Giorgia Spolverato

Giorgia Spolverato

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giorgia.spolverato@mpi.lu

Giorgia Spolverato is a Research Fellow. In June 2019, she completed a two-year Erasmus Mundus Master of Arts, called "Euroculture", which confers her a double degree with honours at the University of Strasbourg and University of Udine. Before that, in 2017, she graduated with top marks in International Relations at the University of Milan. Since the beginning of her studies, she found the field of human rights interesting. In particular, what animates her are procedural guarantees and access to court as fundamental pillars of a democratic context. She started to deepen her studies on procedural rights on the occasion of her bachelor’s thesis on the action for annulment of regulatory acts before the European Union Court of Justice. A special focus on prisoners’ rights and penitentiary systems around Europe emerges in her publication “The Risk of Inhuman and Degrading Treatment as a reason to limit the Principle of Mutual Recognition on which the European Arrest Warrant is built” and master’s thesis on principles and standards regarding education in detention facilities across Europe. 

Since December 2019, Giorgia joined the International Max Planck Research School for Successful Dispute Resolution (IMPRS-SDR) to carry on a multidisciplinary and comparative research on the legislative attempts made at national and international level to regulate Artificial Intelligence applications in the justice sector.