Migrazione e Sviluppo - Migration and Development - MASTER I LIVELLO - ENG



The Call for application for the Academic Year 2023/2024 has been published.

The deadline for submitting admission applications has been extended from January 15, 2024, to January 31, 2024.


Candidate Interview Schedule (Link pdf)


CGIAR FOCUS Climate Security Scholarships Available
For the international curriculum the CGIAR FOCUS Climate Security of the Alliance of Bioversity & CIAT offers 3 scholarships for students from the Global South. The scholarship will cover full tuition fees, visa, insurance and travel expenses, and a monthly financial support during the classroom and internship with CGIAR. 


Call for papers, dedicated to students and alumni of the Master in "Migration and Development" for a new volume titled "Strumenti" in the "Migrations" series by the Nuova Cultura publishing house of Sapienza University.
The release of the volume is expected in January 2024.




As a result of the collaboration between the "Master's Degree Migration and Development" and "Large Movements", the Master's Degree Blog is available. Within the blog, please find below short videos introducing the Master's program:


STRUMENTI - Il punto di vista dei giovani studiosi del Master Migrazioni e sviluppo economico di Sapienza Università di Roma
“This volume is not just a collection of essays on several aspects of the migration phenomenon but gives voice to young scholars who attend or have attended the Master in Migration and Development at Sapienza, University of Rome. These are young people who have chosen to improve their skills, both theoretical and practical, to understand migration at 360 degrees and address the different aspects of a complex phenomenon that is and always will be part of humanity.”
For more information https://www.nuovacultura.it/prodotto/strumenti/


Alberto Di Maio, Student of the Master Degree Academic Year 2016/17

"Human migration can be traced backward in time. This course reminded us that migration is a natural phenomenon and how it turns into a positive experience for all, migrants and non-migrants"


Martina Daniele, Student of the Master Academic year 2018/19

" To understand the migratory phenomenon, it is essential to recognize its complexity. The multidisciplinary approach of the Master provides a holistic framework and pushes the mind to consider the different dimensions that define migration, placing human and his need to migrate at the center of reflection”   


Fadia Aljamal, Student of the Master Degree Academic Year 2019/20

"In this historical period, there are strong reasons behind the desire of a human being to move from one place to another, this course of study helps to deepen the concept of migration as a socio-economic phenomenon influenced by internal and external factors, for example, one of the most relevant factors is the dynamics of the global labor market".


Marina De Stradis, Student of the Master Degree Academic Year 2020/21

Migratory phenomena are ancient and complex: they move stories, cultures, and societies. In order to understand and deal with these phenomena transversal competences and professionalism are necessary requirements. The Master’s Degree in Migration and Development provides fundamental analysis and intervention tools for specialists in the sector, with dynamic attention to contemporary issues, such as global citizenship and sustainable development.


Clara Punzi, student of the Master Academic year 2021-22

"The primary focus of the Master in Migration and Development is the study of the migratory phenomenon in its cross-sectoral articulation of multiple intrinsically related variables. These include but are not limited to the economic development of the individual and the community; human rights in their codifications and violations, whether individual or systemic; climate change; the care for themselves and the others; the time of movement and its space, whether transboundary or delimited by national borders, as well as always in human’s inner; and the potentials and risks of (im)mobility. Acquiring the skills useful for recognizing and relocating the phenomenon of migration in its most natural dimension is a fundamental building block for being able to take useful decisions to direct the global population toward a progress that is healthy and sustainable for each individual."


Alessia Passaro, student of the Master Academic year 2022-23

"The Master offers the chance to work closely with experts in the field, to discover leading researches and to actively participate in debates and discussions that provide insight into the complex dynamics of migration and its impact on development. 
Thanks to the Master I will have the unique opportunity to concretely use what I have learnt during the course through an internship and fieldwork in the Middle East and North Africa dedicated to food security and climate change.
This demonstrates the relevance of the MSc in Migration and Development and its ability to prepare its students for real and complex global challenges. I hope that this experience will inspire others to address global challenges with passion and commitment for a more sustainable future."


Carlotta Vicario, student of the Master Academic Year 2020-21

"Thanks to the knowledge and skills I acquired during the Master, I decided to pursue a Ph.D. My project, focusing on migration chains and climate change, was approved by the committee, marking the beginning of a new chapter in my academic career."


