Mediators of Italy
Since 2014, Giulia Massotti has worked at the Department for European Policies of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, at first in the Cabinet of the Secretary of State for European Affairs and then in the taskforce on infringement procedures. Before joining the Department, she worked in a European political foundation based in Brussels. Giulia has an educational background in the European field: she holds a MA in European Studies from the College of Europe, a MA in International Relations (European studies) and a BA in Political Science from the University of Roma Tre. She has worked twice as a trainee at the European Parliament, in 2011 and also in 2008, while she was doing her Erasmus at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Her background extends to other areas, such as the field of mediation, in which she took part in the first edition of the training on Mediation and Conflict Resolution from a Gender Perspective organised by the Spanish and Moroccan MFA, and the field of organized crime and anti-corruption, where she holds a MA from the University of Pisa, that awarded her the Marco Arnone Scholarship. She actively participates in various organisations. She is Junior Fellow of the Aspen Institute, Secretary General of the European Media Initiative, member of the European Movement’s National Council, founding member of the Association Pubblici Cittadini.