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After graduating in Law (2009), Marcella Ferri holds a Ph.D. in Science of International Cooperation (2013) from the University of Bergamo (Italy). During her Ph.D., she was Visiting Student at the United Nations in Geneva; she spent a second research period at the Interdisciplinary Institute of Ethics and Human Rights of the University of Fribourg (Switzerland).After her Ph.D., she was Research Fellow (2014-2015) and Postdoctoral Research Scholar (2015-2016) at the University of Bergamo. She collaborated as expert consultant to two research projects promoted by the Council of Europe (Project «Education et culture de la démocratie» : 2014-2016; Project «Education et diversité religieuse en Méditerranée occidentale»: 2014-2016) and worked as Project Assistant at the Directorate General of Democracy of the Council of Europe (October - December 2016).She is currently Postdoctoral research fellow in EU Law at the University of Florence (Italy).She was Adjunct Professor of Institutions of Comparative and European Law - module of European Law - at the University of Bergamo (a.a. 2016-17 and 2017-18). Since 2015, she has been Adjunct Professor of International Human Rights Law at the Graduate School of Economics and International Relations (ASERI) of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Milan), and since 2018 she has been Adjunct Professor of International Protection of Human Rights at the University of Bergamo.She was Visiting researcher at the Centre for International Law of the National University of Singapore (June 2018).Through calls for papers, she has been selected as speaker in many conferences in Italy (Ca' Foscari University in Venice; University of Padua; ACUNS 2018 Annual Meeting, Rome) and abroad (Saint Louis University, USA; University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain; ACUNS 2017 Annual Meeting, Republic of South Korea; National University of Singapore, Singapore; Universidad del Rosario, Bogotà). She has lectured in English (University of Murcia, Spain; Venice International University, Italy; ASERI, Italy; Universidad del Rosario, Bogotà) and French (University of Sétif 2, Algeria). She is member of the Italian Society of International Law (Società Italiana di Diritto Internazionale - SIDI), the European Society of International Law (ESIL), the Global Business and Human Rights Scholars Association (BR2R), and the Observatory of Diversity and Cultural Rights. She is affiliated to the Centre for Human rights (Cestudir) at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice.Her main research interests are the international protection of human rights, with a specific focus on cultural rights, freedom of religion, business and human rights, refugee and migration law.