Pier Francesco Fermani, student of the Master Academic year 2022-23

“Enrolling in the Master means having the opportunity to delve into the complex migration phenomenon, thanks to the expertise of the instructors. Upon completion of the Master, the acquired knowledge can open various professional opportunities. Personally, it has provided me with the necessary know-how to pursue a Ph.D. in Economics and Development at the Department of Social and Economic Sciences.”



The Master’s Degree in “Migration and Development” is a Master of Sciences (MSc) administered by the Social Sciences and Economics Department (DiSSE) of Sapienza, University of Rome.

The Director of the Master Programme is Pierluigi Montalbano, Full professor of International Economic Policy and Development at Sapienza, University of Rome and Associate Faculty at the Department of Economics, University of Sussex.

The Master aims at shaping professionals capable of addressing the most innovative needs in the various sectors of the labor market which, for various reasons, require and/or rely on professional figures related to the migratory phenomenon and the connected issues of sustainable development.

The MSc in Migration and Development is intended for individuals interested in developing concrete expertise in the field of inclusion policies and of protection of migrants’ human rights, and, concerning the implementation of economic and social policies, in both public and private bodies, as much at national level as at the international one.

The course aspires to train professional figures for a career in the socio-economic field as well as in the legal or the international relations fields, including cooperation for development and geo-politics, planning, analysis, and public health. Examples of professional profiles consistent with the Master are positions of high responsibility in the field of cooperation for human and social development, of volunteering and in the third sector within national and international bodies and organizations, including non-governmental ones, as well as educational institutions, institutions in the field of social, cultural, economic, legal and health cooperation, both for managerial positions and highly specialized consultancy and planning posts. 

The added value of this MSc lies in encouraging a global vision of migratory phenomena, with an approach that goes beyond the traditional approach of linguistic and cultural mediation. The understanding of the migration phenomenon is enhanced by studying and analyzing problems related to the development of human, social and economic issues both in the countries of origin and in the countries of destination. This interdisciplinary approach is developed through the direct involvement of professors, scholars, and practitioners in the field of anthropology, law, economics, political sciences, health sciences, and sociology, whose, collectively, provide a theoretical and practical approach that allows creating appropriate skills to understand, manage and regulate migratory flows in the perspective of human and sustainable development.

From 2022, in addition to the regular curriculum, it is active an international curriculum, taught entirely in English, focused on the needs of international students willing to enhance academic tools and technical skills needed to address the challenges related to the very central issues of migration and development.



This MSc takes advantage of strategic partnerships that Sapienza maintains with international organizations (UNHCR, IOM, and the UN Rome Based Agencies), Ministries (first of all, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation; Ministry of the Interior-Department of Freedom Civil Society), think tanks, study centers, and research centers, non-profit organizations, agencies and organizations of the Civil Society (CSOs). The aim is to strengthen the proposed curricula and to guarantee students a complete and comprehensive view of the topics addressed, projecting them at the core of the issues with testimonials and practical experiences. Lectures and meetings with experts and practitioners of the sector constitute the added value of the Master that is unique thanks to its combination of theoretical notions and practical foundations. The exchange with professors, lecturers, scholars, operators, practitioners, and experts from institutions with which Sapienza has stipulated such partnerships guarantees comprehensive training on migration issues, strengthening both the theoretical and practical skills of participants.

Click here for the list of organizations with which the Master has stipulated partnership agreements for internships.


The teaching board of the Master in “Migration and Development” gathers a pool of professors from Sapienza University with multidisciplinary competencies: Anthropology, Law, Epidemiology, Economics, Geopolitics, Health and Political Sciences, Sociology, International Relations, and Statistics. The teaching board is integrated from time to time by external experts and professionals with long-term experience in the various fields of study covered by the Master.

Members of the Didactic-Scientific Committee:



The Master is held in Italian (some modules will be held in English). The training activity is organized through a mixed approach of lectures, discussion with experts, participation in seminars and workshops, internships within partner institutions. The workload of the study course is of 1500 total hours of study (corresponding to 60 ETSC), of which 300 hours are dedicated to frontal teaching (divided into 5 modules, one of which is “professionalizing”) and 600 hours to individual study activities and the elaboration of the Master’s thesis. Lessons will take place on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning (weekend formula).



