European University Institute Bodies across borders: oral and visual memory in Europe and beyond
Bodies across borders: oral and visual memory in Europe and beyond

Giada Giustetto

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Giada Giustetto obtained her degree in Cultural History at the University of Turin (Italy) with a esearch thesis in the field of gender studies funded  by the Commission for Equal Opportunities of Piedmont Region. She attended several training courses on different subjects, i.e. social planning, transnational phenomenon of human trafficking and prostitution, European projects aimed to  victim assistance, best practices for the “social inclusion” of migrants,  networking at local and nation-wide level.

Since 2011, she has been sharing her time into different activity fields,  working as Euro-Project Designer and Manager, as a teacher to migrant and refugee students, as well as conceiving and conducting training courses for high school students in the Turin area dealing with citizenship and identity. She has been working for Biennale Democrazia in Turin, Ce.Se.Di.- Province of Turin and many other profit and non-profit organizations.

 Her research within the Babe Project is aimed at establishing networks and contacts as well as collecting visual and oral records produced by migrant people in Italian educational,  cultural and community oriented contexts.

Email: [email protected]

Working languages: Italian, English, Spanish

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