Emanuela Parisciani

Email: e.parisciani@sssup.it

Website: http://www.cdg-lab.dirpolis.sssup.it/en/staff/phdstudents/emanuela-parisciani/

 

Bio:

Emanuela Parisciani is in the final stage of her PhD in Politics, Human Rights and Sustainability at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa. She holds a LL.M from the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law, an MA in International Relations cum laude from the University of Macerata and a BA in Journalism cum laude from LUMSA, Rome. She has a special interest in international refugee law, human rights and international humanitarian law, and EU immigration and asylum law. The focus of her doctoral research is on the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union in interpreting the provisions of the Common European Asylum System, in particular those of the Qualification Directive. During the Fall 2012, Emanuela spent 4 months as a Visiting Research Scholar, University of Michigan Law School, Department of International and Comparative Law and conducted the initial bulk of her PhD research under the supervision of Prof. Hathaway. She also took part to the SJD Research Scholar Colloquium. In the past years, Emanuela volunteered for Amnesty International Italy.

Publications/recent projects:

  • Search and Rescue Operations in the Mediterranean Sea and access to Asylum: another ‘Dublin’ ? (2015)
  • Migration and Displacement in Yemen”, ITPCM Commentary Vol. IX, no.32 (2013)
  • The European Court of Human Rights says Mogadishu is a viable ‘internal protection alternative’”, ITPCM Commentary Vol. IX, no.34 (2013)
  • Riflessioni a margine della sentenza K.A.B contro Svezia”, Italian Society of Internal Law Blog http://www.sidi-isil.org/sidiblog/ (2013)