The teaching of the Master is articulated in 5 modules both for the regular and the international curriculum that include topics in line with the objectives of the Master. The contents of the modules are as follows:

1. Statistical-Demographic- Economic Module (valid for both the regular curriculum and the international curriculum)
Coordinator: Prof. Pierluigi Montalbano

  • International labor mobility: economic effects on countries of origin and countries of destination
  • Migration, demography and development
  • Statistical sources and methods of collecting and processing information
  • Italian migrations in the Mediterranean area yesterday and today and the role of institutions
  • The impact of immigration on public finance
  • Remittances: potential for development, transfer costs and financial inclusion


2.1 Socio-Political Module (valid for the regular curriculum)
Coordinator: Professor Alessia Giorgia Salvatrice Melcangi

  • Geo-political aspects of migration
  • History and theory of social and political thought of migration
  • Socio-demographic analysis of migratory movements
  • Psycho-social aspects of migratory phenomena
  • Security and migratory phenomena in destination countries: illicit trafficking and crime.
  • Theory and analysis of the practices of international migration policies


2.2 Geopolitical Module (valid for the international curriculum)
Coordinator: Professor Alessia Giorgia Salvatrice Melcangi

  • Geopolitics, security and sustainability of the international system.
  • Migrations trends across the Mediterranean: routes, illegal trafficking.
  • Geopolitical and security trends in the Wider Mediterranean 
  • Immigration, identity and minority issues. 
  • Post-conflict and management of emergencies.  
  • Sociology of migration.
  • Critical sociology of race and ethnicity.

Specific topics:

  • Global competition in the Horn of Africa: geopolitical interests and economic rivalries.
  • Energy and politics: the geo-energetic dispute of the Eastern Mediterranean.
  • Development and security challenges in the Sahel region


3.1 Health Module (valid for the regular curriculum)
Coordinator: Prof.ssa Rossella Carnevali

  • The profile and health dynamics of migrants
  • Participatory construction of health policies and migrant empowerment processes
  • Global health governance
  • Outlines of medical anthropology
  • Field intervention of the most vulnerable migrants
  • The role of the third sector in protecting the health of migrants
  • Critical health of migrant women
  • Migrants health protection policies
  • Inequalities in the health and care of migrants


3.2 Food and nutrition security Module (valid for the international curriculum)
Coordinator: Prof. Pierluigi Montalbano

  • Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) (Zero Hunger – SDG 2 concepts, measurement issues and policy implications);
  • The State of FNS in the World;
  • Resilience and adaptation of the food systems on multiple stressors (incl. climate change);
  • The notion of socio-economic vulnerability in a risky environment: conceptual and measurement issues;
  • Adaptation and resilience: conceptual and measurement issues
  • Implications for labor mobility, displacement, urban-rural links, local and international migration flows


4. Legal Module (valid for both the regular curriculum and the international curriculum)
Coordinator: Professor  Mario Carta

  • Citizenship and citizenships in European and international law
  • Constitutional aspects of citizenship’s regulation
  • The European Union policy on immigration and asylum in the area of freedom, security, and justice
  • The jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the field of immigration and asylum International
  • The international, European, and national protection of asylum seekers and refugees
  • Access of foreigners to the National Health Service
  • Rights of migrants and rescue activities at sea
  • Law, immigration, and European citizenship (in collaboration with the Jean Monnet Sapienza module)


5. Professionalizing and Euro-planning Module (valid for both the regular curriculum and the international curriculum)
Coordinator: Prof.ssa Alessandra Morelli

  • Training on European planning programs.
  • The long chains of migrant entrepreneurship between Italy and countries of origin
  • Anthropology in action.
  • Professional experience within a research institute
  • Resettlement and Relocation: experiences from the field
  • Unaccompanied Foreign Minors. Voices and instruments from the field of hospitality
  • Migration and co-development: the role of diaspora associations
  • Euro-planning: instructions for use. How to write a successful European project proposal
  • Evaluation of programs and projects
  • FAO's contribution to the Global Compact on safe, orderly and regular migration
  • Concrete examples of FAO programs and projects in the sector
  • IFAD contribution on the impact of migrants' remittances and investments for development and concrete examples of IFAD programs in this area.

Modules valid for both the regular curriculum and the international curriculum are taught entirely in English.



Interested candidates must send an application for admission according to the procedures indicated in the Unified Sapienza call for application available at:
The call for applications expires approximately every year by November. At the expiry of the call, the representatives of the Master start the selection and the admission procedures, which end with the publication of the list/ranking of the admitted students on the Sapienza web page dedicated to the Master. In addition to the evaluation of qualifications, an admission test consisting of a motivational interview is foreseen. The international curriculum is held entirely in English, and no Italian language certificate is required for foreign students. During the motivational interview, the committee may assess the level of English proficiency of candidates applying for the international curriculum.



