— Chiara Zardoni —
Chiara holds a master’s degree in Law at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy, with a specialization in Peacekeeping and United Nations Law. She was an Erasmus student at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, where she deepened her knowledge of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in the Balkans. She has been collaborating as a policy researcher and author with international organizations like the Norwegian Refugee Council, focusing on IDPs in the MENA Region, and the Morobe Development Foundation, addressing the emergency of gender-based violence in Papua New Guinea. Chiara has worked as a trainee lawyer in a law firm specializing in migration and civil law and is currently collaborating as an intern with the Post-Conflict Research Centre.