses: International Space Law, International Law and Organizations, Institutions and Policies of the European Union, Political Philosophy and Theory, International Relations History, Geopolitical and Foreign Policy Analysis, Spanish Language.

    ▪ During my master's degree studies I was awarded an Erasmus grant by La Sapienza University to attend a study programme at University Universidad Carlos III in Madrid (Spain), from September 2010 to June 2011.

     

    Nov 2003–Nov 2009

    Bachelor’s Degree in Political Sciences and International Relations, with curriculum in political-international studies

     

    La Sapienza University, Rome (Italy)

    ​Gained with grade ​110/110

    ▪ Main courses: Political Science, Modern and Contemporary History, Sociology, Political Philosophy; Public, Private, Constitutional and International Law; Political and International Economy, Statistics; English and Spanish Languages.

     

    Sep 1998–Jun 2003

    High School Diploma of Classic Lyceum

     

    Classic Lyceum Immanuel Kant, Rome (Italy)

    Gained with grade 100/100

    ▪ The Classic Lyceum is a theoretical and humanistic school, one of the few European secondary school types where the study of ancient languages (Latin and ancient Greek) and their literature are compulsory.

    Other core subjects: Italian grammar and literature, History, Philosophy, Mathematics, Physics,Biology, Chemistry and natural sciences, Geography, English Language

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English, Spanish, Arabic

     

    Communication skills

    ​I have good communication skills, gained and improved due to a natural predisposition and through my experience as editor for the on-line magazine on political and philosophical culture www.filosofiapolitica.net. These skills were further enhanced thanks to my collaboration with the activities of the Political Philosophy Chair and of Geopolitics Chair at La Sapienza University.​

     

    Organisational / managerial skills

    I am resourceful and fully able to work independently, as well as having strong team-working skills and excellent organizational abilities.

     

    Digital competence

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    Digital competences - Self-assessment grid

     

    Command of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office™, and Internet tools.

     

    Driving licence

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

     

    Conferences

    ▪ June 2014 – Participation, as a visiting student of the Master in Space Institutions and Policies, in the 57th session of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS),at the United Nation Office, Vienna.

    ▪ May 2014 – I attended the Conference "From import-export to direct investment: horizons of development in the Italo-Russian trade", organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies in Geopolitics and Auxiliary Sciences (ISAG) in Rome.

    ▪ September 2013 – I attended the Conference "Status and future prospects of the Euro-Russian cooperation", organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies in Geopolitics and Auxiliary Sciences (ISAG) in Rome.



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