The classroom phase takes place in the period from March to July, while the period from September to December is generally dedicated to internships. The final thesis must be submitted by January of the following year. The final exam is scheduled for March of the year following the year of enrolment.



Instructions for the drafting of the thesis

Instructions for the final exam for students

Useful information for the final exam



The total cost of the Master is € 3.000, payable in two tranches. Admitted students are required to pay the enrolment fee as indicated in the Unified Sapienza Call for applications, under penalty of exclusion. Only after the completion of the first required payment, participants are regularly enrolled in the Master. Scholarships will be awarded by DiSSE for deserving students, according to the following methods: 1 scholarship for every 10 full-paying students. The Scholarship covers in full the enrolment fee of the Department, without prejudice to the university budget. Additional scholarships are awarded each year by the Italian Social Welfare Institution (INPS) and the National School of Administration (SNA).



The teaching team involved in the “Migration and Development” Master’s degree is made up of professors, scholars, practictioners and experts in the 5 modules that make up the teaching activity of the Master. In previous editions they have taught:



AA 2022-23

  • Alawia Sara
  • Arevalo Barragan Armando
  • Badaoui Sabrina
  • Barnini Alessandro
  • Cavalieri Andrea
  • Colella Ilaria
  • Conti Ferrari Laura Rachele
  • Contin Silvia
  • Fermani Pier Francesco
  • Fracassi Beatrice
  • Giuliani Aurora
  • Guagnano Giulia
  • Mahammed El Arbi Amel
  • Monaldi Valentina
  • Nannicini Elena
  • Ottaviani Agnese
  • Passaro Alessia
  • Pelosi Alfonso
  • Roccas Ioel Arturo

AA 2021-2022

  • Alvarez Ruiz Julian, argomento tesi: Legal status of Palestine refugees from Syria in Jordan. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi
  • Alvaro Laura, argomento tesi: Loquor ergo sum: l’importanza della lingua nell’integrazione della persona migrante. Relatrice: Maria Grazia Galantino
  • Amore Matteo, argomento tesi: Minori Stranieri non Accompagnati. Relatore: Antonello Ciervo
  • Bisicchia Ignazio, argomento tesi: Progetti di cooperazione in sahel finanziati dall’unione europea. Relatore: Andrea De Georgio
  • Catino Giulia, argomento tesi: Situazione alimentare in Nord Africa. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi
  • Giacomazzi Martina, argomento tesi: n.d.
  • Kassardjian Marie Helene, argomento tesi: Crisi nell’area libanese. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi
  • Orselli Serena, argomento tesi: Corridoi umanitari. Relatrice: Donatella Strangio
  • Pugliese Michela, argomento tesi: Genere e Migrazioni. Relatrice: Nicoletta Dentico
  • Punzi Clara, argomento tesi: Governance of climate mobilities: a quantitative analysis of the IPCC reports as a case study. Relatore: Marco Letta
  • Ranucci Giordano, argomento tesi: Politiche integrazione. Relatore: Luca Di Sciullo
  • Ricci Andrea, argomento tesi: Gli effetti delle rimesse sulla crescita economica dei paesi di origine e di destinazione
  • Tale Valeria, argomento tesi: n.d
  • Ventre Carla, argomento tesi: The Impact of Externalization Policies on Migration Flows at European Boundaries. Relatrice: Elena Ambrosetti

AA 2020-21

  • Argirò Elena, Argomento tesi: Essere donna nell’Afghanistan di oggi. Tra tradizione, violenza e diritti umani. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi
  • Bonelli Nicola, Argomento tesi:  Lo sfruttamento della vulnerabilità dei migranti per creare profitto. Uno studio sulle nuove forme di caporalato. Relatore: Giuseppe Ricotta
  • Callari Alessia, Argomento tesi:  il ruolo del terzo settore e dell’associazionismo nella campagna vaccinale anti SARS-Cov-2. Relatore: Maurizio Marceca
  • De Masi Emanuele, Argomento tesi:  da definire
  • De Stradis Marina, Argomento tesi: La migrazione tunisina nel biennio della pandemia (2020-2022):push factors, respingimenti differiti e navi quarantena. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi.
  • Fonti Beatrice, Argomento tesi: Minori Ricongiunti. Ricongiungimenti familiari e criticità legate alla minore età. Relatore: Rodolfo Mesaroli
  • Garrido Toscano Diana Cristina, Argomento tesi: da definire.
  • Luna Alessio, Argomento tesi:   I legami geopolitici, geo economici e migratori tra Italia e Libia. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi.
  • Maccari Agnese, Argomento tesi:  Il Centro Salute Migranti Forzati per la tutela dei diritti e della salute delle donne rifugiate. Le mutilazioni genitali femminili: una questione di genere. Relatore: NicolaMaria Coppola
  • Mereni Ilaria, Argomento tesi:  Climate Change and Migration: Policy framework, gaps and needs. Relatore: Pierluigi Montalbano
  • Novi Lucia, Argomento tesi:  Migrazione e disabilità: ricerca di un nuovo paradigma sociale ed educativo. Relatore: Silvia Iorio
  • Merli Margot, Argomento tesi:  Nascosti in piena vista: adolescenti che migrano da soli. L’accoglienza dei MSNA sul territorio cremonese. Relatore :Antonello Ciervo
  • Velìz Castro Ricardo Josè, Argomento tesi: Analisi della protezione temporanea per migranti venezuelani in Colombia secondo i meccanismi di protezione latinoamericani. Relatrice: Alessandra Mignolli
  • Vicario Carlotta, Argomento tesi:  The Role of Money Transfer Operators in the Development of Sub-Saharan Africa. Relatore: Pierluigi Montalbano

