Paolo De Stefani




Paolo De Stefani is lecturer in international law and professor of international protection of human rights at the University of Padua. He has been adviser to the regional government of the Veneto and the Italian network of ombudspersons on human rights implementation policies, and has collaborated with several NGOs in Italy and abroad. He has authored and edited publications on human rights, international criminal law, children’s rights, national institutions for human rights. Since academic year 2007-08 he is “national director” for Italy of the European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation. He is member of some research institutions in the areas of international law, political science and social research, with a focus on human rights implementation issues.

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When and why have human rights become effectively central? The course will answer such questions, stressing the multi-level dimensions of the work for human rights.

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