Italian journalist. StudiedJournalism and International Affairs majoring in Human Rights at Sciences Po. Passionate about gender issues, politics, international relations...and pop culture.
An analysis of the reality of abortion in Italy for science magazine Lady Science.
A conversation with Katy Lee of award-winning The Europeans podcast.
“Siamo marea”: la marcia transfemminista di Verona contro il Congresso delle Famiglie fotografata da TPI
Translated title: "'We're a tide': pictures from the transfeminist march against the World Congress of Families in Verona"
A photo-report of a day of feminist protests against the World Congress of Families in Verona, Italy. Includes interviews to participants.
Translated title: "Memes and Algorithms: how the alt-right is using the Internet for radicalization".
An analysis of the mechanisms behind online radicalization, days after the Christchurch massacre.
The mass shooting in Macerata in early February is just the last of a long series of intimidations and episodes of violence carried out by neo-fascist groups in Italy in the past few years. Why do these movements keep attracting new followers? What it says about italian society at large? I investigated on the matter for French magazine Emile.
Italy's Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini was under fire for a measure that was going to leave 150 migrants on the streets and would see hundreds moved to locations scattered around Italy. A news piece targeted at a European audience.
35 thousand students marched through the streets of Brussels to protest against climate change. My news piece collects the voices of a few of them.
An explainer on what the indictment of Roger Stone means for talks of impeachment for Trump - targeted at a European audience.
An interactive map curated entirely by me to help Euronews readers outside of France understand the Yellow Vest movement through several examples of complaints written by citizens to president Macron in an extraordinary exercise of direct democracy.
A news piece on new steps to ensure continuity of care for European citizens across borders taken by Estonia and Finland and what that means for the rest of the continent.
A new wave of persecutions against the LGBT community in Chechnya began in late December 2018, leading to the death of two people and the incarceration of dozens of others. This article for Euronews explains why fact-checking the claims made by the Russian LGBT Network is so hard - and reports on what human rights experts have to say on the matter.
As Theresa May found herself dealing with a landslide defeat in a vote on her Brexit deal in the House of Commons, users on social media have been voicing their opinions on what the United Kingdom should now do about Brexit. I interviewed people voicing different opinions on the matter to depict a plurality of views for this multimedia piece.
How environmentalist NGOs, activists and institutions around the world — from Greenpeace to the European Commission — took advantage of the viral #TenYearChallenge to raise awareness about the consequences of climate change.