AA 2019-20

  • Aljamal Fadia, Argomento tesi: The social and economic impacts of unilateral coercive measures on Syrian refugees in regional countries and internally displaced during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the Turkey’s threat to open borders to Syrian refugees towards Europe; Relatrice: Alessandra Mignolli.
  • Altomare Giulia, Argomento tesi: I cambiamenti climatici come push factor per la migrazione; Relatori: Marco Letta e Pierluigi Montalbano;
  • Alessandrini Riccardo, Argomento tesi: da definire. Relatore: Mario Pesce;
  • Atzeni Maria Francesca, Argomento tesi: L’inclusione dei romeni in Italia: un’indagine attraverso focus group, Relatore: Luca Di Sciullo;
  • Bartelucci Gloria, Argomento tesi: da definire. Relatrice: Donatella Strangio;
  • Bossi Martina, Argomento tesi: Global Compact for Migration. Relatore: Andrea De Giorgio;
  • Casagrande Flavia, Argomento tesi: Le mutilazioni genitali femminili come tratto identitario: il conflitto tra cultura e diritti nei paesi di accoglienza occidentali. Relatore: Gianni Ruocco;
  • Daci Enkelejda, Argomento tesi: Il ruolo della mediazione culturale in ambito socio sanitario, Relatrice: Maria Laura Russo;
  • Di Patrizio Francesca, Argomento tesi: Integrazione universitaria degli studenti stranieri. Relatrice: Cristina Giudici;
  • Fatigato Maria Chiara, Argomento tesi: da definire; Relatore: Giuseppe Ricotta;
  • Guidi Stefano, Argomento tesi: Cause strutturali dei fenomeni migratori. Relatrice: Nicoletta Dentico;
  • Gutierrez Munoz Eloi. Argomento tesi: L’aumento della pressione migratoria verso il nord nel contesto del cambiamento climatico nell’area del Sahel, Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi;
  • Lombardi Ida, Argomento tesi: Minori stranieri non accompagnati; Relatore: Maurizio Marceca;
  • Maccari Jennifer Andrea, Argomento tesi: da definire. Relatore: da definire;
  • Mancuso Francesca, Argomento tesi: Le strategie dell'UE in Sahel e Nord Africa e le loro conseguenze nei contesti di origine dei flussi migratori. ; Relatore: Alessia Melcangi;
  • Massimi Sara. Argomento tesi: Ordering Migration by Proxy: A Race to the Bottom in the Refugee Rights Discourse. Relatore: Mario Carta;
  • Nataloni Livia, Argomento tesi: Disugualianze sociali e di genere nella salute: donne migranti e specifiche vulnerabilità; Relatore: Maurizio Marceca;
  • Orlandi Giulia, Argomento tesi: Tunisia, paese di immigrazione ed emigrazione. Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi;
  • Risoli Maria Cristina, Argomento tesi: Decent Work e Migrazioni: applicazioni e prospettive per la promozione dello sviluppo rurale sostenibile in Africa Sub – Sahariana. Relatore: Pierluigi Montalbano.

AA 2018-19

  • Beleggia Lavinia, Titolo della tesi: La schiavitù sessuale delle donne dell’Est: i dati e gli aspetti qualitativi in possesso del Servizio Roxanne; Relatore: Mario Pesce;
  • Laura Cirino, Titolo della tesi: Mobilità umana, percezione sociale e derive xenofobe: la responsabilità dei media, Relatrice: Nicoletta Dentico;
  • Emanuele Cusimano, Titolo della tesi: Violenza e Migrazione; Relatore: Mario Pesce;
  • Martina Daniele, Titolo della tesi: The right of family reunification for third county nationals in Europe: a focus on Germany and Italy, Relatrice: Teresa Maria Moschetta;
  • Claudia Feuli, L'integrazione degli immigrati nel mercato del lavoro italiano: criticità e prospettive, Relatore: Pierluigi Montalbano;
  • Gherwash Tahani Ahmida A, Titolo della tesi: La crisi libica e i suoi effetti a livello sociale ed economico, Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi;
  • Ilardi Daniele, Titolo della tesi: Un’analisi dell’imprenditoria immigrata in Italia: confronti tra le realtà metropolitane, Relatrice: Emma Galli;
  • Ricchiuto Serena, Titolo della tesi: Un’analisi esplorativa dei modelli simbolici che organizzano la relazione con il “diverso” in ambito sanitario; Relatore: Maurizio Marceca;
  • MO.A Abu Sbeha Abu Baker, Titolo della tesi: Diritti Umani e rifugiati in Libia, Relatrice: Alessia Melcangi;
  • Davide Chiara, Titolo della tesi: Sofferenza sociale e violenza strutturale: il caso di Medu Psychè. Analisi critica del legame tra sofferenza psichica dei migranti e normativa italiana sulla salute e funzionamento dei Centri di salute mentale, Relatrice: Silvia Iorio;
  • De Ghantuz Cubbe Benedetta, Titolo della tesi: Il diritto all'istruzione e alla formazione per i minori stranieri non accompagnati in Italia: l'esperienza del Civiform, Relatrice; Nicoletta Dentico;
  • Lisandro Arianna, Titolo della tesi: Il contrasto della tratta a scopo sessuale dalla Nigeria a Roma: strumenti e leggi per affrontare un fenomeno globale, Relatrice: Francesca Colella;

AA 2017-18

  • Battafarano Claudia, Titolo della tesi: Ricerca sia quantitativa che qualitativa sulla propensione dei migranti al ritorno e/o sulla reintegrazione nel Paese di origine; Relatore: Daniele Frigeri (Cespi);
  • Di Maio Alberto, Titolo della tesi: Le iniziative di buona accoglienza e integrazione dei migranti in Italia – Modelli, strumenti e azioni, Relatore: Umberto Triulzi;
  • Iuliano Giulia, Titolo della tesi: I migranti e l’accesso al Centro d’Ascolto per Stranieri della Caritas di Roma, Relatrice: Elena Ambrosetti;
  • Vanzillotta Claudia, Titolo della tesi: Il sistema scolastico pubblico dedicato agli stranieri, Relatrice: Emanuela Claudia Del Re;
  • Zaddach Irene Maria; Titolo della tesi: Stili di vita e ruolo dei promotori di salute nella popolazione carceraria straniera in Italia; Relatori: Rossella Celmi (OIM) e Maurizio Marceca;
  • Ahmed Nosiba Hider Siddig, Titolo della Tesi: The Cultural integration of immigrants in Italy, Relatore:Umberto Triulzi;
  • Badella Mariangela, Titolo della tesi: I richiedenti asilo tra direttive europee e prassi L'accoglienza nel progetto Mare Nostrum a Modena, Relatore: Umberto Triulzi;
  • Beretta Lucia, Titolo della tesi: Protezione internazionale e tratta di esseri umani: quale accoglienza?, Relatore: Umberto Triulzi;
  • Novakovic Mirjana, Titolo della tesi: Il fenomeno dei richiedenti asilo: i rom serbi dopo la liberalizzazione dei visti “Schengen”, Relatore: Umberto Triulzi;
  • Rinaldi Sara, Titolo della tesi: Il sistema di riconoscimento e valorizzazione delle qualifiche e delle competenze dei migranti in Germania, Relatore: Umberto Triulzi;
  • Scarano Teresa, Titolo della tesi: La gestione emergenziale dell’accoglienza in italia, Relatore:Umberto Triulzi;
  • Tuzi Irene, Titolo della Tesi: Migrazioni nel Mediterraneo: quattro percorsi di donne a confronto, Relatore: Umberto Triulzi;







The Call for application for the Academic Year 2023/2024 has been published. 

The deadline for submitting admission applications has been extended from January 15, 2024, to January 31, 2024.



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